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The object on the ground also turned from red to grey and finally to the color of "hot stainless steel" surrounded by a golden-hued glow. He had been wearing welding goggles while chipping at the quartz to protect his eyes from flying rock fragments, and now they served the additional purpose of protecting his eyes from a brilliant purple light that was shining through openings in the object's exterior. The object was making a hissing sound and a whirring noise, and it gave off a sulphurous smell.
Summoning his nerve, Michalak approached the open door and stuck his head inside. There he saw a maze of lights on what appeared to be a panel, and beams of light in horizontal and diagonal patterns. There was also a cluster of lights flashing in a random sequence "like on a computer." Not seeing anyone, he pulled back and waited.
Suddenly, three panels slid together, closing the opening completely. Michalak then examined the outer surface of the object, noting that it was like highly polished colored glass with no breaks or seams in its surface. He touched it, and it melted his glove.
The spot where the object had landed looked as if it had been swept clean, but piled up in a 15 foot circle was a collection of pine needles, dirt and leaves. As he looked around, he developed a severe headache, became nauseous, and broke out in a cold sweat.
His nausea became worse, and he soon vomited. He decided to head back to the motel, and on the way back he had to stop several times because of vomiting.Finally, after asking for help from a passing RCMP officer and being refused, he reached the motel. At 4:00 p.m., he entered the coffee shop and asked where he could find a doctor. He was told that the nearest doctor was in Kenora, Ontario, 45 miles east of Falcon Lake.
Michalak decided to return to Winnipeg rather than go into Ontario. The next bus to Winnipeg didn't come through until around 8:45 p.m., so he went to his room and called his wife. He told her not to worry, but that he had had an accident and to send their son to meet him at the bus terminal.
He got to Winnipeg at around 10:15 p.m., and his son immediately took him to the Misericordia Hospital, where his headache and nausea were treated and the curious burn marks on his chest in the shape of a grid were noted.
Tavernes, France, 1974. A classic French UFO picture. Photographed by a French medical doctor that remained anonymous on March 23, 1974 in Tavernes in the department in Var, during a major UFO flap over France
Originally posted by GUNSINWAR
Very interesting ufo encounter by Stefan Michalak:
50. 54 references : Steven Michalak encounter (1950)
Steven Michalak claims to see, and be injured by, a UFO near Falcon Lake, Canada on 20 May 1950.
This was Project Blue Book Case Number 11768.
This incident featured in a document (“the Rockefeller Briefing Document”) endorsed by Dr Mark Rodeghier (President of CUFOS), Richard Hall (Chairman of FUFOR) and Walter Andrus (President of MUFON) as containing “the best available evidence for the existence of UFOs”.
This incident is discussed on the ATS.com forums in Thread 138361.
(For references to relevant discussions in various UFO books see Koi Chronology 1967.0520)
If Mr. A's reported experience were physically real, it would show the existence of alien flying vehicles in our environment. Attempts to establish the reality of the event revealed many inconsistencies and incongruities in the case, a number of which are described in this report. Developments subsequent to the field investigation have not altered the initial conclusion that this case does not offer probative information regarding inconventional craft.
Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
reply to post by coastlinekid
Wait, are you telling me that something mundane and explainable is being misconstrued by ignorant believers in the absurd, as proof of their dreams, desires and wishes?
Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
As to this case, unfortunately, it suffers from the same thing that other "well documented cases with trace evidence" suffers from. Nothing else needs to be said, and there is nothing here that can be followed up on and investigated. This case is hereby relegated to the realm of entertainment for those that are interested in the [often ridiculed] hobby of Ufology.
Originally posted by IronMan
Just a note, same pattern on his chest as the guy in Scotland that
had a 'probe' approach him and touch him with it's many
rods that protuded from it. I think it was in the 70's.
Dr. Gordon Adams would examine Taylor for his injuries. He found two scrapped places on Taylor, one on his left leg, and the other under his chin. Taylor had no apparent head injuries, and his body temperature, blood pressure, and other body signs were all within normal limits. Dr. Adams insisted on Taylor getting a head X-ray to rule out a concussion, and talk to a counselor, but Taylor put off the hospital visit until later.