UFO Confession By Pilot To Air Traffic Control Over Toronto Heard By Civilian

Posted by on May 24th, 2011

It’s a lonely Ontario night. You’re on the highway driving back home, listening to the radio station you always find yourself glued to: Air band radio, the communication frequency used by air traffic control and the pilots they guide in and out of Toronto’s International Airport.

Just then, over the airwaves crackles a tone of voice not often heard. Unease, curiosity, maybe even a hint of panic? It’s a pilot, he’s talking to air traffic control, but you can only hear one side of the conversation. As Highway 400 disappears under your tires, you pump your breaks, hoping you don’t lose the signal before you’ve heard more of what the pilot has to say:

Pilot: “I am a hunter and I can tell you they looked like group of ducks – but ducks flying at 25.1?” (25,100 feet AGL)

“It was pretty fast, whatever it was!”

“I know this will sound weird, but I’ve seen jets flying out of Cold Lake (Alberta) and it didn’t look like that.”


That’s all.

Before you turn the key on your apartment, you look into the sky and think about what the pilot saw. It had to still be out there. Wherever “out there” was.

[UFO Casebook]

3 Responses to “UFO Confession By Pilot To Air Traffic Control Over Toronto Heard By Civilian”

  1. Barry Tikkanen Says:

    I’d be inclined to think that they were geese or swans at that altitude. Not exactly sure what “pretty fast” is in mph or kph, but many ducks, swans and geese have (according to several easily searchable articles) an average cruising speed in the 40 to 45 mph range, with top speeds in excess of 60 mph. http://www.stanford.edu/group/stanfordbirds/text/essays/How_Fast.html

  2. Shawn S. Says:

    Not all that interesting. Looking out the window at an unidentified object or objects that happen to also be flying simply means you don’t know what it is you are looking at. “I don’t know” doesn’t mean “alien spacecraft.” The pilot can’t tell how fast the objects were moving. At that height there are no reference points for speed. Clouds? They’re huge, or small. You can’t tell. He is also sitting in a plane moving rather fast. If the objects are moving a certain direction from far away they may appear to be moving faster than seems possible for whatever it was he though he was looking at (geese?). Why not a formation of military aircraft? All it takes is some anomaly in the way they are flying and they will not look like “jets flying out of Cold Lake.”

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