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  1. 1. -a__. .— r; r- _-_, ._*. ._. VA____‘ . . . ‘ ’ ' “M ‘. 'zovAL CANADMNI MOUNTED roucs . canommsme 'novAL_E, ou cmaoa " cup *3’ g use ' - ' ' / , ‘ GYM! ’ "ll INC‘ N(l‘r ' . ' ‘CM’ Nil IHIIINCIS: -_ g . . In Amru counter ‘to. oossnls om . . - ‘up '. P. C.R. First Hare . 719-7778-3 Everett Bernard HI-JRRSHAN (DB: 3 December, 1951). Unidentified Flying Object - Sighting By Kelowna, B. C. 28 May 197!» . (KBIDWNA DBTACHHENT CASE) ORG. 28 Hay 1971. ' ~ ~ . ' 1. At approgrimately 3:15 a. m., of ‘the above date, HERRSMAN contacted the Kelow'na Detachment advising he had seen an Unidentified 'Fly-ing Object at about 1:00 a. m. He stated he had first contacted the airport to ascertain if any aircraft were in the air and- also C. K.0.V. radio station. ‘ ' ' . 1 2. I Attendance was made at H. ER. RSHAN's ‘residence at this time, by the writer and a statement was taken from same and a‘ copy attached hereto. The , subject did not sppenr'to be under‘ t_he7_i_fuence -of alcohol or ‘drug. ‘Th 4:2.. . —. "' '; i;"‘ "'1 ‘_"_“' ‘ _- Further conversation with MERRSHAN revealed that the objects appeared to be_ hovering over the , City and looked 20 - 40 ft. in diameter. They were a creamy white in color and gave off a very strong light. The objects hovered for approximately 30 seconds and then appeared to vanish. . There were no other witnesses to this occurrence ‘and no I other complaints received by this Detachment. . - V I . e._. ,.. 3. Checks were made with the Kelowna A1 rt ‘and they advised that no aircraft were in'the air at 1:00 am. to their owledge. They stated ’thst~the-lest‘ one in was approximately 12:00 midnight. HERRSHAN has no criminal record and has had no'pr-evioua sightings of this nature. The weather conditions at the timewere clear. ' ' . n ' ‘I 4. A The National Research Council Meteor Centre. Ottawa, was advised of this s_i. ghting- via our telex Kel 1173/55. 5. At the time of the interview with HI-IRRSHAN he appeared very sincere about this_occurrence. It is felt by the writer that : this individual could be considered reliable but that the possibility of something ‘else making the . images he saw'ia likely. , ' ' , concwmzn HERE: , - ‘ , - (R. _ . _'Fredericlc) #3026/o, Duty’. . . .4. . ,.4.—-_—_ —. _~ :4.-_——. /.; ——. .—. __: - — _ 3.. ..-. _ _. .,—_. _-. . , __, ,A % - Kelownn Detachment. , or 0. i c Detachment. I ‘-, . » b . - v' ‘ :3.“ _ DISTRIBUTION‘. .. Upper Atmos hers Research Sec. Astroph- , . ysics Branc , National Research Council ‘.0 Ottawa Ont. .'KlA oar . “L ' _""“ No, copie's elsewhere 73h-1|-029-4517 —_r. - _— , —-~—__. . -_ National Research Councu ca-M ' . . aconsfiu nauonaj dc relchflicgis du Cfiaan/ ada . R6 77: V0]. 30’ ‘H J‘ " . ’-
  2. 2. .y ‘_ ' . .' I a ROYAL ‘CANADIAN MOUNTED PCLICE - GENDARMERIE ROYALE DU CANADA M ' ' ' cm .4" K . “°"' > . uv. mu U I000 "10! N1 IIHIINCIS: ' IICIAV Ill! HIIINNCISV _ III. A| lI'll| IXXSIIIIA Ill XSSIIII DIG 13.c. x. um Here , 14-1113-3 , Bverutt, Barnard (DB: 3 December 1951) Oniidantifimi‘ Flying Object - Sighting By ' 4 Mlowna, 3. C. ' 23 {my 1974 ‘ ' o ' . (mmwu naucmamr gun) om. ' . A 23 us; 1914 1. At approximately 3:15 a. m., of the ahovn «into. FERRSHAN coatnctod the [clowns Detachment advising he had can an Unidentified flying Object , at about 1:00 nun. ‘He stated he had first contictod§thg_airport to uncertain if any aircraft were in. the air zuid also ¢'. I.0.V. radio station" -‘ ' - 2. , Attandancxn was mad: at HKSLR8HA. N'o rcaidcnch at thin tixné, by tho " writer and a ntxte: -sent was taken from name and a copy attached herato. ‘flu subject did not types: to be: under the influence of alcohol or drug. T -'7‘ i: ': :: ’ r . .,. ., . —,‘. .'. '-. " , ; ; further conversation with . .. ' XKRBSHAN-ruvulod that the objects appeared to he hovering over the city ' 1, and looked 20 - 40 it. in dim-star‘: Thay were‘ : crahnw uhite incolor and gave of! ‘ lvé :1 Yo! ) strong light. The ohjectnghovnred for approximately 30 uconds Indthen “J appeared to vanish. '_there were no other witnesses to thix occurrence and no ' ‘other oomplainta received? ) this Detachment. ' I 3'. Chocks were nuxdn with tho amowu Airport and they. advined was no . _ . - " aircraft were in. the air at 1:00 am. to_their bzovhsdyt. ‘they utattd that the but one in was approximately 12100}-uidnight. HKERSHAN hm! no criminal ‘record and has had no previous aightings 0,! this nnturc. The ' . weather conditions at the ting: were clear. . 4.‘ The Natioonl Ranmnrc}: council Hoteor centre. ‘0ttm{n, van advised of this aightizpg via our gain: tax u13I$_s. , r_ '5. ' At the time of the interview with mmsum he appeared very sincere about this occurrence. It is felt by the vritor that this individual could in considered rciinhie but tlu: t_the possibility of aoxgething else making the images ho out is likely. - '(X>NCl. UDKD inmz: , g ' . - u ‘ ' (mg. Iradcrick) 430254. (: at. . ’- ' éxflc, /" / ' _‘ lnlovna batachmzut. ' _ for) 0. ifi: DatAchrI: nt. I - ' ‘uh DI_S'l‘RIBU'1‘ION: Upper Aitmoeghore Research Soc. Astroph- . ... -.'_, p y:31ca‘Branc National neoeznfch Council A ‘ Ottawa Ont. xn 0R1 . H” m 01:; 11:‘ " . No copies 'e13where xvmo téscouoz 51-90 v Natiolnajv Research Council ‘of Canaddl , 7 Consell national de recherche: du canaua RC ""V°" 3°’
  3. 3. a-‘ . ... .-, -‘= ._, .. _~_. ¢_. ,« _i-_ A , ,_q, . . ‘‘. a‘: , hr: -, . _, ' . ' ' I novAL CANADIAN Moumm Poucs __ osmcnmem occunmaucs merom- . N.()7TAE_: 'LAz_ny be Iypod ow Iumuwnnan. " In, IA(uui7Ti : ‘‘'7'' ii‘ W’ " ‘A 1K}_‘'‘' _ 921.7” Jalairmora, . ' ' _ . _1pL3o ig9>—mr. -74‘ riiuf "‘ ' Vern DRCOU'X Aouul ll 41:91 rm'°Lu__. A¥b me. Lot Av you OK ocrumn ncl Reeifieno 6. DIIAILIYAIIMIIVI ‘ lutuv-Iuuiu-ovnmll ronAcvudN .914: 1_’5'1‘5'R3._ . , vvI'l. Q! 0: III! !! I. 7,, ,_ , 1 u. z+. o. , - 1 0 The following is_submitted in sccordsnoe with C0-NRC. A telex was not forwarded in View of the time'1spse from the sighting to the report being received by this office. 0. was still not reporting this, howeter, he thought we would be interested in viewing the pictures. He is also a correspondent for the _Lethbridge Herald Newspaper and no doubt, there will be an article in the paper in the near future. Mr. ‘DECOUx is well known to members’st this point and islconsidered s relieble stable person. We have had no other reports of this sighting}. (a) 14-MAY-'-74 -.8:3o - 8:115 AM M. n.r. (b) Cleer . . A " Vern DECUJX. 'B1airmore, Alberta (d) In residence. Photographs (2) taken through east window ‘ of residence ' ' V (6) ‘None (1) "Round silver object just behind and above Turtle Mountain. Went up and down and laterally from north to south and then straight east. Movement quite rapid. s (3) Approximately one minute ' —z— »___s. —_ , _m. it (11) Two photos taken. .Sub; ]eot professional photographer-. - CONCLUDKD HERE I pox Upper Atmosphere Research Section, Astrophysics Branch, _National Research Council, OTTAWA Ontario. mm one ’ (W. N. PETERS) Cpl. ’ 30-MAY-74 ) 3315. INVI. lVI<‘. AYOH I IIGNAYUIIC DAM m_¢_o | /cu so N01 scone n. .., ... ,.: ‘ ASSISTRNCE CASES - c Lassa can ION at human unm. .m1-. .1 ‘ —L£DG$R ENYRV ONLY. Cvlll :1/II» YIID-; |rDJI~4lI| l National Research Council ol Canadel c°"~"°u Mum“ dc f¢Ch€rches du Canada is 77, vol. 307 ~ .
  4. 4. Upper Atmospheric Research Section Astroph sics Branch Research Council Nations :9" DiVi5i°“ Whitbourne, Nfld. - 2 July 197h 6 r AWE Ottawa, Ontario . . KTA 9R8 . (8) '(b) (c) - (<1) _ (e) (f) (g) (h) Nlflonelkeunwdicouncu canad. comeu nations] do re'cii3i-cgis du cufaea 11:00 p. m.; 16 May 1975. Clear night. Mary OSDOURNE, Blaketown, Newfoundland. Tn her home in B1aketown, 'Newfound1and. Effie & Stella OSBOURNE, Blaketown, Newfoundland. Bright orange ball of fire, with reddish orange smoke trailing behind. Size about 10" - 12“ in diameter. - Approximately 2-; _3 minutes. “ 2 Tnvestigation was carried out by Whitbourne R. C.M. P. Detachment. Witnesses were contacted persons. A patrol was made by car and on foot of the area where the sightin apparently seemed. to disintegrate. No traces o t e flying object were found. One possibility was that the Local Youth Militia were in the area and were apparently using ‘Dummy Bombs‘ that are bright orange in colour and give off reddish smoke when ignited. : No ’ ‘further information could be obtained to explain this item. The investi ation by this Detac ment is therefore being conc uded. Object sited over Dildo Pond, Blaketowm, Newfoundland. wugc. L. B. c LLAR, #192353 I/ C Whitbourne Detachment: , RG 77. v'o1.'3o7 _ -‘vsn~by“all_thcsei; V~ I
  5. 5. vv ‘ CLB225 wznoss Hmu PP nccwc I I on ncppu 15‘28/13222 zua uuuuu ' 9 R 2112302 MAY 7n rm cre ops orrAwA TO Rccwc/ Noun OTTAWA INFO ran/ NAr1oNAL RESEARCH COUNCIL roe RADIO-AND : L:crn1cAL ENGINEERING DIVISION aw ‘ ‘ ' UNCLAS. BOPS so roe Nnoc A A. evoauoi - B. 14000 FT enoxan c. MR AL snxrx p. PAKENHAM . ‘ B. an AL snxrus MOTHER V 3 . r. REPORT uro IN THE ALHONTEAREA. A LARGE oeascr WITH CLEAR wuxrs ticuré LIKE LANDING LIGNTS'IN recur AND 3 cnzsn xicurs IN ‘REAR. SAW IT TWICE‘. 'HEARD A CRACKLING SOUND. I - c. unknown , . H. INCIDENT REPORTED TO THE AREA opp RADAR uAn no PAINTS IN_TNE AREA. MR. snrrns PHONE NUMBER 1s_aes~1as5 ‘ er’ ' ' National Research Cou - ‘I f c (1 ~ Conseii national de rech‘: :'cr(: es datliacaan/ ada RC 77' VOL 307
  6. 6. 0 | , _ 'oe. »M. aunoo3n uvmf '- h ‘V ~ _ ' - ; . l 2:~. h I I ' I I . ' W 13.8225 tqiorfiwzfl uu ‘ _ , . V - ' II N E ‘I’ I C I' : ' _ PP nccnc ‘ nE'Rccru 15 22/1322: z1:R’lIuuuu " 15 R'2‘_l!2302 MY 14 ' . T . A . ' an on ops 0TTAL'A_ / . , ' 1:” I 3 “ ' _. .. __, _,__. .d . . . ‘I0 Rccwc/ Imtfc o'rrAI-1A . mro Z121/NATIONAL m: szARcR couwcn. ron RAnxo AND ELECTRICAL Rncmztnmr n1v_1s'1oR ' er , V" I uucuis ears 301 -ran Imoc Mm NR5. U)‘0'R! '.'POR‘I' A. 21031.02. ' a. mood rr naoxrn; c. an A1. stem 12. rAx. EmxAn_ r: .~-In Al. Sfllflis nonam - . C - _ '7. REPORT uro mine‘: Awomfi AREA. A LAME oe. n:c1' Imu CLEAR mm»: Lmrrs Lno: LANDING Lxcx-gs IN morn AND 3 GREEN mm-s. m‘ ‘REAR. sm 1': nI"1cE. REARn A cRAcxum scum. —. - . _.. ._e. _. ._3__. .;_, ._. ,. . ... ,—f—. i,a cg uuxmxm. _. , . H. xmmam RzI>oRn: n ro. nrI; AIu: _A 6:39 RADAR RAD N9 PAINTS 1N ‘no: ‘I 1' AREA. I-R. sux'ms_ mom: NLIMUER 18 256-1435 " . . - , I ‘ ' j! B1’ National Research Council of Canada] RC, 77, vof. 3o7_ Consell national de [echerches du Canada
