Thursday, February 11, 2010

Light Beam Photographed From CN Tower, Toronto

by Dirk Vander Ploeg

Posted: 10:00 February 11, 2010

I received a very unusual email on February 5, 2010 from UFO Digest reader Grant. Usually I get submissions showing an object that the individual believes possibly could be a UFO (unidentified flying object).

Most of these photos and videos show airplanes, balloons, birds etc. and some do seem to contain an unknown object or objects.

Grant was in Toronto and was visiting one the cities major tourist attractions: the CN Tower. From there, he took a series of photos and was facing West.

Grant brackets his photos. He wrote, "I am frustrated with how slowly my digital camera takes pictures so I had it set on the setting that takes 3 shots very quickly and then I just pick the best one and delete the rest." I have a similar digital camera that can take three photos in a row, almost instantly.

Grant’s set of photos do not show any aircraft or object whatsoever!

To be fair the sky looks overcast and some vehicle or object could be hovering out of sight hidden by cloud layer. But this is speculation but is possible.

The first of the series of three photographs show a beam of light that seemingly originates out of thin air. The second photo appears to show that the shaft of light had expanded and was now touching the ground.

The actual beam lights up an area of western Toronto that I would definitely describe as industrial.

The third photo shows nothing unusual, nothing extraordinary: everything had returned to normal.

If you know what the genesis of this beam of light is or have additional information please contact me by email.

This report and the accompanying photos seem to suspend believe. It is almost as if one was watching an episode of "Fringe" which coincidentally is shot in Toronto. We will follow-up on this story.

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