Friday, 5 June 2020

UFO TV News Report:
“Records show thousands of
UFO sightings in Manitoba”

Published: 28 October 2015
(CTV News, Toronto, Canada)

Source: CTV News (YouTube channel)

The TV news report has an interview with Chris A. Rutkowski.

The UFO author/researcher mentions a 1792 Manitoba UFO incident and a 30 June 1967 (6:00 p.m.) Thompson, Manitoba, case.

The whole transcript of the report on the 1967 case:
Rutkowski: “As they were playing, this wind came up – and this object appeared in the sky. And one of the girls who was closest to it, started to be sucked up into the sky by this … whatever it was.

And they [the other children] actually had to grab her legs and pull her back down to the ground to keep her from flying off and being abducted by a flying cube.”

CTV News: “The incident was witnessed by the girl’s father, the object by the mother. And neither one had any motive to lie about it.”

Rutkowski: “So – I would have to rank that fairly high up in the strange factor!”

My comment:
In my opinion – this 1967 UFO case is very solid.

I do not believe for one minute that several children and two parents perpetrated a UFO hoax to gain notoriety. 

According to Rutkowski – the family wants to remain anonymous. This shows that the hoax theory is untenable.

We are then left with the undeniable fact that a girl was very nearly abducted by an unknown object.

Anyone who has watched a video report or heard a radio show that features researcher of missing persons David Paulides – knows that he often says “It is as if someone picked up the person from above.”

I am not trying to start a new conspiracy theory – but the 1967 Thompson case’s facts are undeniable.

Chris A. Rutkowski reports on the Thompson case in his UFO report entitled “1967: The Year UFOs Invaded Canada” (
“Going to the children, the woman found they were calming down except her daughter, who seemed dazed.

By the time the other children had come to her aid she was about one meter off the ground and her clothes had edged up her body. Her daughter said she did not remember anything from the time she felt the wind until the time she recovered after being dragged back to the ground.”

Wikipedia article: “Thompson, Manitoba”:

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Thompson, Manitoba, Canada
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Google Searches/Google Website Searches:
Focus On the UFO Research Work of Chris Styles

Chris Styles is one of Canada’s most respected UFO authors and researchers and the principal researcher into the 4 October 1967 Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada, UFO incident.

(Search term: Chris Styles “Unidentified Flying Object”)

(Chris Styles “Unidentified Flying Objects”)

(Chris Styles “UFO”)

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(Chris Styles “Shag Harbour”)

Website: Northern Ontario UFO Research & Study, Sudbury,
Canada (

Website: Ufology Research, Winnipeg, Canada (

Website: UFO UpDates, Toronto, Canada (

Website: National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (

Website: Water UFO, Claymont, Delaware (
(the website was run by the late Carl W. Feindt):

Website: Archives For the Unexplained (, Norrköping, Sweden:

Website: Ignacio Darnaude Rojas-Marcos, Spain

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UFO Radio Interview:
“Chris Styles, Shag Harbour UFO Incident &
Cape Sable Island UFO”

Streamed live: 2 June 2020
(Podcast UFO, Sebago, Maine)

Source: Martin Willis Live Shows (YouTube channel)

Video text:
“Jordan Bonaparte chimes in about the night’s the topic of discussion, featured guest Chris Styles discusses his longtime investigation of the Shag Harbour Incident, plus a more recent sighting on Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia. Justin Brown joins in the conversation about filming the Cape Sable UFO, his documentaries on Chris Styles and the Rift, the ongoing incidents in Shag Harbour and more.”

My comment:
The Shag Harbour UFO incident occurred on 4 October 1967, at around 11:20 p.m. ADT.

Wikipedia article: “Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia”:

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Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Map of Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
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