  7. 7. 'rVK4 . qgunc R529 011 I ' RADIO REOOROS II-30 conm. sou or? . - ruzoas/ :9) rsn I9l850Z JUN 14 . ' - - 9 PM commsou nnnnnno V JUNIU 8 JHHH Ifie‘ to nccwc/ Nbno. oTTAwA ~-~ _ INFO RCCPUCX/ NATIONAL a: s:Ancn_councqL ran RADIO AND‘ELECTRIGAL ENGINEERING DIVISION OTTAWA ONTARIO BT. . UNcLAs now :52 run croc AND an V . , suaaacru uro SIGHTING naronr nsrs crao 1|-I N. . _ A. runs: snonrlnos. TUO'AT nsosaoz fins AND'0NE AT I9o1ooz HRS JUN 14 3. CLEAR. anrsx s0UTH£RLY'wlNDS A nn_uou~ noasnrsou. sno HECATE sr. ‘uauA| mo ac A1’ RESIDENCE . no OTHER witnesses. ' _ one bnaue: AND two unit: READING an A SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION unxnowu . - — - - HAS PREVIOUSLY ssau uros In 1965 AND uses. no: 3|~YEAR8. at v uxc nseo arr National Research Council of Canada] ~ R_G 77,. Vol. 307 ConseIl national d6 recherches du Canada
  8. 8. §{s1*. jy:1,‘7i"-‘1~. ‘ié‘_é. £1_I. ‘T[. ."IIJ . _ . ‘ nAp_n‘o nsconoe I-50 Jug N 811IH'I*| Io ‘ IMO REED OTT ' JI PRIORITY ‘OTT JUNI4 UNCLAS 4 NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL £TEOR CENTER - OTTAHA . APRO971 TNE SIONTINO OF A UFO REPORTED AT APPROX OOIIS I4 JINI 74 UITNESBED DY THREE PERSONS AND THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION OBTAINED! 40 . 3) SK‘! HA8. CLEAR AND DARK - CI OBSERVED BY NI88 SUZANNE NORTON OF 22 ROCKUOOD ST-p OTTAWA TEL. 232-6053 . . . ~ D) OIIERVERTSUZANNE NORTON ALONO HJTN THO OTIIERSI NOTICED UFO RICK IT-o OTTAWA UPV NDA NCDERNOTT OF 22 ROCN%OD 232-6003 AND NICKEL TNERRIAULT OF OTTAUA 7') $30. 0!‘ SIONTED OBJECT! VERY LAROENIUOE); IRIOIIT UNITE LIONT DIAPED LIKE AN ECO: PLYINO AT LOW ALTITUE IUT CNANOlNI’ALTITU$ IN A ORADUAL AND SNOOTN HAY - ONLY ONE(. I) UPO SIINTED HIICN HA8 UJIET (NO NOTOR NOISE) ' ' OI IIONTINILASTED APPROX I I/2 NINUTE' N) NO OTNER RELEVANT INl'OHIATION_TO DATE R C N POLICE ‘A’ DIVISION OTTAWA National Research Council of Canada/ RC 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherche: du Canada
  9. 9. -uoio nscoiios M-30‘ '~-i>I7 0 0 Rune REED or? conn son or? PUZ O02/I5 P-l50355Z«JUN 19 FH 22 NRHO NORTH BAY no Rccwc/ Nnnosorrnwn ' INFO RCCPU/ NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL orrawn BT UNCLAB zzocc izi run ubcc AND NRC RADIO AND ENGINEERING DIVISION uro nzronr is/ oaooz . . - CLEAR sat AUGUSTINE u crs ssuuaxtnns rno AREA _- . - ,1. Has AUOUSTINE - sat sun nus rznousou an AND ans DIONNE - - BRIGHT srsauv UNITE LIGHT. ESTIMATED AT 35 to 50.000 FT. I I609 To zaooxrs. READING 3: to NH . ‘ 0. 3 niuurzs - HORIZON to HORl¢ON u. nous ' '+ . o ‘ R NRC REED OTT National Research Council oi Canada/ RC. 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada ,
  10. 10. .c. 'n££i> on ' _ . ' . .' aioioiizoouiiu-I/ ”/ //‘/4/ ooi VIA EDN no , ' ' ' PRIORITY EDSON JUNI6 UNCLAS V JUNI7 3 23gflv1q / NATIONAL azszancu COUNCIL nzrzon CENTRE £Dsao'a£Tw£: u THE uns Il3OAN AND 2 an out: uupen CLEAN sxizs nu nun nus RONALD noon: or 4530 s AVE znson ALTA ossznvto I ' SEVERAL oauscrs rnon THEIR RESIDENCE noviuo, nAPioLY Acnosa THE SKY rnon VEST to EAST. THE osascrs APPEARED, AS BRIGHT STARS TAKING two to runs: NINUTES To DISAPPEAR. one UOULD nrrsan EVERY THREE TO FIVE NINUTE8 AT ONE POINT THEY SAUHTUO AT THE S$E _TlNE ' v EDSON 9:1‘, 1 A ' ' NRC REED OTT National Research Council of Canada/ RG 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  11. 11. DETACHNENT INVESTIGATKW REPWT ‘ (nu llilul ~0“'lIlI N0. . IIAPPOIIT DTNOUEIE DU Df IACHENEN T Rona1Vd_WR00ME - u. i-no. sighting - ' (1-miiu — blull; on. g‘nm. « Univ 4 Haun- - Hr, -. _~: m_d. '. Hrs . 899%- . o_1."_ }+_53?>_ .9. .6. , ,A_v_er_i_u.9 . . Ed 3.0.1.1.. .Ii1.b_e.1rt. a_ _i'_e_i2<_>; ".t_er. I_ - ' . _ .1; ILQ1. yr2r9..0b, s_sry 1_r. i& _i. m,t. <!_e_n_t.1$‘_1.e_id. ,9b.1e,9.t; .=_ _i_n9.zi_ns. _f_n9m_ . ¢_'e_st. ,t9_; . . 7-. .-«--. .A. —-. ————~—-. ~~~——Q~-——~——. .._» 7 . o.t. >J_e. ct 3, ,3 p_n_ee_r. e,d_ as _ b. x: _1i; h.t_ _ats§r_s . . . |!. |9.". .1J_l& _z9_r, iL _ .118. 9.1.3.17; 3:0: 3 _in_1_nut_e, :i_ _t. <2 . si_1sap2e. a.r: . . _ . l.‘»'§Lc_b_ _n_ei_v_ . a1ah. t ins . . . _ocpq; rr_e<L; aJ; pmx'J. iiiateJ, y__3_$_c2_5 m1.mit_es. apa_rt_. At_-9_n. s,p_<. >1nt. .,. ... . _ _‘_, i1‘_ne_ sky. ma 3. . <;l. e.si_r_ .3.D§1.. I!! ',1£b3’-_ _s_t_ -i_ih_a _§.1_n. i9. 52$- . t_f_i9- _sz1Lht_ _1_n3§. -. __1;n_q aoonisgs _w. t;. t9.hed-. $!‘S. '!. !.QI: .a. l39nt 2 hoi; r_s, -__!4_x: .__l1Q9_M_E. _t.99l5 . ... -. . ... . . _se_v. era_1. 'p_1ct: .u. x:§. s__iy.1.t_l2; _a. .69_Q. i_niii. _1.e. ns_e. .9!1.. I31§. -9B! l§.1‘.9.o. _- , . ____________________ . .F. Qri the- . D,u1‘p. O$_8. . gr. _én. i.s_ . .~11.s_h. tins _; _ne__sxesi_1_i_>.1_1.m. .9.f. . .1 , - _i; he -B9_QUl: ‘»£ _v. qu1d. J29. . <;9na1§te. tes1 _r. e_J. 19.1219.. . . _ £12.. BQQME- _1.s .931 . _ _ _ _ . . . ... ... ... ... .. __aD. Ql1£U1c§l. _l‘e. PJl11'JlI&X1 . ansLMr. s._ E09115- vior. k_s-ii. t thehoapital lnvdlliuuul I nonnlula Slnrulun in I'nnqul(nu ( .9. aamns) Cst. c. ..‘/ A in 10 vuo-n-osmain National Research Council of Canada] RC; 77, vol, 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada ‘
  12. 12. vxo ‘ NRC REED arr conn sou 011 I ~ Ramoneoon - _ PUZ005/20 . - ~ ” " 5° R I8l63OZ JUN 74. FM crs BALDY uuohes I . . » ‘ TO Recwc/ nnoc OTTAWA ii ' ‘M330 8 3“A“'74 RCCPUCX/ NRC OTTAWA , > »UNCLAS 0E3 333 NRC FOR RADI . ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIV suaaacrx uro neronr REP: crao 1|-I A. isoazo/14 3. CLEAR c. 441 :4: s42 PTE noon: an 2i9 sac 2i1.crL AUOER an 223 9l6 953 PTE LECOURTILLET PM D. crs BALDY nuonzs - “ ' 5. PERSONNEL I PRINCE ozone: AIRPORT; cirzzus or nu: sueL. ac r. THE oaaecr was TRIANOULAR. onnx PORTION IN MIDDLE. SILVER on enozs arnznneo SELF ILLUHINATINO. son: RESEHBLANCE To an AIRCRAFT ' I - a. 2 nouns s niu 4 N. OBJECT was PICKED up on anon: 259 oneness as an AT 32.400 FT RELATIVE TO THIS SITE ‘ BT . I NNN NRC. REED OTT National Research Council of Canada/ RC, 77, VOL 307 Conseilnauonalderecherchesdu Canada
  13. 13. .VKo NRC REED OTT CONN SON OTT RSVP OZIQ ZJ V9 COMM SON OTT ‘nnc REED 01? GA PUZ IS/28 ‘ _P 2806291 JUN 74 FM CFB OPS WINNIPEO TO'RCCWC/ NDIO OTTAWA . INFO RCCWC/ NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL FOR RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ENOINEERINO DIVISION - ' BT ' LROCLA3 DOPSZIOI ' . FOR CFOC AND NRC UFO REPORT A 28/06/14 05052 3 CLEAR ‘C HR 0 -PEARSON - D NNE PORTION OF THE CITY OF WINNIPEO MANITOBA E HR R SKOSKEY ‘ ' NR J SKOSKEY HRS SKOSKIN . HRS PEARSON ' LOCATION OF THESE PERSONS SAME AS IN REF D F OILONO COLOUR WHITE AND FAINT OREEN ALTITUDE UNDETERNINED 4 UFO SIONTED 2 PASSINO SOUTH TO NORTH FOR APPROX 2 AND ONE HALF NINUTES BEFORE DISAPPEARINO OVER THE HORIZON SECOND onour or THO FOLLOWED WITH APPROXINETLY tn: sane LENGTH or TINE ron PASSAGE ' ‘ - ‘ ‘"1 PAOE 2 RCWBA I'4 IHCLAS ‘ . 4 0 TOTAL OBSERVATION OF BOTH PASSAOES ABOUT I TO IO NIN H WINNIPEO TOWER AND‘TERNINAL REPORT NEOITRAFFIC IN AFORDIENTIONED AREA , R OT . . NRC REED OTT. : National Researchvcouncil of Canada/ RC. 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national dc recherches du Canada
  14. 14. ooi . I F/ /‘/ ,/? _7/é? :/ OTTAWA onr 8 JUNE.14 lIh5A ‘ R ' THE FOLLOWING neceiveo THIS OFFICE ron ONWARD DELIVERY 080320 CYOVYF ' ' METEOR CENTRE NRC. OTTAWA A. JULY OSOZSOZ , - ‘ _ , . B. SCATTERED CLOUDS. TEMPERATURE 5|. WIND NORTHEAST AT 6 MPH. C. 'HIOHWAY NR IO SOUTH. OPPOSITE TRUCK ROUTE. ONE MILE SOUTH OF YORKTON. ON, WEST SIDE OF HIOHWAY. . D. E. F. O. H. I. J. (ALL LEFT BLANK AND EXPLAlNED. IN (K). ' . K. THE FOLLOWING REPORT WAS'RECEIVED FROM R. C.M. P. YORKTON. SASK. OUOTE ROY MACKENZIE_ORAVES FROM I9 RIVERVIEW BAY. YORKTON. SASK. BORN 29TH MARCH I952. EMPLOYED BY SASK POWER WAS DRIVINO HIS DADS I972 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS AND HAD STOPPED TO TURN AROUND ONE MILE SOUTH OF YORKTON WHEN HE SAW WHAT LOOKED LIKE AN ORANOE FIREBALL EHPLODE. AFTER THE EXPLOSION HE SAS WHAT LOOKED LIKE A LONG HUNK OF WIRE AND APPEARED TO BE IS TO 20 STREAMERS BREAKING LIKE FIREWORKS ABOUT 20 FEET ABOVE OROUND. IT LASTED FOR ABOUT 5 SECONDS APPROXIMATELY 30 OR 40 FEET AWAY. THERE WAS AN ORANOE COLOR METAL- LIKE SPRAY WHICH STRUCK THE WINDSHIELD OF TNEICAR AND WITHIN SECONDS TURNED SILVER IN COLOR. THE CAR ENOINE WAS RUNNINO AND WINDOWS UP . IN THE CAR AND THE EXPLOSION STILL SOUNDED LIKE'A LAROE FJRECRACKER. TWO SMALL FIRES STARTED IN THE ORASS AND WERE STAMPED OUT. THE FIRE WAS A BRIGHT ORANGE IN COLOR. THERE WERE TWO STREAKES OF SILVER LIKE METAL OUITE BRITTLE ON THE WINDSHIELD: COUPLE STREAKS ON RIGHT REAR WINDOW. AND TWO OR THREE STREAKS ON BACK WINDOW. ON RIOHT SIDE OF BUMPER A HOLE WAS BURNT THROUGH THE PLASTIC PANEL BETWEEN THE BUMP! AND HEADLIGHT RIM ABOUT I INCH IN DIAMETER. THERE WAS SILVER LIKE METAL AROUND HOLE SAME*A3 ON THE WINDSHIELD AND SCORCHED BLACK. ALL AROUND THE HOLE. UNOUOTE. ' R THIS INFORMATION WAS PASSED. T0 YOUR REPRESENTATIVE MR JOHN V HODOES IN REOINA. SASK. BY THE R. C.M. P. . THE R. C.M. P. ARE CONTINUINO THEIR INVESTIGATION AND HAVE TAKEN SAMPLES OF THE ORASS FIRE AND NETAL LIKE ’ SUBSTANCES ON THE CAR WHICH WILL BE TAKEN TO THE RCMP LAB IN REOINA ON MONDAY FOR ANAEYSIS. -MR JOHN. HODOE WILL BE PRESENT DURINO THESE EXAMINATIONS ' - »TEL/ METEOS YORKTON A on-ii souooafoiovu _ MR HALLIDAY WAS PHONED SATURDAY BUT NOT ANSWER. COMCEN MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT IO nnc neeo oTT HOT oTT National Research Council of Canada/ RC. 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada I
  15. 15. uflc Reno 017 1 HOT 011 TLX021 orrnua our JUNE so :30 uo|12s CYOVYF 4* METEOR ccutnt unc orraun . Nnnr vonxrou ADVISE THAT nzronr or suonruuo JUNE oaozsoz uas -atzu IDENTIFIED As an ELECTRICAL snout-cnuszn BY A anon VOLTAGE rouzn LINE suonruuo AGAINST A RURAL TELEPHONE Luuz. THE suonr cnusso V A sr: ctAcuLAn : xrLos| ou nun VISUAL DISPLAY. unc nu nzonun nun IASKATOOI nav: BEEN ADVISE av near TEL/ HETEDS Yonx1ou ; 0 NRC REED OTT HDT OTT National Research Council of Canada/ RC 77 V61‘ 307 Conscil national de recherches du Canada ' ‘ ' ’
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  17. 17. -. “-'. R.'c. — o'rrAivi‘ ' ' A’ ‘N to I ' 'V ' IE’ AIHII OTT cannon ott ruzn/ I2’ r nuansz an. 14 m, onqunmo romm STATIGO rucouam not Iuoounzv on to mow: /n311ouu. ocrmcs nsnnunnn o‘r‘tMM not sure Inc: -ucx/ mmouu. nuuuum cumcll otmm on 3., . UIIOLAI tau}: 2; unto I-on area one _ ron unto no n. mtmcnL nmnumgao uvmon IIIJIDTI uro an-on ' AL 1,2105%! 3. can . o. A nu xniuxannb. - xntouian nova qaomlr ammo tui 115-an ' D» xnuungot aunououlr ammo} t. mrxnoxnunu out 1 7‘. CAL RIO; OKOIUNNRQ UIITI MIG! VIM am: BICI IN IT’ no omstunoo "sun: on to at It; on on two oulnto to ‘II: oonunn or nu: onnnn‘. more umon mm A om: o‘. -not -It/ O5!! ! no STILL-Ill! " ousnvso A1’ tun: or wron- K. OKIZWICI Nfl STATED THAT IN! TOG HQIII PTOWIII 0‘ TN! UFO Efatnooal Rosearch Council of Canada/ RC, 77, VOL 307 V , .onseIl national delrecherchcs du Canada
