|Group /Category 4
Animal Effect Cases
St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada
April 26, 1967
Animal Reaction Feature:
The witness was watching a bright red silent object. She noticed that
a neighbor’s dog “sitting very quietly...looking up into the sky.
We were both very still and the object came lower.” Then
a beam of light shot down from the object engulfing the dog. The witness was
at the edge of the beam, which came and went in “a flash.”
Joan Woodward, Animal Reaction Specialist:
Mary Ellen Roberts was returning home at 8:30 p.m., when she noticed a silent
flashing red light. Thinking it a helicopter, she listened for sound
but heard none. The red light was intensely bright and she could not
make out a shape.
As described above, she noticed the dog and then the beam of light flashed
out and was gone. The object began to flash green, and then turned whitish-yellow.
She continued watching the object as it moved on. It hovered, banked
swiftly or drifted along slowly. The light changed from flashing red, to solid
red to green to yellowish but in no particular order. Duration of the
sighting was about 30 minutes.
No sound, EM effects, or physiological effects were reported.
The U.F.O. Investigator (NICAP), Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 3.