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Originally posted by mark1167
I have recently discovered Canada's new UFO archive hidden within the Governments National Archive web site.
Link here. www.collectionscanada.gc.ca...
I came across a very interesting event that happened in 1962 at Alexis Creek. Located here.I had never heard of this event before today.
Here is the page that includes all the documents pertaining to the event between Nov 2/1962 and the final document dated Nov 15/1963. www.collectionscanada.gc.ca...
When you get to this page click on the record # on the right you wish to see.When it takes you to the next page you will see a heading that says"view image", click this then you can read the actual typed file from 1962.
The original documents can be difficult to read in some instances so I suggest using your computers magnifier to help you see them better, but when you do read them you will find what they say very interesting.
This event is very interesting because of the fact it was witnessed by RCMP members as well as others. Witnesses claim to have seen this long silver cylindrical object flying straight down from a considerable height then slowing and levelling off. Then proceeding to travel a considerable distance, level with the ground but shooting fire or flames..then quickly disappearing over a mountain range, which was followed by a large explosion.There is even a report of a large shock wave after the explosion.There are also exhaustive attempts to rule out all things it could have been. No planes in the area, no missles, no falling space debris etc.
I thought this past event might be interesting to UFO buffs who have never heard of this one.Also I thought some of you might find this web site interesting as well and want to poke around at the large database of UFO sightings in Canada over the last fifty years and see if you can find some new mysteries yourselves.
Its funny. Did you notice at all that their archives were begun in 1947? Maybe Roswell was not just Roswell.