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Body, Mind & Spirit Ufos & Extraterrestrials

UFO Sightings in Canada

True Stories, Strange Encounters and Cover-ups

by (author) Lisa Wojna

Folklore Publishing
Initial publish date
Sep 2011
UFOs & Extraterrestrials, Unexplained Phenomena
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    Publish Date
    Sep 2011
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Shrouded in mystery, unidentified flying objects have been reported in every corner of Canada. Surprisingly, some of these seemingly far-fetched stories may be based in fact, while others will never be explained: - Residents of Harbour Mille on the island of Newfoundland spent a cold January night in 2010 trying to photograph grey, missile-shaped objects flying overhead. - Crop circles near St. Francis Xavier, Manitoba, made for a great front-page photo in the Winnipeg Sun in 1990, the day after summer residents of White Lake noticed a circular object with blinking red lights hovering over the water. - The ''Shag Harbour Incident'' remains a mystery, although residents are convinced that the dark craft with four white lights that they witnessed crashing into the water in October 1967, was definitely a UFO. - Evidence now reveals that the Soviets designed and built a UFO-like craft that was used to perform reconnaissance flights over Canada and the U.S. during the Cold War. - After a strange encounter with two flying saucers near Falcon Lake, Manitoba, in May 1967, amateur geologist and prospector Stefan Michalak was left with a headache, nausea and grid-like burns on his chest. - And so many more tales of the unexplained…

About the author

Bestselling author Lisa Wojna has authored or co-authored more than 20 books for Blue Bike Books, including Weird Canadian Laws and the Bathroom Book of Canadian Quotes. She has also written many other non-fiction books. Having worked in the community newspaper industry as a writer and journalist, she has traveled all over Canada from the windy prairies of Manitoba to northern British Columbia and even to the wilds of Africa. Although writing and photography have been a central part of her life for as long as she can remember, it’s the people behind every story that are her motivation and give her the most fulfillment.

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