Canada’s Harbour Mile UFO
As with many UFO sightings, there has been much debate over what the Harbour Mile UFO was and with authorities changing their story, it’s no wonder its a mystery.
The Harbour Mile UFO incident was reported on January 25, 2010 and was a sighting of multiple unidentified flying objects over the skies of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
There were at least three unidentified flying objects spotted by witnesses. They were claimed to have flown through the air a few minutes apart and they were silent, something that seems to be recurring with UFO sightings, suggesting that the object that shot through the sky didn’t have a chemical propulsion system.
A local witness did manage to capture a photograph of one of the UFOs, which showed that it actually resembled a missile, due to the fire coming out the back. According to witnesses, the UFOs appeared to come straight out the Atlantic Ocean.
The further the mystery of the Harbour Mile UFO incident, Royal Canadian Mounted Police released a statement after the incident, claiming that the reports were due to a missile launch, but that statement was later retracted and the Office of the Prime Minister stated that the UFOs weren’t missiles.
Some of the local residents were told by investigating police that the Harbour Mile UFOs were test missiles that were launched from nearby French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon.
Canadian authorities initiated an investigation in the following days into the Harbour Mile UFO incident. Though police that ‘something’ was in the skies that night, and retracting their statement of it being a missile, the flying objects are still unidentified to the public.
It’s unclear whether Canadian police have discovered the truth of the flying objects, but any discovery from their investigation has not been revealed, suggesting it was military related and they spoke to soon about missile or black projects.
The Department of National Defence gave investigating police some information, though it’s up to the police department whether or not they want to release that information publicly.
The following day on January 28, 2010, the Office of the Prime Minister stated there was no evidence of missiles fired at the time of the UFO sightings.
A spokesman for the Canadian Forces said they had not conducted any missile exercises nearby Harbour Mille, making this case an unsolved mystery and still unidentified flying objects.
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