Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Canadian Government UFO Web Page:
“UFOs at LAC: The Falcon Lake Incident - Part 1”

15 May 2019
(Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada)

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) presents a podcast that focuses on the 20 May 1967 (at 12:15 p.m.) Falcon Lake, Manitoba, Canada, UFO incident.

Stefan Michalak of Winnipeg, Canada claimed he encountered two UFOs while prospecting near Falcon Lake.

One of the UFOs landed about 160 feet away from him. The door of the UFO opened. He approached the UFO and looked inside. After a few moments the UFO started to rotate and something like an exhaust vent was now in front of him. A blast of hot gas shot from the vent onto his chest, setting his shirts on fire and causing him severe pain. Burn marks in the shape of a grid were left on his chest. Michalak was hospitalised after the incident.

Stefan Michalak’s son Stan, UFO author and researcher Chris Rutkowski and author Palmiro Campagna participate in the podcast.

LAC also presents the transcript of the podcast.

Wikipedia article: “Falcon Lake (Manitoba)”:

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Stephen Michalak (fourth from the left) together with the team that investigated the UFO case (collectionscanada.gc.ca photo)

The cover of Michalak’s book showing his burnt glove, cap and
shirt (collectionscanada.gc.ca) (collectionscanada.gc.ca photo)

UFO News Article:
“Friend, foe or unknown force flying
overhead? Congress should find out”

By Christopher Mellon, 19 May 2019
(The Hill, Washington, D.C.)

Christopher Mellon is a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and a former Minority Staff Director, Senate Intelligence Committee. Mellon is now the National Security Affairs Advisor for the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

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Christopher Mellon
(ufodata.net photo)

The western front of the United States Capitol. The Neoclassical style building is located in Washington, D.C., on top of Capitol Hill at the east end of the National Mall. The Capitol was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960. (text by Wikipedia)
(wikimedia.org) (wikimedia.org photo)