  18. 18. rut I4/I2‘ P un:2:z. uL14 4 _ nu ‘cAuAuAu ronin otAtton 'rAu: 'oom not A: oouuzw out no Inca: /HA7: CAL no-mos n: AuouAAitn ottAuA out uoro Aoorucxrun GOAL Anunon cannon. ohm on I7 '. mom nun 22 Auto row oroo MI: ' _’ . ’ row Auto Auto I: un'moAa. uaonpunmo uvmoa mount: on Avon A; on 2/oust I. _ oL| :AA 0- 071. A LIIAT 0"! PAIDGIIIDOI IIDODIIM GTARIO n. on rA| .oaun_nnot AAoAA l? A‘I’lOl on to a mu ’ s. rt: u rI. _uoomun A r; ‘ out use nun-Anna. no-Auouu'tt omtusut 0 otA1noo rouuu we ooumti. namoo vur uovu to not win A; :2/'os‘su nu it/ oust anon: ou'u'wA11ou oulnn rnu. no IIII1’ . ‘A; man nun Auo mun: umo A NAA- " V ‘ O O on Almu on National Research Council of Canada] RC. 77, Vol. 307 Conscil national dc recherches du Canada
  19. 19. PU! I5/I2 P'|2| 3421 JJL-14 in cAuAo'uAu rowan otmao ruoaumoot moouuuv an to Iccumutu am. no-mos utAIIuAAt: u ottAvA not uoiro not-uox/ AAt; om. Aunmn cannon. ottAvA not it - h V. Amocuu TILOUIO Alan m oroo Rum ron Moro Auo sLu: tmo_AL- uoououmoo uiumo. ‘ munch on IIPOIT A. It/ ooooz A. can as Ill nun on-an - not Aumuo ouomnr Anront dotnuo «sour: a. subunit wtA1nn'¢rArIot. ouonAI_lr‘AI. n-out. ootAIuo A s. an «mum. IILMD r. out uoo. so non: mount. onus. Itouoo u_I_tt. AM-not uo. nu. _u stun: -oonnsaot. A: -not : .ooo rut. omrtuuo to ‘It! vat Ir nomoo At Au; ' A I: /out: mo ottu. ‘luau onnwn At mot er Avon No KICK IAIZI MD IIIIHII Mfi A STAR ot . .. , - «- . National Research Council of (ianada/ _ > RC 77, Vol. 307 A Lonsell national dc recherches du (Ianadu
  20. 20. W . BT'¥ . V. ‘ ‘ NRC nzso orr ‘ r~_* ~ , I i , coMn’sau art‘ I - , ' ' A PUZOOI/ I5 -- r . _ . 5 r l42I42Z'JUL 14. . - I . ' PM 22 NRHO Nauru BAY ' ‘ v . to nccwc/ Mono - - , ' ' INFO RCOPU/ NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL ortAwA 7: I ' av * uncLAs so I A _ ron nncc. *nnc RADIO AND ENOINEERIN9 DEVISION H. SUBJECT: uro REPORT - _ ’ ‘ , ‘ y A. I4_JUL I974 zoasz ' I I '. BLBROKEN CLOUDS UITN VIDELY ISOLATED TNUNDERSTORPIS '. ' ' C: SCANDINAVIAN ‘O94 PILOTS NAME CART KORSVOLD . ' V" D: I AIRCRAFT LOCATED ON NI ‘LEVER JET‘ ROUTE 563 OVER CIIARLEVOIX Er N-F424 (JET COMMANDER) ENROUTE TO BURLINGTON VERMONT ‘ ' 1; F. ‘-. I‘OBJECTo TRl_AN(! ULAR IN SHAPE MOVING SOUTHWEST BOUND ' ~ ' I ESTIIMATED TO’BE AT 33oO0OF‘T. AIRCRAFT N|424I REPORTED OBJECT TO BE. ‘ ‘ TRIANOULAR IN SHAPE ~ STATIONARY. -‘ AND ESTIMATED ITS ALTITUDE TO BE v ‘ , AT‘4O. OOOFTi TRIS A/ C WAS I-‘LYlNO, AT',35nOOOFT- THIS AIRCRAFTS _ V ' POSITION AT TIME OF‘ SIOHTINO WAS 35 TO 40 MILES SOUTHEAST OF __ ‘OUEBEC CITY ' ' ' . ' “ v 0. SEVEN HINIJTES . Mo” INTERFERENCE ON FREQUENCY I2I.5 MC WAS RECEIVED B? -BAOOTVILLE :0 NB SUBJECT DIVISION ' - "’ . I:7.r‘v~ , PAOE 2 nccALxx 4 UNCLAS" ‘ s. >—:4' tcu AND MONT APICA GROUND/ AIR TRANSMITTER/ RECEIVER SITE FOR APPROX ‘ ’ i TEN MINUTES Dunlno TIME or snaurlnas; BAOOTVILLE TCU naronrso. ; THAT INTERFERENCE ORIOINATED on THE loo ozone: RADIAL AND TERMINATED : on Tue I80 naonza RADIAL. ALu THE ABOVE INFO wAs nEronr£n_1o . § THE zznn NORAD nsonon av LT. JAMES OALLANT our? orrnczn AT’ I THE BAOOTVILLE TERMINAL CONTROL UNIT. era BAGOTVILLEa ousazc __ . __. .. . ... ._. .; 0 unc R520 011 . ‘ ' ' . _ i I RADIO RECORDS II-Jo .11» us 3 nan-'74 0 _‘ ' " ' NRC REED 011 ~ _ « ‘ . - ' ‘ PUZ006II4 . . { comm sou arr ‘ P | A222sz JHL 414 I rm 22 NRNO NORTH BAY v f To nccuc/ Nona oTTAwA . H . ' - Irwro RCCPUINATIONAE’RESEARCN’COUNCIt“OTTAWA' - - A at ' ' ' UNCLAS so 2 . - ron uncc. NRC RADIO AND ENGINEERING DIVISION suaazcrx uro REPORT ‘ - . ‘ nerzxanca HY I4/zqagz ITEM 2. Plyors NAME : an cw BACON are ' NRC REED 011’ , ' , I National Resea‘rd1 Council 01 Canada] conseu nafional dc recherch-es du Canada? ‘ 77: _v°Io n
  21. 21. V0 - NRC REED OTT ‘A 9 conn sou OTT h: }5 5 33AM'7J $}’7V/ /A “-* Puzooz/ Is - za assszzasaps ‘ ‘ P nsonssz JUL 14 * * ' nu 22 NRHO NORTH BAY To-RCCWC/ NDNO ' INFO RCCPU/ NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL o1TAuA Br I "L UNCLAS so 3 row nocc. unc RADIO AND ENGINEERING DIVISION SUBJECT: uro nxronr A. Is JhL 01:4 x . anoxzu T0 OVERCAST cLouD CONDITIONS nus D: qounvALL: . AT non: IN ST. CLOTILEE DE oucrour ouzsac ruou: 3:9-33¢-zoos non: . . ‘ ’ TRIANOULAR IN SHAPE vrnn A wAoo| uo TAIL TEN MINUTES ALL ABOVE uuro nzronrso 37 an CASTONOUAY AT MONTREAL HOT FLIGHT pLAns sacrnou. HE ALso REPORTED THAT THEY HAD ntcznvzo ' A nsssaos rnon Tu£. aosrou ARTCC THAT A lALOON. UOULD 3: IN THE AREA NORTHWEST or PIILLINOCKET NT SEVENTY SIX HILESD ALTITUDE ‘$010.00--FEET 31- . . mom mono: u-do 0 . NRC REED OTT L V9 NRC REED OTT CONN son or? now? 4213 I -n National Research Council of Canada/ RC 77 V0 . . . . I. 307 Loosen] natnonal de recherches du Canada ’
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  24. 24. ., .., ;--u-10<r'~ ‘7.'. -.'— . - National Research Council oi Canada] RG 77. Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  25. 25. at "*- X" ‘RADIO Iicooiins Ii-Io _ IJULZZ 8 O5flH’74 NgC‘REED‘0TT‘h ' I. COMM'SON D11 ‘ PUZ22// /// ///0|/22 P 220800Z JUL 14 . . Em_cra ops wiNNIPEo - ' To Rccwc/ NATIONAL DErENcE READouARTERs oTTAuA- I , INFO RCCPUCX/ NATIONAL RESEARCH couNcIL RADIO AND ELEqTRicAL ' ENGINEERING DivisIoN ' . 31 ' » I uNcLAs ors 3i9 A roR croc AND NRc uro REPORT ; 22 JuLY, o3ooz _ . cLEAR - , MRS ADvicE_s5A KINGSFORD AVE wiNNiPEo MAN 339 Also NDRTN AREA or TNE ciTY or WINNIPEG _ MR oEoRoE ADvicE 55A KINGSFORD AvE'339 4|50 MRS cARER 33s DRARAM AVE NINNIPED ‘P. OBLONG rLuoREscENT DRANDE RED vERTicAL AND RDRIEDNTAL NDVEMENT ONE UFO ' _ - O. .S MINUTES OF CLOSE OBSERVATION BUT OBJECT REMAINED IN SIGHT . FOR APPROXIMATELY 3 HOURS H. ATC UINNIPEO REPORTS NEGATIVE TRAFFIC IN AREA; 0BJECT_. NOT VISIBLE FROM In'INN| PEO, AIRPQ_RT, ' I ' BT . o NRC REED OTT National Research-Council of Canada] I _ RG 77,__[o_l. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada “ ‘ - “
  26. 26. '93 PI'1'_'. §~‘ ‘I ‘ National Reseai-ch_Council of Canada] it Jniy "0, 197A, tho *n1IuR'inq rvpnrt var pfivnn ovrr the Le1Pnhonn to P’r- tour r‘. (7i. l.x*n: "'~f, v‘: .mi; :. 13, Irfvii. Timv: P1 n(‘'‘: - M. ‘V‘. "Zf" ‘in Ihv‘ iinii-WI l'r" . .. "hhjJ , rmwv WY! ‘ (‘! ~"PI“. 'r-I‘: .7" Wnyton Crnrnvnt, OI. I,. ‘I‘. "'l, (T1I. ,''! ‘I 0. nkpnrvutinn: A Iidht vnr Downing tnvn** tho ohrorvnr. It came closer than Lurnaig IE was low In tho rky. ‘IL Flnutod nvrr Trond V1I1ngv. TE was coming from tho Work find turno4 South Wont It Instrd 5 minutor nL. thv mnrt. Thorn war no sound ( tho ohsorvnr was in tho hourv. RG 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherche‘: du Canada . . ' ‘I,
  27. 27. '-‘$2.-—j. '*! -, ’<'_: c:? t.g'uT? , . ‘On July 305 197A, pho follamdpg rvport was pivvn ovrr tho phone to. }'et. r-or Cc= ntr$: r Time: 10.30 my. rm. ‘Ju'. |$r *5, 197:. Plncng VucDonn1d's Corner, Onbnfio. -. '.'~ V. ..‘ A-. . a‘*= ‘—-u‘= ' -—, ‘~. -*9 Ohsorvvrx l? Mrs. Rnynolfls Faraday 35¢ 1-mitcéhy Aw-. ', Ottnwn, Chtnr1g{' .43"- Obrnrvationa As they gofi out of the cur, thvy ndthécfl as if Eho t; ¢§. wn€ on firv. He got the binoculars and it rvomnfl to hnvo thv rhupr of n pyramid. As ho wont toward it, it hnckrd up, then wvnt away in vn§os. It lnrtrd 5 min. The ground in front of thv'trn~~1r mnttnd dovfi fof " 8~toot‘ diemotrr. ' I ‘—. v—I, —.= __; J4 . —-fa U ; , National Research Councll o! .Canada/ w no 77, Vol. 307 3 Conseil national de recherches du Canada ~
  28. 28. NAUIAN MOUNYEI) POLICE , ' fl GENDARMERIE ROVALE DU CAHAIM w. ' . . 240 Bank street. ' I if ", ."~“ CZ$. ’I. "S; Ottawa, Ontario. ' om, No " '}_I1A‘0R4 "A" DIVISION . .m. .='. .. 74A-400-47 August 6, 1974.’ W is W / I ‘V / j Upper Atmosphere Research Section, Astrophysics Branch, , ‘ National Research Council, . %"o7 ' ¢ 2 Ottawa, Ontario. KM ORB Dear Sir: - Please find attached report. concerning a reported Unidentified'Fl'ying Object. Investigation revealed that a bright new star in the South may have been thought to be an Unidentified Flying Object. Yours tru. '_1y, WU/ Wk ww- 'J. U.M Sauvé Superintendent, Offio r In Charge, Grim a.1 Investigation Branch. National Research Council of Canada] RG 77. Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  29. 29. w ROYAIXCANADIAN MOUNTED POUCE - GENDARMERIE ROYALE DU, CANADA c: :(‘M; - C III p 6 BO . ' - IN mu omtI, ml nyllmus - ICMF nu lmlmcls m. Mun tzspnlns m . po53ug5 gag ‘ , . ‘waves . $605.0!! ! so 743-400-4? 74-4oq-ea ouAcwumv Rucurwul - ‘ C . I . 3 . _Unidenti£ied Flying Object Rockcliffe Park, Ontario “ ——. -in ‘e-2 ‘. ‘ . ’ 23 July 1974 1. 1' at approximately 10:30 p. m,, this date a telephone ‘ call was received from Mr. Lucien HOTTE of 72 Brodeur street, Hull, P.0. reporting the sighting of an D. P.0. ‘ - - 2. « Witnesses to this sighting were his wife and daughter - who saw same in the vicinity of Rockcliffe Park. fflr. HOTTE referred to the U. P.0. as being very bright, round in shape and changing place slowly inha gradual speed. - The duration ofJobservation, was at least fifteen minutes, under clear sky conditions. S. pon’receipt of the aboye information, a te1ex_message has since been forwarded to the National Research, fieteofl Centre, ottawa'under number 11 routine, 29 July 1974. . ' 4. Enquiries conducted on Mr. Lucien RQTTE revealed that he is-an independant realator working out of the Hull, P.0. ares. He‘could add nothing further in regards to the above. and simply reported the incident as being an unknown experience to him. His « wife confirmed the sighting and it is felt that subject is a reliable witness. ' ' ' ‘S. - ‘A check with the stol Aircraft Tower located in the area of the sighting put forth the explanation that the sighting»-« _could have. possibly. een wing'lights from a small plane. The I control tower also stated that there was a new bright star in the south, so bright that they thought it was an aircraft at'first. 31 July 1974 6. ‘ A check was made this date through firs. C. CHNIER of the National Research council eteor section, Ottawa, Ontario. She confirmed the factxat this time that there had been a bright star in the south around the time, of the sighting. One further ‘ possibility put_forth was that the object could have been'a weather testing deyicd. Also it has been proven in the past that the wing lights mentioned above often resemble an unknown object. This is due to the fact that the planesopath often s ~ ights clearly as long as the plane stays on the a me flight p viewers eyes. However, when the planes pa automatically disappears. fl’ as the light odNcLunan'Hnsx- : w>‘ J ' »"y7~f , V . .uxn. K _) s/ sqe. 1 0.1.3. mun: 079.455! National Research. councu of Canada] Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  30. 30. sumo ntconos R-so W 10 Id 32flH’7d NRC REED OTT II ROUTINE OTT JUL29 NATIONAL RESEARCH METEOR CENTRE OTT ' g “ ” ; L A ArRo{g2A. IN COMPLIANCE wITR INSTRUCTIONS THE roLLow| No IS A REPORT 1 ‘ or A p. r.o. REcEIvEn AT THI§ OFFICE — 28 JUL 14 ~ 22 z< , sxv CONDITIONS cLEAR . ossERvER MR LUCIEN HOTTE 12 BRoDEuR HULL LocAT| oN or oasERvER .12 aRoDEuR HULL OTRER OBSERVERS MRS LUCIEN ROTTE AND MISS NOTTE (DAUGHTER) _ D350 OF OBJECT ROUND SHAPE VERY BRIGHT SITUATED-OVER ROCKLIFFE MOVING AROUND SLDULY AT DIFFERENT ALTITUDE8 AND SPEEDS DURATION OF OBSERVATION AT LEAST I5 MIN - NO OTHER RELEVANT INFO R C M POLICE A DIVISION OTTAWA I O NRC REEo. oTT ' " 4 - RCMPADIV oTT I V ' 1 , 7 . National Research Council of Canada] RG 77, Vol. 307 Cbnsell national de recherches du Canada
