Men in Black Niagara Falls Ontario Incident (2009)

In 2009, a remarkable incident unfolded at the Sheraton Hotel located at 6753 Fallsview Blvd, Niagara Falls, Ontario, which later became a Marriott. This event involved the alleged sighting of two mysterious individuals, often referred to as “Men in Black” (MIB), captured on the hotel’s surveillance video. The Ariel Phenomenon Investigations Team (API), a UFO research group from the Washington, D.C. area, conducted an investigation into this occurrence.

API distinguishes itself from other UFO organizations by its use of advanced technologies and analytics in its investigations, including weather data, astronomical observations, photo forensics, and radar data. They are trained in using various trace evidence detection equipment and focus on conducting thorough and credible research.

The incident traces back to October 14, 2008, when the hotel’s general manager and a security employee observed a triangular UFO. This craft, described as being around 240 feet in length, adorned with three white lights on each side and a central pulsing red light, silently glided above the hotel. The UFO, observed for approximately ten minutes, flew from the Horseshoe Falls towards the hotel at an altitude of about 500 feet. It emitted a bright beam of light towards the water, which subsequently shifted directly at the witnesses, causing them considerable alarm.

About a week following this sighting, the hotel manager experienced another encounter with a similar UFO, this time at a higher altitude, while in the hotel parking lot.

The surveillance footage from May 15, 2009, reveals two identical individuals entering the hotel. Described as having an extremely odd appearance, they were of the same height, dressed in identical black suits, trench coats, and old-fashioned fedora hats. Their skin was notably pale, and their faces remarkably similar, as if they were twins. They inquired about the general manager, who was not present at the time. Despite this, they proceeded to wander around the hotel, prompting unease among the staff.

Employees described these men as intimidating, noting their lack of eyebrows, eyelashes, and their wig-like hair that seemed attached to their hats. Most unsettling were their large, blue eyes, which almost had a hypnotic effect. A staff member, deeply affected by the encounter, reported feeling as if these men could read her thoughts. She was particularly disturbed by their lack of blinking.

These descriptions, coupled with their peculiar behavior and the context of the previous UFO sighting, added a layer of mystery and intrigue to the entire episode, leaving more questions than answers about their identity and purpose at the hotel.

The description of the individuals from this incident – identical in appearance, with pale skin, no eyebrows or eyelashes, wig-like hair, and large, hypnotic blue eyes – aligns with some portrayals of alien beings known as the “Nordics” or “Pleiadians” in UFO accounts. These entities are often depicted as humanoid, very tall, with light-colored skin and hair, and striking eye colors. Their appearance is typically described as eerily perfect or beautiful, yet somewhat unnatural.

The 2009 Sheraton Hotel incident in Niagara Falls, marked by the appearance of two strange looking individuals and a preceding UFO sighting, remains shrouded in mystery. The true nature and intent of these occurrences are yet to be fully understood. For more detailed insights into this and related Men in Black topics, explore further at Men in Black Phenomenon.