On Saturday, September 7, 2002, a couple in Rodney, Ontario, Canada (population 1,087) spotted three UFOs while outdoors. The female witness reported: "Last night my boyfriend and I went outside to see if we could determine if there was a group of satellites which flew by the previous night, Friday, September 6, 2002".
Again we saw three objects moving across the sky from a northerly to a southeasterly direction, but this time they passed by at 10:08 p.m. instead of 10:50 p.m. Would this rule out satellites?
They appeared to be flying above airplane altitude and following a similar path as some satellites. The objects were flying in a triangular formation. It was like three stars just coming out of nowhere and then just fading out after three or four minutes. They just appear, move and then disappear.
Both incidents we were facing east and tracked them from a 10 o'clock position to a 2 o'clock position before they faded. Their image would be the same as viewing the stars in the sky, or the size of a pinhead, due to the altitude at which they were flying. Colour would be a steady, non-blinking white light.
Rodney, Ontario is on Highway 19, just north of Lake Erie, located about forty miles southwest of London in southern Ontario.
Source: UFO Roundup & HBCCUFO