The World’s Only UFO Crash That is Supported by Government Documents

COAST TO COAST AM – Authors Chris Styles and Graham Simms, experts on the Shag Harbour UFO Incident, described the event, which has secured a place in Canadian history as one of the most documented UFO cases. On October 4, 1967 a large unknown lit object, hovered in the air, then descended rapidly into waters near Shag Harbour, a village in the province of Nova Scotia. When police arrived on the scene, the object was still visible on the water as a pale yellow dome, before it suddenly disappeared or submerged, Styles recounted. “Shag Harbour from the start has been a compelling argument for UFO reality and remains the world’s only UFO crash scenario that is supported in that interpretation by government documents that are freely available and entirely without controversy as to their origin or authenticity,” Styles remarked.


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