  31. 31. GJNH SON OTT HJZ O20/O6 . P OZIIOOZ AUG 74 N1 CPD OPS UINNIPEO «_ ‘IO RCCUC/ NDIO OTTAWA INFO RCCPOO/ NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OR RADIB AW ELECTRICAL DIOINEERINO DIVISION ' ET ' . LNCLAS OPS 341 , FOR ICFOC AND NR. UFOVREPORT An OI AUG 74 2330 LOCAL 5: CLEAR ‘ C. NR J HARTENSA MANITOBA HYDRO 70 NEWCASTLE ROAD. UINNIPEO H1 269-5925 BUS 474-3963 _ Dr BETWEEN PORTAOE LA PRAIRIE AND UINNIPEG . E. J30. CLARKOGI RENFREU UINNIPEG MANITOBA. HCKEACNINE ZAZWIAVELL F9 SNAPELESS INCADESENTa 'SLOU MOVING’, EASTERLY ‘, 0. ONE HAL! ‘ HOUR . _ I . _ ‘ Na OBJECT REAINED FOR LONG PERIOD AFTER OBSERVER FIRST SIOHTED 31- . Co NC REED . OTT _0§-II sauooai omvu National Research Council of Canada/ RC 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  32. 32. ‘ ENGINEERING DIVISION I . . MC REED OTT ‘ . ' ' .50 ' was so» oT. T RADIO IEo°l"I' PUZ 02¢/ on v P o2n9|sz we 14 o m cra ors UINNIPEO I A ' hut; 7 3 01“ H To Rccwo/ Nous oTTAwA - mro RCCPOO/ NATIONAL REASEARCH -couucn. on RADIO AND ELECTRICAL HT LNCLAS OPS 346 FDR CFOC AND NRC. UFO REPORT’ An 02 AUG 14 0235 0330 3- CLEAR Co DAVID HATCH BUSJGANITODA NUSEIM OF MAN AND NATURE I90 IIJPERT STREET R3N ON2 PH 947-5685 ' ES! I70 EDOERTON ROAD: UINNIPEO. ‘HANITOBA 247-1006 B. OAK N$NOCK HARSN NE 0!‘ STONEUALL FT OARRY ROAD AND LOOKING EAST TOUAR STONEY MOUNTAIN ‘ ' 5 NR AND HRS LEN' HOLMES IIIO SPRUCE STREET; UINNIPEO PN TI3-36I9 ' F. OVAL-_COLOUR UNKNOHNA MOVED UP AND DONNA NO SIDEUAYS IDVEENTH APPEARED AS 3 BUT WOULD NEROE TO‘ 2 OR I MID CRANOE TO 2 OR 3 TNENREAPPEAR ’ ‘ ' mu: 2 RC1-IDA :54 uNcLAs ‘ 0. Annex I, noun . K. OIJECT wouua snow AN DKTRDIELY INTENSE LIONT As nT*DEscENoEn an A om L| oRT As IT Ross. APPEARED To an APPROXINATELY 2. mus AHAY’ AAD oouLD IE sEEN, nu noon or A moo: or onouuo. TNERE wAs no souuo our AuRcRAFT Fume nu ma vnum-Ea AREA now at NEARD. OBJECT FINALLY LIAO wan Y ‘ * - non smut APPARDITLY mTo Tu: nouns. ouERvERs AA: A Truzscon-E AID smocuLARs AAD ATTDIPTED To TARE rncruuu. AR RATcu um. sun A LETTER-UITR ALL 1-RE I-ART: cuLAAs To Done on uuum-Ea sr - “ O QC REED OTT National Research Council of Canada/ RC 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  33. 33. o NRC REED OTT Oonn sON OTT PUZ 0|3 P R 06I93OZ AU_O A m cFs I<Anu>oPs To Rccwc/ NDNO OTTAITIA INFO Rccwc/ NATIONAL REsEARcH cOuNcIL OF CANADA '1" . mcI. As OP8 IO . FOR"cFoc AND NRc. UFO REPORT RADIO AND EI. EcTRIcAI. ENOINEERINO DIVISION - SUBJECT: UFO REPORT A. 06 Am: 14 O52OZ ' Do CLEAR ' ' " ' c. HRS cORcoRAN_ D. 693 cOwAII ST. souTH KANLOOP8 so I‘. HRS NAxwELL F. I OIIJEOT. YIZLLOUISH UNITE. SHAPPE OF sTAR. No NOTIOEADLE Nova-IENT 0. so - 40 MIN ' II. Tuls Oa. IEcT HAS BEEN 3|-: EN AT TIIE sAI-IE TINE EAcH NIOHT FOR THE LAsT_ ITEEI<. 'THE DURATION OF OBSERVATION couLD BE LONOER As THE olsERVERs Il: TIRE FOR THE NIGHT AT Inoo RN M '- . . . 0 INC REED OTT National Research Colflmcil of Canada/ RC. 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de‘recher‘ches du Canada -
  34. 34. ‘Ho LIGHTS I-IOULD DISSAPPEAR AND COME BACK IN A POSITION FARTHER AVAT- IBT . NRO REED OTT TK. A . ‘ NRc REED OTT ; . , , T I OONN soN OTT ' ‘ “ - ‘L Ruz OI9/I5 . T T ' I R l5I830Z Auo 14 I FN cRs KAMLOOPS TO Rccwc/ NDHO OTTANA INFO RCCPUCX/ NATIONAL REsEARcH_cOuNcIL OF OANADA ET I uNcLAs OPS II . T FOR! cFOc AND NRO. uFO REPORT RADIO AND ELEOTRIOAL ENOINEERINO DIVIsION ' ' g ' ' . SUBJECT: uFO REPORT A , I A. I4 Aua 14 os45z _ . . s. 'cLEAR ‘ - _ ' c. NR PARKS ' ' D. 2244 PARK DRIVE KAMLOOPS ac E. NR5 PARKS MR8 NYHAIKI. FRON PARK DRIVE Pg, 2 -OBJECTSA ROUND; ORANGE. ’ 3000 FEET APPROX: MOVING EAST TO WEST 2 LIGHTS. OBJECT 34 DEGREES EAST OF‘ 2244 PARK DRIVE: SIZE SMALLER THAN. A DIME AT AMIS LENGTH ' ' ' _ ' Go 20 MINUTES ' ‘ 314-4800 MRS LOVELY f SUNSET DRIVE APPROX I/2 MILE I FAOE'2 RONEL 8 uNoLAs LIOHTs AFFEARED TO BE LIKE OAR LIOHTs. ‘OBSERVER NOTED THAT THE DIsTANcE EETNEEN sIOHTINOs wAs TOO FAR FOR A OAR TO TRAVEL IN sucHT A sHoRT PERIOD OF TIME. . NOTE: OBJECT sOuTH VEST OF NT LOLO EAsT OF NT PETER O National Research Council of Canada] RG 77, Vol. 367 Consell national de recherches du Canada’ ‘
  35. 35. AA _ _N_ __ A __fi‘___, ,‘_, T_. : . _.-_: ‘-—4~: r;_. .=-_ a: _—r~c- ‘ T NATIONAL ‘RESEARCH COUNCIL UAR/ REED 0‘ National Research Council of Canada] ' RC. 77, Vol. 307 " , Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  36. 36. FA UL, 'I‘iiOUL‘vIiT I‘l‘ M'IG. ‘i'l' (: 'I:2‘. iI§RA’. I.‘I'. ‘ SOME I"OI(I4.°F U136 An unusual tive-ship UFO-tormation was sighted in Langenburg, Canada, by Edwin Fuhr. Canadian Royal Mounted Police are convinced, on the basis of their preliminary investigation, that some Obiects did land on Fuhr‘starm. ‘ Found | nTl. 'allada ’'I went out about 9 A. rn. .“ reported Edwin Fuhr oi Langenburg. Saskat- chewon. Canada. "lt was very cold and I had on my coveralls with the hood ot my perks Over my head. Ice crystals were toIItrIg. .ond it we: raining at the time. ‘'I was going Very slowly when I ' noticed the oblcci in tronl ot me. At tirli I thought it was A goose blind tor hunters. "I lumped out ol (combine) and I walked up to within is tool at it. I noticed the obiect was rotating. spinning (clockwise) and the gran around It was moving. I "I stopped right there and viewed It tor maybe two minutes. I don't know ‘uktly how long I was standing there and instinct told me not to go any closer so I backed out all the way back to the swsthcr. walked Around it and got in on the tell-hand side. ' “ "A2 I set down in the sect; tour more Appeared on the opposite IIOI ot'me and I immediately iron. I couldn't move at all and they at there about Is minutes. rotating. all live ot them. " . Fuhr added. "Then they wont straight . up. all even, in I step tor. motion. They were up about zoo toot when A dark grey Vapor appeared trom the bottom two uhsust ports and lasted National Research Council or Canada] Conseil national de recherche: du Canada the cwether V . 4 '7: 1' a tow seconds. Then they were gone. ’ Fuhr returned to his lsrmhouw. about I40 yards away. Reallrlng something was wrong. his wile asked him why he will upset. fuhr related the trlghtonlng experience. Later In the etternoon. his brother and sister-in-law come Over And the Incident was Again brought up. Whian his brother returned to town. he called the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and asked It they had received any reports ot anything unusual. At tlrst. Constable Ron Morler said he was skeptical ol the incident but agreed to investigate the tollowlng morning. However. otter arriving at tho site. Morler stated. "Once I saw ttit rlltgs. and how genuinely scared Mr. Fuhr was. it was mostdoltntle something had landed, Nothing could have been brought into that area. There were no tracks It came out ol the sky and went back to the sky. “Mr. Fuhr II Vory sincere and II rotpotulblo member ot the comlrtunity that member: oi the lorce have known tor the past tour years. " A complete report ot the Incident was torworded to the NotjonIIi__$g_cyrl_ty_ Council in >OtlevA_r_9. Fuhr iurther described the detail: ot hi: sighting to oittcielc. CAN YOU TTIIIIA OI" AN¥'I'dIIIL'l l"UNiIIEIi. I"0Ul'hJ THIS IN. A UFO MAG. uzrr AND LAUL}Il’I‘: ;Ii. // P - I. 'l , .. NAP. . T . Mysteriolls lltll Formations T T I "it was about sleet high and It-toot In diameter. ‘it. was stainless steel, saucnr-shaped. domed. dark In the bottom like it had been hot, very not. There were no markings on the craft. " Alter thrltve oblcctl disappeared Mr. Fuhr said he "got oil the cwothor to no it the spots were warm or hot. They were cool, III tlvo OI them. I do not know it they were sitting there all night or nolT"' While no Occupants ware observed. Fuhr added. "| t looked like something got Out. as the grass was trampled down near one at lite rings. " investigation ot the ring: by Con- stable Morlor rlsulted in the tollowlng preliminary tlndingsz Five rings were arranged In I hone» shoe design. with three oi the rings only about 5 int apart. Two additional ring! on each side were turthcr back. The gran was approximately ll inches high. with the strange trnmplng' down ‘appearing to come trom oneot the rings in the coiilor clutter: ‘ white Investigating. Morlor smelled the grass in the rings and noticed no odor oi any kind. ' Another ring was toun'd in the area the tollowlng Tuesday morning 1nd many residents reported strange lights in the sky. ‘ _ H 0‘ . _ fit‘! . " 2‘ CVK 39 I I R6 77. Vol. 307
