A wave of UFO sightings struck southern Manitoba in 1975, with possible connections to U.S. missile defense operations.
In 1975, Manitobans reported UFOs over their province almost nightly. The string of unprecedented sightings launched the biggest UFO craze in Canadian history. With sightings for well over a year, one object seen again and again became known as Charlie Red Star.
Grant Cameron was there. He witnessed Charlie Red Star many times, and led tours for others to see for themselves. He also caught wind of rumours of nuclear testing south of the Canada-U.S. border, which might have been the cause of the unexplained phenomena that was sighted in the upper atmosphere. This is the story revealed by eyewitnesses, photographers, and reporters chasing down the truth behind these still-unexplained encounters with UFOs.
Grant Cameron has been a UFO researcher since 1975, and was recognized as both the Leeds Conference International Researcher of the Year and the UFO Congress Researcher of the Year. He is a world-renowned expert on UFOs, conspiracies, government cover-ups, and has spent decades watching and chronicling developments around extraterrestrial contact. He lives in Winnipeg.
For fans of UFO research, the book is a gem.
An interesting immersion into a bizarre period of Manitoba history when the novel source of entertainment for many in the Pembina Valley area was apparently racing down backroads trying to track down UFOs.
If you have an interest in UFOs you are sure to love reading this.