Ontario Regional Police responded to a call in remote Mattawa Bay from a distraught parent who insisted that they send an officer up to speak to her son. When officers arrived the boy, Bobby, 13 of Toronto, Ontario described a rather unbelievable story to Travis Steel lead investigator on the call.
"I was playing over near the big turbine back over there" he pointed. "I was just throwing pebbles at some turtle on the beach, not trying to hurt it or nothing, just playing with it you know, when I saw a huge silver ball come right up out of the lake". The boy's mother, Mary, did not witness the event but stated she did hear "a strange swooshing sound coming from the area where her son had been playing". She described it further to the Corran Journal. "It sounded like you know when water shoots up in one of those fountains and comes crashing down all at once, that but a lot louder. I was afraid for my son's safety so I ran up there and he told me what he saw. Of course I grabbed my phone and called the cops right away".
The incident is not the first one reported to police in the area this year. Several reports of "large silver balls" and "giant black triangles" have been viewed hovering or flying near the northern shore of the peninsula out above the lake. "We really do not have any explanation for the sightings at this time" stated a representative of the Ontario Regional Police. "All officers can do is take the reports and hope that a logical explanation presents itself soon" they concluded.
Mattawa Bay is home to the Silversmith estate, Mr. Silversmith is a councillor for the Town of Manitou and owner of the Corran Journal. "I have not witnessed any strange events near my home, I kind of wish I would though. We could really use some concrete video evidence to bring more tourism dollars to our region" he said when asked about the incidents.
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