  37. 37. . ' ' , " ' . ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNYED POLICE ‘I ‘ ~. . DEIACHMENT OCCURRENCE REPORT 4 NOIE: May hoitypofi ovflhnndwvmon. ’ _ V- 7 w _ _ ' V_ ‘ u_ 9 "f___ ' I; DA1( occumctucr N0 *' "'“‘ g"' " '” "' . 1991", ‘. ‘"J"‘3RP‘1‘ -‘ctr-§. §}, —.: a. DIAIIVV DAII Jar. -.né. rLzomi. . *7 , .~—-. __ _fi_. ,_ __1.angenburs. '_V3ko-', _ _ _ >4 7 LOCAVIONVG-I DCCUNl_lNCl' g‘iau. .._6JniLl(ot1.h. j- o. -Basst-_of, j.a:1eenhu-g_ M! |Al*IZl n(l£'oMImL( Von Action ADOIII II FILL Noun: 1: ‘ d.0ntnin'. I.>. .J£orinr_ _ f .37 'fdrai'. ;n. '1.}J: i6i-16:7. ; ‘ ' munmmmzn nmzo onazms». 11!-I. or 01 ruféu J bun nooiwd» In 3013:! than reported that ha hall jut n 2 ' hinha-othw-in-). o:aE; lvdni‘U! In§BI‘28APRJ8)onthota1A ouaund A he related to hishosr at 10:30 Ada. today he oano upon {in I . (5 ‘amen chapped‘ ob -note while nvmthing rape at the ahovg lo- ; Amati: so with tour and vmtohml the ‘saucers’ toe on. he 43‘: -TQJT dim: coring into that clouds. N90 203)‘! of oourso mun skeptical an 2- ‘ that his hrothsu~in- Etc: -iaa. of the sittings. and he oonfimod that - oi: -_ou1.a. r patterns Matt in the swamp grams. ' ' 2Q in it was "dark at thin time than was nopoint in. po. tro11in. to the means. Ar: -sheen-min were mud» to moompazir an-. ZORN to tho noonoarirat thins toinox-o_w lIl91'nL| 84 3.0.1. (04.0) Cpl. 01.1.. Moria: -). csto Jo 2 SK! ’ I went to thonoom with Mr; 20}! !! whore no upon: with mm Rum and examined um circular mtonu an brth: W t moaothing cam: -ting what had to be hnnvy air or exhaust pronoun our the higxaa. -an. aha grass was flattened in A qookwiaa oi: -on with the flattened portion being It . 18 The total dimntr of two ofthn oiroho was 1.2 {to th the other three being A pro . 1% ft. id dimutro. an gr-us in that contra portion of the P2118 wamvmtanding, and 9.92:1:-ad untouched. rhotoa-1‘? wan taken o: t _ - rings wan utsxted t he was no invornd mi nwathinx, in tho % Nveuiwhieh ma wroeod-‘J? r rt. an that he didn't notice one of 1 '3-&wfl&l‘fi' located in the nmnkn dz-{M slough in th iolgpgl ha '1t: m‘*°.3.: .‘i°z: ; 3**a. **. :.. t¥ma. %.4s~~. . *: ,2;*: .° 901-tuhnd Oon . .a. .—. ,~‘. —-. _.4_-5‘-; _ 2""">"‘ 20"‘O> wvfsv-r1Avou I ouaukvuux oo N01 scone Assusuucs c'Asss - ~ LEDGER ENTRV 0N. V. c-no xv/ us‘-run-1- cu-uuc . ‘ ‘ ‘ National Research of Canada] . RG 77 V I 307 ‘ Consell national de recherches du Canada ' 0 V
  38. 38. nmmr vonrmzn t 1, with tho hott 11 bainz dullo t 1 « 0008 69 $1 p G 1' 8 00 «had» 3: didn't notioo any windows: ozfié 1.1:: ': .3%n)oara' hooaman they vmmrovovinaat wogreataoeo 4 , . I noo- lroa: the machines owr thnyzoino of hi:3%a. o stated thus. us than ‘Eamon: -3' gained altitudn ho noticed exhaust oomo from underneath them other thnn the five rinse. than was no othnr ' phvnioml ovidonoo in tho area. 40 2h»: witnau mm has boon known -by a mambo: otthia Detach- nont for 0. riod of tour yrno, and during this time: he has not ham: kpovm-to-na. rinliso -any‘ xmoh—sto: -inn. .. llo. .i. n.. a.x-aaponaih1.o_poraon, and his information in oonnider-ed halinhlm 5. 2-svlax MN 81 has boon dispatched in compliance with or MAN 00 NOE 2:2» 6 . Oopyot this Report being forwarded to the Upper A oaphou Raneu-oh sootion. Aatrophynioo Branch, National maaoaroh council, Ottawa, ONT. ‘ «oouawmrn mnuci “ELI. .. Rorior) Out. 3 an 74 1 5 "L. M 52 nu 5 03-)! 8080033 OIOVU ‘ 3 National Résearch Couhclfot Canada] " Consoll national de ‘récherqhes du Canada
  39. 39. EN 1:] MO NRC RE! -ZD‘0T‘T armonnv LANOENBERG sarz uucuas mono ntoonos M-"so NATION RESEARCH-‘COUNCIL - mzraon csmzn ormwa ‘INFO r ow nae vomsron s/ ow : ;s'& 3 b‘ o9AM’74 LANBI RE SIGHTING G OF UFO 6 MILES NORTH AND HALF A MILE WEST OF LANGENBURG SASK ~ (A) DATE ANDTIME OF SIGHTING Ir? -74 I03OAM CST (B) CONDITION OF SKY ~ CLOUDYAWPTH LIGHT RAIN (C) IDENTITY OF OBSERVER - EDWIN FUHR B28-4-38 FARMER (DI LOCATION - SNATHING GRAIN; TURNED CORNER IN FIELD AND CAME ' ON OBJECTS 50' AWAY AND UALKED UP WITHIN 25' (E) OTHER TO SEE UFO - NIL ‘ ' (F) DESCRIPTION - FIVE SAUCER SHAPED OBJECTS IO/ I2‘ IN DIAMETER APPEARED TO BE ROTATING. HIGHLY POLISHED STEEL LIP NEAR THE BOTTOM DARKER IN COLOUR POSSIBLY GREY. HOVERED 2/3' ABOVE THE GROUND AND THEN WENT STRAIGHT UP AND DISAPPEARED IN THE CLOUDS (G) DURATION OF STGHTING - 20 MINUTES (H) MARKS - LEFT CIRCULAR MARKS ON GROUND WHICH ARE STILL VISIBLE LANGENBURG DET A 9 NRC REED OTT Mo NRC REED OTT National Research Council of Canada] ' Conseil national deurechdrches du. Canada
  40. 40. Atrfién 4 ‘/ ;,, d,fl, ,,flL"QA / /‘Mr / pm». 2. c/ /C/ /72/c<, yi‘fle/ a,q,7,é'g4‘, fl/ &c&J7 , w. war J“; - * 9 52/4 7&7 ‘ / /44 Mail flflfljzjzif/7/4. ( €A5‘f’oF Sfl34fI‘ae4)? ‘ . _ -at * /0f/ flow @- __ Ilational Research Council oi Canada/ RC 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national dc recherches du Canada 7 ~ ‘ 4- A — x —
  41. 41. Mr. 1.. v. ‘<mv1ex-, 2110 3T: o. Staattord, om: -1o. I151 135 D08!‘ IQ‘o 'I'lmnIcyou£oryonr1otterotAu. gust25,vhioh arrivodintvoftioorooenuy. ' The doooription of the object which «lighted loads no to boliovo that what. you cm! in 11- ontouito. I oannaI*. ‘I'. o11yuxrI!1ch one iudn, nor into orbit orvheu it was putino: -httboonnnovodonothavoinfomotiononthonuxy dozens of antollitoo which are in orbit. Root of theme are Anorioanorlhuoian. Idonotlmouvhex-oyouoouldohtain this infmatton ioadilq. ' Sincerely, dz] (um. -) colombe vchenior, ‘ Meteor cont: -o. Natlonal Research Councll ol Canada] - Consell national de recherches du Canada
  42. 42. On August 28, 1971». the follovinyr, report. was rncnivr--1, by phonr-, at Meteor centre: ’ Time: 09:30 pm EDT Date: August 23, 1971. Plncnt Uxkn jsimon ” Observer: Mr. P. Halonon, « Planning and Development, P0 Tel: 8-1.358 Observation: The object I~. 'm'- sighted 21° South of Jupiter. It was hrighter then Jupiter, same colour as Jupiter and the 517.0 of Jupiter. It was round and it was stationery. _It 1ns~t¢‘2d for . ..—. __—, ;,: __«. —-r——_. —.‘—. :4—. . . .. -g—-_. —-. u-_v. . —_~, ?.—__. ... _.—-A-3- 10 minutes then vent out ju. -— ns though saneonré hnd turn: -d :2 switch. | A He was in mcanoc w1_th his sister and brother-in-Tim: on Lake Simon, P. Q.' _; F National Research Counclfof Canada] Conseil national dc: recherches du Canada RG 77, Vol. 307
  43. 43. ". . NRC REED OTT ® OOMM sON OTT PUZ 01/I6 P R lIl235l SEP'14 - ' FM COMMANDING OFFICER OANADIAN FORCES sTATION_sYONET Ns To Rccwc/ NALIONAL DEFENCE NEAOOuARTERs OTTAwA5gNfl} J; “age, INFO RCCPUCX/ NATIONAL R: sEARcN cOuNcIL FOR RADIO AN 3L JHOAL ENGINEERING OIVIsION - . BT uNcLAs OAOO I37 FDR croc ANONRc. uro REPORT: . A. oaeO9sEP 14 BETWEEN 0200-0400 HRS (GMT) 3. CLEAR ‘ c. NEROINA ELDRIDGE O. ST ANNs. VIOIORIA co. Ns . , E; NR5. Lzwls JESSO - ST ANNs. VICTORIA co. Ns TAMELA MORRISON. NORTN RIVER. VIc co. Ns BARBARA NORRIsON. sT ANNs. VIc co. Ns ANNA OARMIORAEL. TARBOT. VIO co. Ns FRANK NOUSELANOER. FORGE VILLAOE. mAss. usA (VISITOR)- ANNIE KENOAL. sT ANNs. VIO co. NS. . JOHN cRIsTIE. ENOLISRTOVN. VIc co. N3 4. r. LARGE ORANO: LIGHTS VITN FLASHING BLUE-NNITE LIONTs NITH BEAM ‘ 1 PAOE 2 RCECO o uNOLAs . or LIONT PROJECTINO TOVARO EARTH AT ALTITUOES OF IO. OoO-2.OOO FT. OBJECTS SIOHTED MOVING UP AND DOWN. TQIfiL_NUmBEfi"oE_uRos saga; AL O; zFlV£ MINUTES TO A-r; w*s: cONO5" '" #}H( SIMILAR REPORT MADE BY LOOAL RCMP 3T Q NRO RE$D OTT National Researhh Council of Canada] RG 77. Vol- 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada I
  44. 44. Q0 REED OTT fl ROUTINE SYD SEP9 UNCLAS ' PMTIONAL RESEfiRCH COUNCIE METEOR CENTRE 6TT 44. RE: sITINOs or UNIDENTIFIED FLYING Oa. JEc1's. roLLOVINO HA3 sITED DLMERDINA ELDRIDOE. sT ANNs" VIcToRIA co Ns ON O-9' ‘ ll-00 PM o I. Oo AM ADT. LAROE ORANOE I. IOHTs HIM U-NHITE LI OHTs NITH BEAM or LIOHT PROJECTINO TONARD EARTH AT ALTITUDES" tr IO. oOo + 2.000 I-‘T. OBJECTS SIOHTED NOVINO UP AND DOwN“IN , DIRECTIONS SOUTH EAsT+sOuTH NI-: sT. TOTAL NUNEER or OBJECTS SEEN. s. IASTINO FOR A PERIOD or FIVE mNuTEs TO A rEN sEcONDs. TOTAL N83 or PERSONS SIOHTINO OBJECTS HERE IA IN ST ANNs AREA. . IDENTIEs or PERSONS ARE As roLLdws: . ms LEVIs JESSO - ST ANNs VIOTORIA co Ns PAMELA MORRISON . - NORTH RIVER VIC co Ns HARBARA nORRIsON'- ST ANNs VIO co Ns NINA OARNIOHAEL - TARBOT VIC co Ns FRANK HOUSELANDER - FORGE VILLIAOE MASS usA AINIE KENDAL - ST ANNs VIc co‘Ns . . .oHN cHRIsTIE'- ENOLISH TONN VIc co Ns. IEATHER CONDITIONS OLEAR. ‘ROM POLICE BADDECK‘ DET NOVA scoTIA I PRC REED OTT " I] National R'esearch Council 01 Canada/ Conseil national de recherches du Canada RGJ7, Vol. 307
  45. 45. nuno manna 9-5:) 6 NRO REED OTT 14*‘ III III 07 IIH"III 9 PRIORITY SYD sEPIO uNcLAs _ A NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL METEOR CENTRE OTT 46. RE SITINGS OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS. _ . FOLLOWING OBJECT SIGHTED BY DONALD+ PAMELA MORRISON.4NORTH RIVER VICTORIA CO NS AND MRS MERDINA ELDRIDGE OF ST ANNS VICTORIA CO NS AT APPROXIMATELY IO. I5 PM ADT 9-9-14. LARGE ORANGE LIGHT TRAVELLING ‘FROM NORTH WEST DIRECTION OVER ST”ANNS VIC CO AND TONARD. SOUTH EAST DIRECTION. OBJECT SIGHTED AT‘ALTITUDE OF APPROX 5.000 FT- DURATION OF SIGHTING I I/2 - 2 MINUTES. ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS ‘ vCLEAR. OBJECT TRAVELLING AT VERY HIGH SPEED. RELIABILITY OF WITNESS ELDRIDGE UNKNOWN. BOTH MORRISONS COMPLETELY RELPABLE. "NO SOUND ACCOMPANIED THIS OBJECT ' " ‘ E - ROM POLICE BADDECK NS National Research Council of Canada] RG 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  46. 46. (R55 RADIO RE€0R9§ H-6!’ ~__%, .._. .. L. ... . . ... .L -. ._ . .-_. ». ._. ... -. ..- _ . . . .» --. ._. .— . -—— ‘. ..- . .,. . _. ... .-. _ . . / '5.. . I8 221PM’N . ____. Kc ‘ ‘ ‘ A NRC REED OTT - . cOMM SON OTT - ' . Put 23/Is I _ P l8I440Z sEP 74 . . P nw'cFs BEAVERLODGE ~ "%O Rccuc/ NDHO OTTAVA _ - INFO Rccwc/ NATIoNAL. REsEA OH couNcIL OTTAVA BT . ? «T -‘:3 ' K‘. uNcLAs OOEO I59 FOR croc AND NRO UFO REPORT REFIA OFAO TI-I” A. IsOArsz sEP 14 B. SI(Y. ‘I. lA$. CLEA ‘_ ~' c. MR EDWARD s RUTLEDOE I 9940 86 AVE ORANDE PRAIRIE . _ALTA PHONE 532 eaao - D: IN AN AREA OALLEO Two LAKEs 54 DEGREES 2| MINUTEs NORTH I19 DEOREEE 45 MINuTEs wEsT E. OERALD RUTLEDOE ‘ ’F. ROUND IN HAPE BUT NOT cIRcuLAR - . BLUE LIOHT NHIOH-DEOAME MORE ORANOE As MOVED. O. 'OVER Two HOURE 4 L: PAGE 2 RCWDS I UNCLAS - ‘ H. THEY REPORT SEEING THREE BUT, ONLY ONE CAME CLOSE. THEY WERE ON A HUNTING TRIP WHEN THEY SAW IT. WHEN IT CAME CLOSE THEY GOT IN I THEIR CAR AND DROVE OUT. IT FOLLOWED THEM UNTIL THEY REACHED I GROVEDALE. A TOWN SOUTH OF GRANDE PRAIRIE» ALTA. THIS WOULD MEAN I , ‘ THEY WERE FOLLOWED FOR ABOUT IOO MILES. THEY STATED THAT LIGHTS CAME 9 ON ITS SIDE WHEN IT TURNED A. CORNER. THEY OBSERVED IT THROUGH BINOCULARS. , MR RUTLEDGE CLAIMS TO HAVE BEEN VERY SCARED BT . ’ C WA LIGHT CAME ON. - . . 0 9 NRC REED OTT £4? ': _=-:4 5.‘. ..-_; , E_. ._. .r. —=, —__. r—— , _-, .-— _ National Research Council’ oz Canada] . RG 77, Vol. 307 ---—-‘Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  47. 47. BIC REED OTT ‘MM sou OTT I-uz 009/25 R zsozsvz sEP 14 _ ' FM OOMIIANDER MARITIME OONNAND HALIFAx Ns , ‘IO Rccuc/ NATIONAL DEFENOE OPERATIONE OENTRE OTTAWA ONTARIO ‘mcrucx/ NATIONAL REsEARcH OOUNOIL OTTAWA ONTARIO uIcLAs OPS 313 mnccroc AND NRO UFO REPORT 2sOIOsz sEP 14 OLEAR sOT'OKE LOVER sAcKVILE Ns nus FEETHAM. HALIFAx TOWER OONTROLLER FLASHING WRITE. RED AND OREEN LIOHT. HIOH IN sxv sTATIONARv_ I - . 9. so MINIITIS ' . . , H. SIOHTIRO REPROTED INDIVIDUALLY APPROXIMATELY IO NINUTEO APART , ’ HI‘ 0 ICC REED OTT National Research Council OI Canada] RG 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  48. 48. Mnlo mam H-M Sr? 27 3 5'1PH'N ; NRC REED OTT CONN SON OTT PUZ 33/27 P 26I800Z SE? 74 FM CPS DANA T0 NATIONAL RESEARCH COU/ / CONCIL OTTAWA BT ‘ . UNCLAS TELOPS 43 NQTIONAL RE EARCH COUNCIL FOR RA AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIVISION FOR CPDC AND NRC f UFO REPORT‘ REF‘! crao 7|-u » _ FRAGMENTARY REPORT RECEIVED FRO” PRINCE ALBERT RADIO STATION I5 FORNARDED BECAUSE.0F POSSIBLE CORRELATION WITH OTHER 5I9NTING5.BELIEVED To BE OCCURING IN THIS AREA’ A; APPROXo 23301 25 SE? 8. UNKNOWN c. MRS: VICKI MENANYSHYN ISPELLINB UNSURE) D. 2 MILES SOUTH ON FOXP'ORDo 5A3Ko APPROX. PRINCEVALBERT Eu NIL~ Po SINGLE ROUND SHINY OBJECT CELUWINUN F°IL'LIKEI NOVINQ VERY _PAST IN SN DIRECTION AT 5000-7000 FT. ALTITUDE. N0 SOUND U - _ so ml NE PAGE OW RCWBY 2 UNCLAS Op 2 MINUTES No ACCORDING TO MR; DENNIS KARDINO OF RADIO STATION OKB| a OTHER . Sl0HTlNOS HAVE BEEN OCOIRING IN FOXPORD AREA. NONE HAVE BEEN - . ... .--. -.. REPORTED To crs DANA at NRC REED on v . -~——-. ., ~ . p. o.>— National Research council of Canada] no 77, Vol. .307: Consefl natiqnal dc r_echerches du Canada I c -
