The incident at Manitoba’s Falcon Lake in 1967 has been reported on repeatedly. Thoroughly researched by multiple sources and agencies, there is little doubt that the authenticated physical effects are sufficiently convincing to conclude a serious encounter with UFOs did occur. Those who collect UFO reports and want details about this incident may find this book of interest.
Initially this was a single witness case. On 20 May of that year, Stephan Michalak, a Polish immigrant to Canada and part-time prospector was collecting samples in a relatively remote area when the incident happened. The fundamentals are that he reported seeing two UFOs in close proximity. When one landed, his thoughts were that these craft were experimental and of American origin. He reported hearing voices and addressing them in several languages, but to no avail. Among the immediate effects indicated was a feeling of “wafts of warm air that seemed to come out in waves from the craft, accompanied by the pungent odour of sulphur.”
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