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SITREP - UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT
This is a couple of reports and newspaper clippings combined in one document.
Document date: 1967-10-06
Department: CAF Operations
Author: Col. W.W. Turner
Document type: Report
FOIA: SITREP - UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT - Shag Harbor
Originally posted by Cassius666
No pictures of the crashed craft I assume.
Originally posted by FireMoon
There is a photo of the Shag Harbour object(s), I am pretty sure one of the documentaries shows the image , although, I can find no trace of it online at the moment.
Shag Harbour has a paper trail a mile wide, from various government and military agencies, as well as film of the actual retrieval operation which was shown right across the country on the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) evening news. After the event, and after the government's claims that nothing of any import occurred, it faded away completely. Faded, only to be resuscitated 26 years later by the indefatigable Christopher Styles, a researcher from Halifax and MUFON's Assistant Director for Nova Scotia. Chris' work on this case is nothing short of phenomenal, and all the more exemplary considering this was his first formal investigation.
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: PlanetXisHERE
Yes Shag Harbour!
Good call. This actually is a well documented case that has been out there for years. I think it may have even been in the Project Bluebook files. Although this was at a time when it was purposely being wound down to justify closure of the Project.
Coast to Coast covered it a week or so ago.
Something went into the water and it certainly provoked an investigation. But this is like many of those cases I know about but don't "know a lot about".
Do you feel this thread covers the case to date or is it time to attempt a reboot thread?