- Rob Freeman and Marcus McNabb captured the ball of light in British Columbia
- They ‘thought it was an airplane’ but realised it made no sound while moving
- Canada is one of 11 countries in which they have hunted aliens since 2014
An eerie orb of ‘yellowish white’ was filmed by UFO hunters as it passed through the night sky.
Rob Freeman and Marcus McNabb captured a ‘ball of light’ travelling over Stawamus Chief in Squamish, British Columbia, before it disappeared from sight.
Mr Freeman said the orb’s green appearance on film was due to it being shot through night vision.
Stawamus Chief in Squamish, Canada, was the scene of the UFO hunters’ sighting
The orb passes over a mountain at night in British Columbia
The UFO enthusiast told the Daily Star he captured it flying over the ‘sacred mountain’ at 10.59pm.
‘At first we thought it was an airplane. There was absolutely no sound… then we absolutely knew it was no airplane.’
The orb was captured through a night vision camera and more than 43,000 people have watched the video since it was posted in July
‘The trees behind the orb were all lit up. That means it was in front of the trees.’
A keen YouTuber, he posted the video online on July 23.
Since then more than 43,000 people have watched the orb fly over the Canadian mountain.
The pair have taken their hunt for UFOs to 11 countries and 30 cities in the last three years.