Have you seen something strange in the night sky around Chatham-Kent.
It seems some people have recently and not so recently.
I received a text last Saturday from a former co-worker, Pete Zubyk, about a strange orange light in the sky over Lake Erie while at Erieau the night before around 10:30-11 p.m.
He described how the light became larger as it approached from the west. He said it stopped then took off upwards. He said the light appeared again about 30 seconds later far way from where it was last seen.
Knowing Pete doesn't drink, I figured he really saw something, so I posted a request on the Chatham Daily News Facebook page to see if anyone else had seen this light.
Turns out three people had seen a similar light last Thursday night.
I also received an e-mail from a local resident, who wished to remain anonymous, stating he and his fiance had seen a strange orange light flying over Chatham on Friday, June 27 between 10-10:30 p.m.
“It was wild....we watched it for upwards of 30 seconds ... a brilliant
orange light tracing across the sky, but not as fast as a shooting
star ... just a steady tempo,” said the e-mail.
“We thought it might be a meteor....but there was not trail.”
He added, “the orange did seem more 'natural' than mechanical ... it did not have any FAA required strobe lights – just an almost soothing orange glow.” . . .
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