UFO spotted above North Shore mountains, claims Vancouver photographer
On Saturday morning around 10 a.m., Vancouver resident and amateur photographer Anthony Ellis snapped a photo of the North Shore Mountain. It wasn’t until he got home and viewed the digital photo on his computer that he saw the speck hovering over the mountain.
“I was quite surprised,” said Ellis, who believes the object is a UFO.
Ellis says he didn’t alter the photograph in any way, and the black speck does not appear on other photos taken the same day.
According to the 2012 annual Canadian UFO survey, 1981 Canadians reported sightings, a jump of nearly 100 per cent over previous years. Of those, only 7.5 per cent were evaluated as unexplained. Ontario residents log the most UFO sightings annually, with B.C. ranking second with 20 per cent of the sightings.
Reported UFO sightings generally peak in spring and summer months, with one possible explanation: it’s silly season again.
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