Been digging around this morning. I read the 54 page report from the RCMP as well as some other stuff.
On June 30th Stefan and a man name Gerald Hart were able to locate the site. Hart was familiar with the area.
Here is a copy and paste of their findings:
They found a ring of debris, thought to have been made when the object lifted off. In addition, they found bits of Michalak's shirt and his tape
measure which he had left behind. When they returned to Winnipeg, they informed the RCAF of their findings.
On July 2, RCMP, RCAF and CAPRO investigators accompanied Michalak to the site, gathering samples and taking photographs. The RCMP analyses of the
samples showed significantly high radiation readings. On their recommendation, consideration was given to cordoning off the area due to a possible
This was noted in an Incident Report from an inspector with the RCMP Crime Laboratory in Ottawa, the result of tests on some samples sent by the RCMP
to the Department of National Health and Welfare. They found:
. . . a radiation value of .3 micro curies in the soil sample . . . the radiation is from a radium source and is a possible serious health hazard.
Samples taken from the site by Michalak and Hart were eventually tested by the Radiation Protection Division of the Canadian Department of National
Health and Welfare. They examined samples of "soil, burned shirt and steel tape for possible radioactive contamination." The initial gamma analysis
showed significant levels of "Ra 226 or its equivalent."
report that the copy and paste was taken from- pg 6:
This case is an odd one. It seems that the RCMP officer was hell bent on finding inconsistencies and choose alcohol consumption to be the main
The bartender whom gave the report also admitted that he may be wrong in the identification of Stefan. Due to it being a busy night in the hotel bar.
According to him Stefan had 3 beers the night before the incident, left the bar for a couple hours, returned to have another beer before bed. Even
though he denied drinking at the bar, the rcmp officer pushed the fact that mr michalak was indeed experiencing hallucinations the next day due to the
supposed 5 beers that may or may not of been drank the day previous.
Well, I know Canadians love to drink, but jeez, what would have been in those 5 beers to cause hallucinations? Antifreeze? Lol
edit on 21-5-2017 by Macenroe82 because: (no reason given)