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A bright, mysterious object spotted last week in the sky northwest of Lake Winnipeg was likely a partial sun dog, says a Winnipeg UFO expert and author.

The 19-second video clip of the strange light in the sky was taken sometime Friday afternoon, said Henry Traverse, who lives on Kinonjeoshtegon First Nation, 230 kilometres north of Winnipeg.

Traverse said his son, Phil Traverse, and granddaughter, Kiasha, shot the video and sent it to him while they were out fishing on the lake.

"I don’t know if it was a meteor shower, or a meteorite falling, I don’t know," Henry Traverse told the Free Press on Saturday.

The atmospheric phenomenon statement is a patently ridiculous explanation. That is not a sun dog. A meteorite is far more plausible. Occam's Razor is always applicable. This so-called "UFO expert" (an oxymoron if there ever was one) had better look for another career.  Ufology is truly in a sorry state.  To read more, click here.



Category: Weird Desk