A Canadian witness at Metaghan reported watching a series of cigar or “dumbbell-shaped objects showing no emissions, according to testimony in Case 83637 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness was driving towards Yarmouth from Church Point at 8:20 p.m. on May 10, 2017, when she spotted a dumbbell or cigar-shaped object hovering in the southern sky.
“At first I thought it could be a plane as the sun was setting, and it would make sense that it could reflect that strongly,” the witness stated. “But then I noticed there was no emission...zero...coming from the craft. I called my husband and told him what I was seeing when a second object appeared out of nowhere.”
As the witness turned a corner on the highway, the objects disappeared from view.
“I was bummed. Then five minutes later they reappeared in the same general direction. A few minutes later one disappeared, then both. Then about three minutes later, another appeared – this time towards the western sky. It floated slowly across the horizon and then disappeared.”
The witness noted a difference between these objects and jets.
“The object was significantly larger than a standard jetliner I would normally see in Nova Scotia skies. Nova Scotia is one of the busiest flight paths from international flights reaching US/Canada destinations. The outline of the object was fuzzy and the object(s) themselves were glaringly bright. The shape of the object was cigar-shaped, but with indents in from each respective edge similar to a dumbbell. I felt excited when I saw the objects (enough to call my husband and tell him what I saw!). I said out loud, ‘Hey! I see you! I wonder where you're from?’ I lost sight of the object(s) when I took my eye off of it (them) as I continued my drive to town.”
Canadian MUFON Field Investigator Paul Bedard investigated this case and closed it as an Unknown Other.