  49. 49. 1", I ' ' o . I name noolm 00-80 W 4 ~/ /9 7 2/ W REED W Sir (7 5 nun-74 com son on‘ ' I PUZ ooo/21 R 251145: 5:? 14 m comnuosn AIR DEFENCE comma) nannouanrzas nomu BAY out To RCCHC/ NATIONAL mzrzuca orznnnons canvas ornwa can learn RCCPUCX/ NATIONAL RESEARCN councu. orrnwa our ar - ' moms SSOI-S :90 suaascn uro REPORT A. 26/OOIOZ SEP 14 . B. cumus CLOUD LAYER A1 39.000 FT c. MR ROBERT NABEL E‘ ’ 0. AT HIS HOME IN rnuno :45 ~ ~ 5. UIFE ‘AND ramax or HR HAGEL r. LARGE «mm-: LIGHT LOCATED ouors unosn rm: sun or ‘me EA5’, l' . . A mouors. OBJECT novzo up AND now AND rnon SIDE T0 sans. ou: '~. om‘. *‘r' OBJECT scan ‘- ' ‘E -‘ . 0. 3 T0 4 minutes ‘ - u. an mm-:1. |5'SUPERVl80R or ELECTRICAL ssmucx-:5 AT HALIFAX INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. AS nu: LIGHT mum) on‘ TO THE SOUTH-EAST or Tnuno. an HAOEL SAIDHE oassnvan PARTS FALLING rnonjus OBJECT AND -sueozsr THAT TH! -NHAY mm: LANDED IN THE vncnun or BROOKTIELD on PAGE 2 ROCALKX II UNCLAS muxzu as an mam. 1-: u:rxom: o A nzrom TO THE RCMP no 1-nuno AND ALSO ‘I'0.A an o 321.1,. cuuzr CONTROLLER AT mmrnx mrsnmmoum. _ mnronr. Mn Nae - ruavuous 995-4235 at O NRC REED OTT ~-.7.-_. __. ~ «LN no-r. —-(. -4-. ,u. » . .- — National Research Council I C d Conseil national de rechercfies danzmzizaarm/ ada RC 77' vol. 307 ti
  50. 50. ROYQL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE - GENDARMEWE “°VM-E 0” C*'**°* , . VOUR NO. VOTRE N0 OUR N0. "H" DIVISION ' “°"" "°7i»H-1:00-6 Halifax, ‘N. S. B3J 3E1 7 October 71+ I Upper Atmosphere Research Station Astrophysics Branch National Research Council Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R8 Dear Sir: Attached, please find the pertinent correspondence from our Truro Detachment dated September 30, 1971.. I am unable to sug est any reason w y the information which was provided by Robert H CELL cannot be c nsid red factual. Iv. ( . . W iéht) Sugtij. Offic r ‘In harge National Research Council oi Canad Conseil national de recherches du Caan/ ada RC 77' VOL 307
  51. 51. ’ A . ,.. _.. . , . “_A. "s . ,‘_‘-_—_4-31.‘ ROYAL CANADIAN Moumzo roiucé - GENDARMERIE ROYALE ou cANAo egllllltslfllllfinflgl DAY! VII“ l3t. PéClS: V - ‘ Jun cows 30 SEPT. -H’ .00: _ ' sun. son-sousmlvruou _ ‘TRURO D(1AD4M! Nl.0 I I Dull)" TRURO ‘7h-L00-55 Mr. Robert HAGELL, U. F.0. Sighting, Truro, Col. co. , N. S. 25 SEP. 7 (A) 9:10 PM. 25-9-74. (3) Clear Sky. . | (c) Observer was standing on Philip Street, Truro, N. s. (n)'(v4:)(F)(c) The object was an shape with a bright reddish tinge. The object moved from port to starboard and up and down. Pieces tell from object and than it went upward and disappeared. I. . Sighting lasted approx‘. 1. —| 5 Minutes. ‘ | . (I) Nu. d t (J) Elevation of object was approx. 10,000 to 15 000 feet, and it moved from a South to Easterly direct on. . I . l (It) 1:11.. . ‘ 0’ ’ ' boncwnnn um. 0% H. M. 'PIx1s ) Cst. Truro Detachment National Research Cou u 1 cam, Conseil national de reclTe: rcD‘1,es du c-iilada
  52. 52. C mm uoerm mo 0 me REED on 01:! 7 817AM'7q CIIMM SON OTT PUZ O26/04 P 0417302 OCT 74 FM CFB OPS WINNIPEO ' ‘ TO RCCWC/ NDHG OTTAWA . INFO RCCPUCX/ NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL FOR RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIVISION OTTAWA ET LNCLAS OPS 490 FOR NDOC AND NRC A O2! I 30Z B CLEAR (SUN COMING UP) SUNRISE 0730 DT C HR. PIRT ' BIT WEATHERDON AVE WINNIPEG MAN PHONE 452 5650 D MEADOWS MAN 25 MILES WEST OF WINNIPEG 5 HR CHORNOBY 59 DEATSWAY WINNIPEG MAN . F OVAL BUT WOULD SWEAR TO THIS AS SUN WAS IN HIS EYES. GJECT WAS HOVERING APPROXIMATLY I000 FEET AGL FOR 5 MINUTES THEN PDVED EAST TOWARD THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. VERY SLOW AT FIRST THEN STREAKED. HAD RED AND GREEN LIGHTS HOWEVER OBSERVER KNOWS DIFFERENCE FROM PORT AND STARBOARD AND THESE LIGHTS DID NOT IESDGBLE ET 0 page keen on National Research Council of (ianadel RC. 77, vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  53. 53. mono neconos no-so 0:: 3‘ t531IIH'N O NRC REED OTT 22 ROUTINE SYD OCT7 UNCLASS NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL METEOR CENTER OTTAWA INFO 0/C SYD S/ DIV 44 INVERNESS DET IFO SIGHTING SOUTH WEST MARGAREE INVERNESS COUNTY IO P. M. AST 6OCT74. SKY CONDITION CLEAR AND MOONLIGHT. OBSERVER IDENTIFIED AS MARY ISSABEL MACISSAC 25 YRS DUNVAGIN INVERNESS COUNTY. WITNESS CST G J E P PHARANB RCMP ARICHAT. #BSERVER AND WITNESS LOCATED AT ROADSIDE PARK ON HWY I9 I.2 MILES WEST OF SOUTH WEST MARGAREE RIVER BRIDGE BEING 46 DEGREES I9 MINUTES NORTH 6| DEGREES 09 MINUTES WEST. . UFO NOTED WHEN BRIGHTNESS ATTRACTED WITNESS ATTENTION. BRIGHTNESS REMAINED CONSTANT COLOR CHANGED FROM WHITE TO RED. NO SOUND. N0 SHADDOW. APPEARED AS CIRCULAR SPHERE WITH HORIZONTAL PLAIN AROUND PERIMETER. , CAPABLE OF REVOLVING RISING AND DECENDINO. NO APPARENT LANDING. ELEVATION APPROX 300 FT. EXPOSURE I0-I5 MVCKTES. SECOND EXPOSURE AFTER 20-30 MINUTE INTERVAL FOR ADDITIONAL IO-I5 MINUTES. SECOND EXPOSURE APPEARED SUDDENLY WITHIN IOO FT COLOR WHITE ONLY. DISAPPEARED ON APPROACH OF WEST BUND MOTOR VEHICLE ON HWY. WITNESS HAS NOT YET BEEN INTERVIEWED. o » NRC REED OTT -3. _. . Natiohal Research Council of Canada] R(; 77_ VOL 307 Lonseu nauonqIderccherchesdu Canada
  54. 54. x _ _, :____. ,_, «—u¢.4—. -«. --4.. -.. ~ . ROYAl CANADIAN MODNTED POLICE - GENDARMERIE ROYALE DU CANADA ycurolc Ann C ’" emu nu D"IIVNCISx ouvnn _ -V 2 ear 7:. - III. AUYIIS DOSSCIIS: UI~ V150 - I S-DIVISION Re-ina DHACNIMNI - - IALNIMKNI Estevan " '. ICMFTHI NVIIINCH‘ III. @381“! ORE: Estevan Detachment Complaint No.74/825. cam. Jamesfiichael John xoL1s; mz (B: lO-Jul-59) U. F.0. Sighting - Roche Percee, Sask. 17 SEP 7h. (1) As the result of a U. F.0. sighting being reported to this office, 1 contacted the persons who had seen the unknown flying object and obtained the following information: (a) Date & time of sighting - 8:h5PM to 9:0uPM(G5T) ‘ ‘l7-SE? -74. (b) Condition of sky - Clear. (c) identity of observer - James Michael J0hn_KULENZ (5:10-Jul-59}. Box 10, Roche Bercee, Sask. (d) Location of observers attime of sighting - Village of Roche Percee, Sask. (e) Identity of other persons who observed the UFO - . Loretta Lillian THUHPSUN (u:28-Aug-bl), Roche Percee, Sask. . ‘ Robert John KOLENZ (D: l9—Feb-61), Roche Percee, Sask. (f) Description of sighting, etc. - Only one egg-shaped object which appeared to have a short pointed "tail" from which a yellowish-green light kept blinking on and off. The object moved slowly around overhead and seemed to be floating. The object moved north in circles, in an east- erly diroction in zig-zags and then went due north over Bienfam, Sask. and disappeared from view. (8) Duration of observation - About 5 to 10 minutes, (h) Other relevant information — The object appeared to be directly overhead at first at an estimated altitude of several thousand feet(the observers could not say for certain just how high the UFO was whsn_sighted}. (2) From my investigation, I feel that the young people who made this report are all reliable persons and are_known tobe honest and of good character in the community. - ’ CONCLUDED HEREE J. D.0.)Sgt. _ 0 Defn zzrccsna 51-20 . lyshrallucpl. _ , Estevan Detachment. mozi -0704519 National Research Council of Canada} ' Conscll national de recherches du Canada
  55. 55. r/ " . ROYA| . CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE - GENDARMERIE ROYALE DU CANADA ' c at . . acwxoac ma , ,"_ H“ §’. '."‘1'm'. ‘§s'. '.B'. a."°{. " ' " °‘‘ :5!" ''1i. .''. '§‘£§’‘°'‘i ‘ y. " zocrvu an ’°° " --owmm - s-ow-slow Estevan Detachment Regina Complaint No.71./825. DCIACMMENV - - IAOMMINV Estevan James Michael John KOLENZ (8:10-Jul-S9) U. F.O. Sighting - Roche Percee, Sank. 17 SEP 71.. ‘ (1) As the result of a U. F.0. sighting being reported. to this office, I contacted the persons who had seen the unknown flying object and obtained the following information: (a) Date & time of sighting - 8:k5PM to 9xOOPM(CST) ~ 17-sap-7i. _ ~(b) Condition of sky - clear. (c) Identity of observer -I James Michael John KOLENZ (B110-Jul-59), Box 10, Roche Percee, Sask. (d) Location of observe‘: -s. attine of sighting - Village of Roche Percee, Sask. (e) Identity of other persons‘ who observed the UFO - Loretta Lillian THO‘-iPSON (B328-Aug-61), " Roche Percee, Sask. Robert John KOLENZ (B119-Feb-61), Rocha Percee, flask. (f) Description of sighting, etc. - only one egg-shaped object which appeared to have a short pointed “tail” from which a yellowish-green light kept blinking on and off. The objoct moved slowly around overhead and seemed to be floating. The object and north in circles, in an east- erly direction in zig- age and then. wont due north over Bienfat, Sask. and disappeared from view. ‘(8) Duration of observation - About Soto 10 minutes. ' (h) other relevant information - The object appeared to be directly overhead at first. at an estimated altitude of several thousand feet(the observers could not say for certain Just how high the UFO was when sighted). (2) From my investigation, l feel that the young eoplo who made ’ this report are all reliable pcrsonsvand are known to be onest and of good character in the community. . - concnunan HERE: (J. D.0.)Sgt. ‘ . p ' A. . hrnll)Gpl. = W Estevan Detachment. National Research Council oi Canada] Conseil national dc recherches du Canada ‘.
