The Sorrento Crawler sighting is a extraterrestrial sighting that took place at 10:30 PM on May 18, 2000 in Sorrento, British Columbia, Canada.
The witness was walking his dog along Mackenzie Road when he noticed an orange/red glow just at the end of the road. He shone his flashlight at it and the object started to rise. The craft rose quickly at a sharp angle. When it was almost past the witness he shone the flashlight at it but it disappeared.
As the witness arrived home, his dog barked continuously and ran in circles. He looked around but did not see anything.
The object was described as spherical, only about 1.5 feet to 2 feet across, and about 1 foot to 1.5 feet high. The orange glow was a band around the middle extending to the outside edges of the sphere. The sphere appeared to have two black or dark half moons on the top and bottom. There were two connecting sections between the top and the bottom.
Two days later, the witness remembered that when he first shined the flashlight at the sphere, he saw a pair of green eyes, set fairly far apart. Then he remembered seeing a dark figure that appeared to be crawling away from the glowing sphere. It seemed to be on its knees and elbows and appeared to have difficulty moving, almost dragging as if dragging its feet. The head was above the arms but the witness did not have its light on it and did not see any features.
- It is unknown if the figure was injured or not.