On Saturday, November 2, 2002, at 1 a.m., eyewitness J.A. spotted five bright orangeish lights in a diagonal line formation travelling slowly north in London, Ontario:
The lights were brighter than the brightest stars that night but seemed slightly larger and more orange than white.
Normally, I would've assumed moving lights in the sky are from a plane. The thing is, lights on planes are never configured to the pattern I witnessed.
This line of lights was neither parallel nor perpendicular to the direction of travel. It was diagonal. The object was silent. The lights spanned too great a distance to be from any earthly plane.
If it was flying low, then it was moving really slowly. But if it was flying high, then it was going really fast and should have had to have been extremely large.
London, Ontario is located 132 miles (211 kilometers) southwest of Toronto.
Source: UFO Roundup Volume 7, #46