  56. 56. J ‘: =_'-(FT; - . ».-4.4.’. -ii’. ‘~T—. ‘.. r; : ,-11:-z 73-2: 2:. ‘ :3.- 1 L: :. —_<--5: , “Tr ¥S—’Tf. S‘i sf. ‘ .1 MK‘ NRC REED OTT § Xomm sou OTT Z; /.<_7f¢/ "~i“' PUZ oo1/nu “““°“E°9“°s" 5° P IIIOSOZ act 14 “ FM 22 NRNG NORTH aav ' Z . ‘F, 4 To RCCWC/ NDHQ OTTAWA ' f‘ I! U 36;: 7 | NFO, RccPU/ NATJONAL RESEARCH couNc| L OTTAWA at UNCLAS 220cc I31 rofi Nncc AND NRO RADlOAND ENGINEERING DIv; sIoN urn REPORT (A) II/ oassz OCT 14 . V (8) CLOWDY (c) DC8 AIRLINER . - (D) 20 MI wEsT or OANDER. 1500 FT- ' (E) Nu. , . ‘ (rrnzo mo wan: nasumo LIGHTS - * co) 5 mm ' A ma oasznmzo TO 2000 FT AND uro rouowao -mnu CLOUD LAYER . B1’ - v NRC REED OTT Nauon’a1Res'earch c men or c d . . Conseil national de rgcherches cxfiéiaatn/ ada , RC 77' VOL 307
  57. 57. ' below. He then turned off all of his aviation lights for a moment: nevertheless, the‘ ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE - GENDARMERIE ROYALE DU CANADA H( MN : _.I ' sum) omu llll smnmru '0'" "11 '"“''"C“ m Aums Downs F" 0059'“ 0“ 14-n.4oo. s3 (Div. _File 74-400-3 (Dot. Filo 3% ~'°hn'= , , Telex OGANAIR 109 DCIACNMCNV - RVICNIMINV ‘i—*= "_j_- unidentified Flying Object‘ (U. P.0.). Report of - Gender lntornntionnl Airport. Gander. Nfld. 10 OCT 74 IOIXZT74 ___ 1. . On the shove am, at approximately xoxlcs p. I:. (Atlantic rm. ) 1: report, of in possible sighting of an Unidentified Flying object. (ll. l'.0.) in the Oentrnl Newfoundland area, was suds to the (lender Airport Detsil office. -"T 1. ‘rho sighting in question, was uncle st npproxinntely l0:l0 p. I.. (Atlsntic Tine) by one John BRBEH. 74 Edinburgh Ave. , Gender, Nfld. BREEN, A three year ~ veteran as an Air 'l‘rni'fic controller nou_ employed at the Gander Air. Traffic Control center, was at the time of the sighting flying a Cessna Aircraft, Canadian Registration C-CID‘. BRUEN wns flying nt en‘Iltitude of npprosinntely 5,000 feet and experiencing clear skies with occasional cloudy periods and was returning to Gender, Nfld. , from Deer ‘ Lalo, Nfld. When approximately 40 Miles north-west of cnndor‘, Nfld. , BREBN, along with his only passenger sighted the possible U. P.0. Janice GOULD, l9 Inlbo st. , Gander, N£ld. . nnmvs passenger and girl friend, first sighted the object just ss they had passed over '- the town of Grand Falls. Nfld, , a small town situated approximately 60 miles west of Gander. Nfld. ' 3. ‘ The Object was described by Muillfl as being a solitary greenish, nluainous light. When first noticed by BRKBN, the light was directly below Bltl'. l1N's aircraft at an altitude of npproxinntely 3,000 feet. BRnl! N's first interpretation of this greenish light was that his starboard svistion light may have been reflecting on something greenish light continued directly below the nircrsft. hR1'. l!N. 'at this time, along with own, attempted to dotetuine whether or notthe greenish light was part of a bigger _ unlighcad nus; however, this net with negative‘ results as nothing but the greenish light could be noted. 4. menu further stated, that nt this tine, the Cessnll wss travelling At s. speed, ef'approximtely 134 K. P.li. . and thst the gr-danish light could, and did st tines speed up and resuin sose distance ahead of the Aircraft, still at spproxinstely‘ 3,000 feet. This greenish light would then slow down and n’llow BREE? ! to once again got directly above it. The light would then continue to slow down more. and as a result lag ' sono distance behind and than go back to it's original position below l1REEN's aircraft. BR£El('s observation period of this greenish light lasted spproxi; -mtely 25 minutes. 5. Nhen approximately 5 to 6 miles north-west of candor. Nfld. , BRBBN contacted the Air Traffic Control center and advised them of what was taking place. Controllers, at the Air ‘traffic Control Center, than sttnrpted to pick up this object on their radar screen. one Robert“ unmca, the supervising controller on duty at the tile, advised that at target was’ picked up by their 6 mile radar; however, the object swnnined on the screen for only two sweeps of the radar needle. The tsrget did-not show up on the screen as an sircrnft. ,'| 'he target did. however, indicste while on the screen that its course luad now changed iron 5 north-west course to a wosterlycourse and that the reason it could no longer be picked up on radar was that it wssnow believwdte be flying at tree top level. Continued atteapts to rennin contract with the target on radar not with negative results. mum, upon arriving over the Gander ares, circled his aircraft in an ‘ — rciingTIIll*trscarot1tro: — oorrrnnmn ON PAGE THO . ... ... .. 7330-2|-0 Alli National Research C H I C ‘ Conscll national dc rgcuhfrclges ¢i1tfi§iaarn/ ada RC 77' VOL 307
  58. 58. lil—: - r — Unidentified Flying object (U. P.0.), Import of - ~ Gander international Airport, Gander, Nfld. lo 0C! ‘ 74 greeni; h light were none. 6. Continual ettewpts to further identify the greenish light- in question by both the Air Traffic Controllers and BRBBN net with negative results. LAWRENCE, upon losing all contact with the target on radar, contacted the authorities connected. with the Early Warning defensive systea at Goose Bay, Nfld. , and notified then of the incident. 7. Upon the landing of BREENH aircraft at Gander international Airport, both sum and coins-nwerginnodiately contacted. It was noted at ‘this. titse, that neither BREHN nor GOULD appeared to be under any sort of influence, fron either alcohol or a drug. 'lheir accounts of the i dent_ are neither exaggerated nor are they drasuttiud and both DEREK GDULD appear o be or» xi_nature and responsible nature. r‘ . V‘ 1. . ll0(. T14 A . L a. z . poisibxé’ of was sighting A n n ‘as wall as by the Co-Pilot of n DC-8 jet liner. The nirtrnft in _tio‘n -“Capit Airlines" fét, bearing’ American Registration N-490C, and at the time of {he sighting, e aircraft was descending in order to land at Gander International Airportfior a _ chnical stopover. The weather at this tine, was once again clear with occasional cl ‘y periods. The DC-8 was flying at an altitude of up xixutely 7,500 feet and cruis g abs speed of 290 miles per hour, proceeding in a westerly direction. lo. ’ The object, in am case, was described by the Captain as well as by the Co-Pilot as being an object, of undistinguishahle shape or sire, flashing red and white " lights. ’ The object apparently pulledwxlongside the DC-8 jet liner and continued on a parallel course with the aircraft. When the aircraft was npprorinntely 5 miles west of candor, Nfld. , the object in question, still travelling alongside the DC-8,_ entered a somewhat stull cloud formation, and disappeared. The object in question, was further described as being able to keep up to DC-8, and at times would speed up slightly, just shead of the DC-Q, and then would return back alongside the aircraft. .—‘_; .— n . W . .. ._. _ ______ vll. Both the Captain and the Co-Pilot stated, that in their opinion, the object was not an aircraft. lid-tsrd DIHANY, the supervising controller on duty at the time, advised that'no other aircraft were reported to be in the area at the time or the incident. DLHANY, further stated, that their radar monitors, at the Gender Air Traffic Control Center, did not pic); 9 any other targets except the descending DC-3. DUHANY, 3 once auin contacted the Early Warning defensive systen at Goose Bay, Nfld. , and notified ‘ the authorities at that point of thesbovo. ‘ ‘ l2. , ln co-apliance with existingdnstructions, I copy of this report has been forwarded direct to the Upper Atsosphero Research Section, Astrophysics Branch, NRC, ‘ Ottawa. ' ~ . I "ooncuman lama" ' Cat. » or. o. cmAssou)o269s6. Pwd: Sgt. Gander Airport Detail. (H. IiJ(. ) ‘ l-c. Gnxdelr Airport Detail Rclw--uuc c-23214/uoxouul (7o3u. ;-'. T., ;u. ”.. v,_. ‘,, National Research Council of Canada] Cohscll national de recherches du Canada RG 77' Vol.30, On this am, at approxinstely 4:45 11.70. (Atlantic Tine) another report. -1 of an unidentified Flying Object in the Central Newfoundland area, néain Mode’ at the Gander Airport Do_tnil office. is _ . !! .__ ' Ihis apparent sighting, was made at approximately 4:‘lS mo. (Atlantic A 3): !» cap This sighting lasted for npproxinately S to 7 minutes. p
  59. 59. CHPAIRPT ONDR RIORITY OCT I0 UNCLASSIFIED FROM! R. C.M. P. GANDER AIRPORT DETAIL T0! NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL METEOR CENTRE INFO! C.0. '8' DIVISION ’ 1" / ‘'/ A77 RADIO RIOORDI n O. ’ GANAIR I09 _ 03 ON THE IO OCT 74. AT APPROXIMATELY IosIO. P.M. <ATLLLT3C3fA“37q A POSSIBLE UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT (U. F.0.) HAS SIGHTED IN THD CENTRAL NEUFOUNDLAND AREA. SKY CONDITIONS AT THE TIME. HERE CLEAR UITH PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS. THE OBJECT IN QUESTION HAS SIGHTED BY ONE JOHN BREEN. C/ O AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL. GANDER CENTER. GANDER. NEVFOUNDLAND. BREEN ATHE TIME OF THE SIGHTING. HA5 FLYING A CESSNA AIRCRAFT. CANADIAN REGISTRATION C-GLCF. AT AN ALTITUDE OF 5.000 FEET. AND FLYING BETUEEN POINTS FROM DEER LAKE. NFLD. . 9ITO GAN DER. NFLD. BREEN's POSITION HAS APPROXIMATELY 40 MILES ‘ NORTH NEST OF GANDERL NFLD. BREEN HAS CARRYING ONLY ONE PASSENGER AT THE TIME. HIS GIRLFRIEND. wHO's NAME HAS NOT AVAILABLE AT‘TRlS TIME. SHE APPARENTLY VITNESSED THE OBJECT ALSO. THE SIGHTING HAS DESCRIBED As BEING A GREENISH ALUMINOUS LIGHT. AT AN ALTITUDE OF APPROXIMATELY 3.OoO FEET. THE LIGHT IN GUESTION wOULD_sHOOT AHEAD OF~THE AIRCRAFT. AND THEN SLON DOHN AT HHICH TIME THE AIRCRAFT woULD CATCH UP To PP. THE LIGHT UOULD THEN EITHER FOLLOU THE AIRCRAFT SOME DISTANCE BEHIND. 94 Ore a43:GoeOR FLY DIRECTLY UNDERNEATH. THE LIGHT UOULD THEN SPEED UP AND PASS THE AIRCRAFT AGAIN. ONLY ONE OF THESE GREENISH LIGHTS UHRE SIGHTED. _THE - OBSERVATION PERIOD LASTEA-D FROM FIRST SIGHTING3 IOIIO P. M. TO 2 )/ ,F_: _ Ioxss P. H. «. I :35 P. M. IT SHOULD BE NOTED. THAT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL. UPON RECEIVING NOTIFICATION OF THE OBJECT FROM BREEN. ATTEMPTED T0, . -: -. r---v -- 5—$4HEyw8REEN~Hfis_nPPROXtHnT£LY’“‘““""“ ' ILES NORTH NEST OF GANDER. -JIR TRAFFIC CONTROL. BY ' UTILIZING THEIR 5 MILE RADAR PICKED UP A TARGET FOR ONLY-2 swEEPs OF THEIR SCREEN. -HYE OBJECT HAS NOT IDENTIFIED AS AN AIRCRAFT. AT THIS TIME. THE OBJECT CHANGED COURSE FROM A NORTH UESTERLY DIRECTION To A UESTERLY DIRECTION. ATTEMPTS BY AlR‘TRAFFlC CONTROL To REGAIN RADAR HITH THE OBJECT MET UITH NEGATIVE RESULTS. As THE OBJECT HAS FLYING AT TREETOP LEVEL AND HAS To Low FOR RADAR CONTACT. BREEN AFTER Fl§8T S]OHTlNG THE OBJECT HAD MADE SEVERAL ATTEMPTS TO IDENTIFY HE OBJECT BUT ALL HAD NET VITH NEGATIVE RESULTS. IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT BREEN HAS TRAVULINO AT A SPEED OF I34 M. P.H. . AND THAT THE OBJECT IN GUESTION COULD EITHER GO PASSuTHE AIRCRAFT. OR SLON DOVN OR GO SLOUER THAN THE AIRCRAFT. AIR TRAFFIC OFFICIALS AT THIS POINT. DO NOT BELIEVE THE OBJECT To BE AN AIRCRAFT. IT SHOULD ALSO BE NOTED THAT BREEN FIRST BECAME AHARE OF THE 0BJECT‘JUST As HE HAD PASSED GRAND FALLS. NEWFOUNDLAND. HHICN Is A TONN JUST BETWEEN DEER LAKE; NF. LDoo AND OANDERJ NFLD. . ’dANDER AIRPORT DETA I L; A ‘I National Research Council of Canada/ I . _ Izc 77,voI.3o7 (. onseIl nauonal de recherches du Canada
  60. 60. §. fiiIiI. §.”T’1 Q . uoIo REOOIDI II-so II 3: 36 RH ‘IQ REMPAIRPT GNDR T” A I In Iv / /I / ‘I RCMPAIRPT GNDR PRIORITY OCT II UNCLASSIFIED ‘FROM! R. C.H. P. GANDER AIRPORT DETAIL TOI NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL METEOR, CENTER INI-‘OI C. '0. 'B"' DIVISION " GANAIR IIO . «I ‘ . FURTHER To OUR GANAIR IO9.—I1 OCT 14. AT APPR, I? ATELY Ins AIM. t.” (ATLANTIC TIME) r.9SI34 ANOTHER UNlDENTlFlED: £:fi NO OBJE T (U. F.O. ) REPORTED SIGHTED. CONDITIONS OF SKY AT TIME F SIGHTIN L>cLEAR ALONG HITH CLOUDY-CONDITIONS. THE OBJECT IflLdUE3TlON HAS SIGHTED BY THE CAPTAIN AsIwELL. As. oJHER CREN MEMBERS OF A-PCAPVOAL A1mLINES‘- Dc-B JET. —.34BI-. AMERICAN REGISTRATION N-49OC. FLYINO*AT"AN ALTITUDEP OF T.5OO FEET. THE DC—B IN OUESTION HAS ON A UESTERLY COURSE ENROUTE To GANDER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE OBJECT_IN GUESTION PULLED ALONGSIDE DC-B FLA5HlN8'R§D'AND NHITE LIGHTS. OBJECT MAINTAINED . PARALLELL COURSE UNTIL OBJECT DISSAPEARED IN CLOUD COVER APPROXIMATELY 5 MILES VEST OF GA ERG} ERNATIONAL AIRPORT. GANDER. NFLD. JET TRAVELLING AT SPEF ' (WA PROXIMATELY 290 MILES PER HOUR. oBJEcT CONTINUED To MAINTAIN SPEED OF DC-B. BUT AT TIMES UOULD SPEED UP JUST ALITTLE AHEAD OF DC-B AND RETURN ALONGSIDE. I-O5-BCAPTAIN AS HELL As CO-PILOT CONFIRM OBJECT NOT AIRCRAFT. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL GANDER CENTER ADVISE N0'0THER AIRCRAFT IN AREA. A. T.c. AS HELL As CFS GANDER RADAR_INsTALATIONS MAINTAIN NOT SIGHTING ANY OTHER AIRCRAFT IN AREA. GANDER AIRPORT DETAIL. National Research Council of Canada] RC. 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
