November 23, 1996, 5:30 PM
On Saturday, November 23, 1996, about an hour after dark at 5:30 PM, Gordon T. looked out the window of his third-floor apartment in Sudbury, Ontario and "saw a ball of light about the size of a dime held at arm's length. It drifted across the horizon t eye level." (Gordon's apartment is 50 feet above ground). The UFO "drifted like a balloon across the horizon," he added, "It seemed to stop once or twice but may have been moving away from me. It lasted for about ten minutes and moved from north to south," heading for Georgian Bay and Lake Huron. A second Sudbry man also saw the object and notified MUFON Ontario. Sudbury is the premier nickel-mining city of Canada and is located 258 miles (373 kilometers) north of Toronto.