Quebec Family and QMI Agency Report UFO Phenomenon Near Montreal

A family from Quebec has been witnessing unusual lights in the horizon for three years and what makes this claim more interesting is that QMI Agency reportedly seen the phenomenon this January.

A QMI reporter claims seeing six lights flying above a wooded area in the Laurentians region, just an hour northeast of Montreal on January 9 at 6PM. The objects appeared in the sky and moved across the horizon one after another, about a minute apart. They were moving without sound from west to east. The reporter observed the mysterious objects in less than 45 minutes.

The incident that the QMI reported took place near the home of local businessman Benoit Meilleur who recalls witnessing the light show for the first time in 2011. He says that he was on his way home when he spotted a triangular object flying very slowly near his house. He initially thought it was an airplane, but it was flying very low that he could have hit it with a golf ball.

Meilleur recalls calling the Canadian Armed Forces. He says that CAF told him that they did not detect anything. He then contacted NORAD and Quebec provincial police but made little development. He says that they even asked him if he was feeling alright.

Samuel, Meillueur’s 18-year-old son, says the lights tend to show up between 6 PM to 8 PM every night.

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5 Comments

  1. wow i don't live far from here, but far enough not to see them. calling the QPP will only get him laughed at, like it says. wish i knew someone up there so i could go see these lights too!

  2. I live in montreal, west island, and on October at 10pm I saw a black ufo with 3 red lights on each end. It was flying low and without sound.

  3. If these people see these lights all the time, why has no one took video of them? It's been going on for years, and according to the 18 year old son, they come every night between 6 and 8 pm. Strange nobody has any video.

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