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  63. 63. .' RADIO Il0OI| I.II'| O n I . K0 NRC REED OTT COMM SON OTT PUZ 22/I7 P R ITI60OZ OCT 74 HO CANADIAN FORCES STATION DANA SASKATCHEWAN TO RCCWC/ NATIONAL DEFENCE HEADQUARTERS OTTAWA ONT INFO RCCPUCX/ NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OTTAWA ONT BT LNCLAS TOPSO 5| FOR RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIVISION SUBJECT! UFO REPORT FOR CFOC AND NRC. UFO REPORT A. I7 02452 OCT 74 APPROX B. SCATTERED CLOUDS TO SE. CLEAR TO SOUTH AND WEST. NORTHERN LIGHTS EXTENDING FROM HORIZON T0 ZENITH TO THE NORTH. WIND CALM C. MRS VICTORIA DAWES CFS DANA D CFS DANA SOUTH ENTRANCE OF RECREATION CENTRE E. PTE ENGLISH. PTE YEATON. CFS DANA F. FIRST OBJECT SIGHTED. STATIONERY WHITE/ YELLOW LIGHT DESCRIBED AS SIMILAR TO LARGE SPOTLIGHT EXCEPT OF VARYING INTENSITY. WITH DIM RED LIGHT ON EITHER SIDE OF STEADY INTENSITY. ISITION APPROX. SSE OF CFS DANA WITH ELEVATION VARY APPROXIMATELY IO DEGREES ABOVE HORIZON. MOVEMENT OBSERVED FROM SIDE TO SIDE PAGE 2 RCWBY 2 UNCLAS THROUGH POSSIBLY S DEGREES AND VERTICALLY THROUGH POSSIBLY 2 DEGREES. SECOND OBJECT SIGHTED AFTER ABOUT 4 MINUTES WHILE MRS DAWES WAS WATCHING FIRST OBJECT. IA SECOND OBJECT APPEARED BELOW AND TO JHE RIGHT (EAST) OF THE FIRST. MOVING RAPIDLY T0 WEST. OBJECT MOVED WITH WAVY OR UNDULATING MOTION NOT FAR ABOVE HORIZON. THROUGH ABOUT 50 DEGREES IN IO SECONDS (VERY APPROXIMATELY) TO A POSITION . APPROX. SW OF DANA. ‘AT5THIS POINT-MRS'DAWES RETURNED TO SNACK BAR TO GET COAT. AND ON RETURN TO OUTDOORSEBOTH OBJECTS STILL IN VIEW. THE SECOND NOW BEING TO THE WEST. THIS LIGHT ABOUT THE SIZE OF A STAR AND WAS FLASHING WITH CHANGES OF COLOUR WHITE/ BLUE/ GREEN. MRS DAWES. THEN WENT IN AGAIN TO CALL 450 386 435 PTE ENGLISH RW. MP BII. WHO SHE KNEW TO BE IN BARRACK8 ACROSS THE STREET. SEE H BELOW FOR FURTHER INFO ON PTE ENGLISH. ON MR5 DAWES RETURN TO OUTDOORS THE MOVING OBJECT HAD DISAPPEARED BUT STATIONARY OBJECT WAS STILL VISIBLE. MRS DAWES THEN RETURNED INSIDE. G. APPROX. 20 MINUTES . H. PTE ENGLISH. BEFORE LEAVING BARRACKS. SAW A LIGHT TO THE SOUTH WHICH APPEARED TO CHANGE COLOUR FROM WHITE TO GREENISH. ACCOMPANIED BY PTE YEATONp HE WENT TO GUARDHOUSE AND WAS INFORMED BY SOME UNIDENTIFIED CHILDREN THAT THE OBJECT. NOW OUT OF SIGHT: HAD MOVED PAGE 3 RCWBY 2 UNCLAS TO THE WEST. PTES'ENGLISH AND YEATON PROCEEDED TO A POINT ON A NORTH SOUTH MUNICIPAL ROAD ABOUT ONE MILE WEST OF CFS DANA WHERE THEY OBSERVED FOR APPROX. 5 MINUTES A LIGHT OF INTENSITY LESS THAN A BRIGHT STAR CLOSE TO WESTERN HORIZON (ABOUT 280 DEGREES). LIGHT CHANGED COLOUR WHITE/ BLUE/ GREEN/ RED AND MOVED LATERALLY SO THAT IT WAS SOMETIMES OBSCURRED BEHIND A CLUMP OF TREES AND SOMETIMES IN CLEAR VIEW OVER FIELDS. HORIZON AND TREE LINE QUITE CLEARLY DEFERRED AT POINT OF OBSERVATION. ALTHOUGH THERE WAS NO MQONQ DUE TO NORTHERN LIGHTS. NONE OF THE OBSERVERS NOTED ANY NOISE’ ) 0 NRC REED OTT National Research Council of Canada/ RC. 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada
  64. 64. -3: E 4; HF :22 RADIO REGORDSVII-50 no - NRc REED OTT . , ROUTINE TURNER VALLEY OCTI9 uNcLAs rUCI 2| b 18 III'I"lII , I NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL ‘ N METEOR CENTRE. OTTAWA ‘ INFO! K DIV EIX4 ' ‘ ' CALGARY 5/DIV 37 RE UNIDNTIFIED FLYING OBJECT ON I9 OCT 74 2:50 AM MDT . _ A’ . . OF MI SOUTH PRIDDIS ALTA SI HTED A UFO SHE DESCRIBED IT AS BEING APPROX 60 FT ACROSS A D 25 FT HIGH IT GAVE OFF A VERY WHITE LIGHT AS IT HOVERED ABOUT IOO ‘FT OFF THE GROUND IT MOVED IN_‘A ZIG-ZAG PATTERN STAYING IN ONE POSITION FOR ONLY A FEW SECONDS ‘IT WAS ACCOMPANIED BY 2 OTHER OBJECTS WHICH DIDN'T GET SO CLOSE THE SKY WAS VERYCLEAR WITH NO TRACE OF_ CLOUDS IT WAS IN HER LIVING ROOM LOOKING THROUGH HER TELESCOPE AT THE TIME OF THE SIGHTING ' TURN ER VALLEY DET O _ National Research Council of Canada] ‘ jlonsell national de necherches du Canada
  65. 65. 0 NRO AWIN OTT V0 NRC Ami N OTT ‘ ' 2. VIA OGY PRIORITY TURNER VALLH OOTZI UNOLAS I NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL METEOR OENTRI‘. OTT$A INFO K DIV [W CALGARY 8/DIV . TURNER VALLEY iae RE U P 0 PURTNER To OUR TURNER VALLn. ia1 DATED I900T14 SAIIE BOURGE — or Pninois ALBERTA REPORTO sII-IILAR siqHTiNG SAME LOGATION I Ni IIOUTNEAOT PRIDDII ALTA. TN: BOUTHEAIIT GUARTEII IIEGTION I572:-a_-Qis OBGERVED APPROX 9.I0 PN 20-I071. IKY NAG GLEAR To I'. AsT UITH SOME OLOUDG To HIZIT GOUIIOE NIGHEB To RENAIN ANNONYNOUII oB. iI: OT OBOERVED APPROX iso-zoo YARDG WEITIOF DuEI. I.iNG PROGEEDING IN SOUTH To NORTH DIIIEOTION APPROX. IOO PEET ALTITUDE NOVING IN GNEEPING NOTION OBUEGT DIZIOIIIILO so PEET_ LONG 25 PEET HIGH BRILLIANT LIGHT No OOLOR HAG RED GLEARANGE LIGHTS ABOVE AND BELOW WINDOW ONLY ONE OBJECT OBIERVIZDVIEEN ‘FOR APPRI so IEGONDO No SIMILAR REPORT: FROM OTHER IOUIOEI TURNER VALLEY on R G N-POLIGE OORREGTION LINE 4 IGj22f8fW5 O NIIO ADMIN oTT V National Rc-sea'r<‘Ii Council of (, ‘.ana<Ia/ ~ I , . RC. 77 Vol. 307 LOHSQII national dc rcclicrches (IU (Zaiiadu '
  66. 66. 9 . NRC REED OTT . 53/54 VIA CGY MC ' ROUTINE TURNER VALLEY OCTZI UNCLAS, NATIONAL RESEARCH couNcIL. METEOR CENTRE. OTT INFO: K DIV ED1 ' cALoARY S/ DIV TVI39 RE UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT FURTHER TO OUR TVI37 . CANADIAN PRESS HAVE ERRONEOUSLY REPORTED CST ORUNDY. TURNER VALLEY DET OF NAVINO OBSERVED UFO. CST ORUNDY DID NOE REPEAT DID NOT, OBSERVE UFO BUT REPORTED CIRCUMSTANCES AS RELATED BY SOURCE ' TURNER VALLEY DET - I‘; 9 NRC REED 017 National Research Council of Canada] RG 77, Vol. 307 Conseil national de recherches du Canada I vt. «—
  67. 67. If / v77x§? }/ ———_. .. Imo RECORDS M-$0 RADIO RECORDS N-so ‘T I 9 '' I‘U1II I~ fig-(( I o5PHI7q NRC REED OTT 2B/29 VIA ceY Mc NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL; METEOR SEC. OTT INFO! K DIV EDM ' CALGARY S/ DIV TVl40‘CLARlFlCATION or TV I31. TVl3B AND TVI39. csT BRUNDY DID NOT OBSERVE uro As DEscRIBED BY— AFTER HIs ARRIVAL AT D REOEIVINO DETAILS or SIGHTING csT ORuNDY usED TELESCOPE TO scAN THE sxn HE DID oBsERvE OBJECTS IN THE SKY TO THE NEST. NOT‘ABLE To cONcLuDE THAT sAME WERE RELATED To uro As SEEN BY — DuE To THE LAROE NUMBER or sATELLITEs ETc IN THE SKY AT ALL TIMES THIS OFFICE HA5 sTATED TO ALL NEws MEDIA THAT WE ARE NOT ABLE TO sTATE VHAT CST GRUNDY oBsERVED AND THAT NHAT HE DID OBSERVE Is NOT uNusuAL As sEVERAL sucH OBJECTS cAN BE sEEN NITH THE NAKED EYE ON ANY OLEAR NIOHT. ATTEMPTs HAVE BEEN MADE To EXPLAIN To ALL EN9uIRERs THAT CST ORIINDY DID NOT sEE uro As DEscRIBED BY— OUR TV I39 sTATEs THAT csT ORUNDY DID NOT sEE ANYTHINO HONEVER THIs MAY BE INcORREcT As OuR REFERENCE THEREIN wAs INTENDED To BE THAT OBSERVATION HAS NOT MADE or uro As NORMALLY ONDERSTOOD TO BE uro AND IN T IS INsTANcE THAT uro As REPORTED TO BE IN THE VIcINITY or THE “HOME. THE ORIGINAL OANADIAN PRESS RELEASE APPARENTLY DESCRIBES sIOHTINO As RELATED HEREIN. THAT VHEN PUBLISHED BY AOENTs THE FACTS HERE DIsTORTED To SHORTEN PUBLICATION- THIs OFFICE HAs NOT ATTEMPTED To MISLEAD THE PRESS HOVEVER ALnosT ALL AOENTs wHo HAVE coNTAcTED THIs OFFICE HAVE cHOsEN To REPORT THAT VHAT csT GRUNDY DID OBSERVE wAs LIKELY THE uro A5 DESCRIBED BY OR SOMETHING RELATED THERETO TURNER VALL DET . . NRC REED ‘OTT V K National Rgsearch Council of Canada/ RC, 77, V01, 307 ConseII nanonal de recherches du Canada
  68. 68. I ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED. POLICE - GENDARMERIE ROYALE DU CANADA ICMI WC AIIO Omll Ill’ IEFEIENCI o| v| mu g "M, mg ltplgngcw , '"v * W3 °°Wl| * “ ' nu. oossaeu one I K I ' ' 1% ‘CR: First Report ’“*“W"*““‘M? " . . V 7h—700—233 CALGARY onAcm: uI. olIAcu; mgnI 3 I Mr. Derrick JAY, 407 Cedar Park Drive S. W. Calgary, Alberta OBJE T 21 OCT ' 21 OCT IA 1. On this date, M. Derrick JAY advised that his son. Nicholas JAY (B. 10 AUG 61), had seen three or four objects hovering over the Red Streak Campground at Radium Hot Springs, B. C. at 1:00 A. M. on the 13 OCT 7h. ’ - 2. Nicholas JAY was interviewed and the following state- ment uns tnken: ‘On the night of the 12/13‘OCT 7h I was sleep- ing on our stntion wagon perked on-the Red Streak Campground, Radium, B. C. My parents and my brother Vere sleeping in theltrailer. I woke up at about 12:00 MN. I started to pet my dog when I heard A rustle in the trees. I looked up and-saw some objects appear from behind a mountain. I think there were four. I was looking in n N. E. direction at the time. They appeared to he going upwards and slovly vanished from sight. . These objects were oblong shape_filth n circle around them. This was actually 8 line running the-length of the U. F.0. through the centre. It had a point at each end. of this line clear of the oval shape. I wofld-guess that they were about four miles away. At this distance they 1ooked'to be about as big as our 13' trailer. There was no sound from them and the colour was white-shining. These U. F.0.'s did not resemble a plane. I saw them for nbout A0 seconds: They vanished from sight. ’ 3. Mr. W. N. HOLDEN: Principal br John Ware Junior High School, the school where Nicholas JAY attends as a student, was contacted. He advised that JAY is n child that is sometimes vague. He does not seek attention and is not the type to say , things that could be malicious or cause any problems. I / , . . , z, -4,51. Calgary Detachmen Natlonalikeseardl councu of Canada] ac; 77 v 30 opnseu national de recherches du Canada ’ "-1' 7 L
  69. 69. ICMI OIC 6600 Ultlll "ll IIYIIINCI : III. AIHIIS 00311115: CR: First Report KM’ Hlf IIVIIINCIJ. ‘ IU. 003$! !!) 080 4 7b-700-233 sun . om-Luau . souamyns-on CALOAEI ntulcnmsuviotvacoctuzul Mr. Derrick JAI, A07 Cedar Park Drive 8.W. A . Calgary , Alberta 1. , On this date, Mr. Derrick JAY advised that his son, Nicholas JAI (B. 10 AUG 61), had seen three or four ob ects hovering over the Red Streak camp und at Radium Hot prings, 3.0. at 1:00 A. H. on the 13 OCT 7Ef° ‘ taken: ‘On the night of the 12/13 OCT 7h I was sleep- ing on our station wagon parked on the Red Streak Campground, Radium, B. C. My parents and my brother were sleeping in the trailer. ment was I woke u ‘at about 12:00 MN. I started to pet my do w on I heard a rustle in the trees. I look _ up and saw some objects appear from behind a mountain. I think there were four. I was looking in a N. E. direction at the time. They appeared to be going upwards and slowly vanished from sight. These objects were oblong shape with a éircle around them. This was actually a line running . the length of the U. F.O. through the centre. It had a point at each end of this line clear of the oval shape. I wold ass that they were about four miles away. t this distance they looked to be about as big as our 13' trailer. There was no sound from them and the colour_was white-shining. These U. F.0.'s did not resemble a plane. I saw. them for about #0 seconds. They vanished from'sight. ' 3. ' Mr. W. N; HOLDEN, Principal or John Ware Juior High School, the school where Nicholas JAY attends as a student, was contacted. He advised that JAY is a_chi1d that is stometimes vague. He does not seek attention and is not. the type to say things that could be malicious or cause any problems. . (n. ixowmn), cp1. . Calgary Detachment National Research Council of Canada] RG 77, vol. 307 Conseil national dc recherches du Canada 2. Nicholas JAY was interviewed and the following state- .

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