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originally posted by: sparrowstail
Sparrowstail, good call mate -don't know if you've seen it but Grant Cameron goes into more detail below about the specific heritage of those documents - see 0:12:06
Had never heard about the Chronicle Herald reporter being taken off the case before and I suppose it's relevant that the replacement astronomer couldn't shoehorn in a debunk as the case still remains officially unexplained.
Jkrog made a great thread on the incident containing witness reports and official documents which also mentions the 'glowing orange foam' and it really is an interesting physical trace aspect - in the vid below the fishermen also state that it smelled of sulphur.
After about five minutes, the object started to sink beneath the icy North Atlantic waves. A few of the eyewitnesses reported hearing a "whooshing" noise. While the RCMP had already been in communication with the Canadian Cost Guard and Cutter 101 was on the way, two of the RCMP officers and a few local fisherman hurriedly launched their boats to speed to the rescue of any survivors.As the small boats, and Cutter 101 reached the location, the lights were no longer visible but they found themselves sailing through a thick yellow foam, that indicated that something had submerged. The fisherman report that the foam was not sea foam, and looked like nothing they had ever seen. In fact most were unnerved by the fact that they had to sail through it to look for survivors.
UFO Crash Event: Shag Harbor, 1967
thanks. I'm actually reading his book now. UFO's Area 51 and gorvernment informants. It goes into some detail about his early years seeing ufo's and hearing about the Project. Very interesting stuff.