It’s not out of this world, but a ball of light that was captured flying over Lake Winnipeg is still a unique event, according to those who study Manitoba’s skies. A video of the drifting object was captured on Jan. 11, about 15 kilometres from Jackhead, Man. Henry Traverse says his 16-year-old granddaughter Kieisha Traverse was out fishing on Lake Winnipeg around 3 p.m. when she noticed the ball of light in the sky and took out her phone to record it. “I didn’t know what to say or think,” Traverse said. “We rarely see those kinds of things in the daytime, but we have experienced those kinds of things in the night,” he said. “We have stories that date back — that old fishermen saw fast-moving objects disappearing into the water into the lake,” he said.
Date of sighting: January 11, 2019
Location of sighting: Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Here is a UFO caught a few days ago over Lake Winnipeg. The UFO is moving much too slowly to be a meteor from space and even too slow to be a jet. Oddly is seems to also have a fat head and yellow and orange back before the tail turns into a contrail. Of course someone tried to play it off as an illusion or trick of the sky. Its there, no tricks, its real. I also believe if the lake was fully investigated, someone will find a large round melted hole through which this UFO entered. This way it could enter an underwater base nearby.
Scott C. Waring