Wednesday, April 12, 2017

 

1967: The Year UFOs invaded Canada, Part 2


1967 Case Listing July-December

Mid-summer, 1967
Nitinat, BC
One night, a woman was having a sleepless night and was listening to her dog parking incessantly outside. Suddenly, a bright light shone in her window, persisting for some time. The next day, about 200 yards from her home, she chanced upon a “saucer nest” in tall grass. A narrow, flattened trail led from this “nest” to the sea, only 50 yards away.
Canadian UFO Report, Volume 2, #1, 1971, pp. 34-35

1 July 1967 –
Beauceville, Quebec -   
Flashing light moved at dizzying speed.

2 July 1967 –
St James, Manitoba -  
Two high altitude points of light to the south, one hour later they turned red, to the west.

July 3, 1967, 6:30 pm
Nanton, Alberta
Warren smith and two companions were prospecting when they noticed a shiny, disc-shaped craft in the air, estimated to be about 25 feet in diameter, and about 2,000 feet in altitude, two miles away from them and approaching from the east. Smith took two photos of it as it continued on, losing altitude, passing behind some trees and then rising again. The photos were examined by both Canadian and American authorities and were described as some of the best photos on record at the time. An analysis by DND found the object was an oblate ellipsoid with a diameter of 40-50 feet and a thickness of 11 to 14 feet. The witnesses signed statutory declarations to the effect that the photos were not a hoax; if proven false, they would have been subject to prosecution under the Canada Evidence Act. Nevertheless, the USAF-sponsored Condon Report felt it could also have been a hand-thrown model and a hoax.
Canadian UFO Report, Volume 1, #7, 1970
Case 57, in the Condon Report, http://files.ncas.org/condon/text/case57.htm

2 (3?) March 1967 - Nanton, Alberta
Color photos of 12m fake saucer. Explanation: Hoax. [NB: Incorrect date. Should be 3 July 1967]

July 3, 1967; Calgary, Alberta
Dr. J. Allen Hynek stated: “best daylight disc photograph I have personally investigated.” That says it all! Warren Smith and two of his friends were returning from a weekend prospecting trip when they spotted the object. Smith grabbed the camera, and took two photos of the object. Definitely one of the best of the early days. (Warren Smith Photo)

3 July 1967 18:30 - Calgary, Alberta -   Two color photos taken with fixed focus camera. Canadian National Defence analysis: oblate ellipsoid or torus, 40-50 feet diameter, 11.5-14 feet depth, metallic, shiny, minimum distance 2000 feet.

3 July 1967 –
North Shawingan, Quebec -  
Metallic UFO arrived swiftly, hovered all evening. Pencil-shaped mark in its center. No one saw it disappear.

3 July 1967 01:00 –
Pigeon Lake, Buckhorn, Ontario -  
Family saw 15 nocturnal lights darting about in sky. Husband shot a few feet of movie film in direction of flight, on film is red, round luminous object, flattened slightly on top. Next saw three in triangle formation.

4 July 1967 –
Rimouski, Quebec -  
Hovering domed disc, metallic, shaped like hubcap, disappeared almost immediately.

4 July 1967 22:45 –
Winnipeg, Manitoba -  
One object was observed by two witnesses for a few seconds.

4 July 1967 Night –
Creston, British Columbia -  
UFO streaked north rapidly to the south.

6 July 1967 –
Dominion City, Manitoba -  
UFO went south to the north, then to the east, and disappeared.

7 July 1967;
Kenora, Ontario
Evening. Air traffic controllers, while monitoring an eastbound Air Canada flight on radar, noticed an unidentified object moving at high speed toward Kenora. Later the same or a similar object was detected on the Kenora radar headed northeast. For three hours the object executed various maneuvers, including 180-degree turns, and twice followed Air Canada flights before resuming its northeast course and disappearing off the radar scope. (Good, 1987, p. 200.; Kanon, G. Canadian UFO Report, Volume 3, #6, p. 21)

7 July 1967 –
Beauceville, Quebec -  
35' wide saucer darted about with flashes of light coming from each side. Several witnesses.

7 July 1967 Daytime –
Winnipeg, Manitoba -  
Cigar-shaped silver-gold UFO while driving Trans-Canada Highway. Radio announcer saw it, received reports from listeners.

8 July 1967 23:00 –
Milton, Ontario -  
Glowing bright red object passed overhead, flew faster than plane also seen in the sky.

9 July 1967 22:00 –
Brockville, Ontario -  
Large steady light moving southwest .

11 July 1967 –
Fruitvale, British Columbia -  
Flying discs were observed. Four discs were observed by three witnesses.

11 July 1967 –
Port Glascow, Ontario -  
Nautical UFO: mysterious light on Lake Erie.

11 July 1967;
Lone Butte, British Columbia
Evening. Witnesses saw 13 objects in units of three, with red and green blinking lights (body lights). One was seen to be saucer shaped. The objects shifted, bobbed, and weaved in the sky (maneuvered). They made droning noises when hovering. Dogs, cattle and horses reacted (animal reactions). (Vancouver Sun, British Columbia, 7/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)

11 July 1967 22:30 - Lone Butte, Caribou R, British Columbia -   Huge object with dome rose from woods emitting rocket sound. Sound affected witness' ears, dogs agitated, trees disturbed and broken.

12 July 1967 After 2200 - Lone Butte, Caribou R, British Columbia -   Objects were observed. Animal reactions to the objects were reported. 13 objects were observed by several witnesses.

14 July 1967 After 2200 - Lone Butte, Caribou R, British Columbia -   Objects were observed. Animal reactions to the objects were reported. 13 objects were observed on a river.

In August 1967 Evening - Lone Butte, British Columbia -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed in stormy weather by numerous experienced witnesses for several hours (Gratton).

11 July 1967 Evening –
Taylor Lake, British Columbia -  
Flying discs were observed. Six discs were observed by two experienced male witnesses at a lake (Gratton).

15 July 1967
Shaunavon, SK
A school bus driver said she took photographs of a bowl-shaped, dull aluminum object with an upturned rim. The photos were sold to several magazines for an undisclosed sum. An UFO investigator found that the object in the photographs was identical in appearance to a “seismographic plug” used to cap oil wells, found commonly throughout the surrounding area.
Winnipeg Tribune, December 8, 1967, page 1

1 June 1967; 5:00 p.m. MDT.
Shaunavon, Saskatchenwan
A school-bus driver saw a circular, dull aluminum object that had a superstructure with eight circular marks or portholes around its midsection. Above that was a glass-like dome. The object paced the bus for 2 miles, maneuvering and hovering around it. The object apparently responded to headlights turned onto it (light reaction), rocking four times before it rose with a roar and Disc disappeared. (Clausen report, NICAP files; U.F.O Investigator, school bus Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June, p. 3.)
(likely is actually the case of July 15, 1967)

1 June 1967 17:00 - Shaunavon, Saskatchewan -   Silvery domed disc hovered, rocked four times, shot straight up.
(likely is actually the case of July 15, 1967)

18 July 1967 22:55 –
Winnipeg, Manitoba -  
Hovered.

18 July 1967 23:00 –
Sudbury, Ontario -  
Eight objects were observed by six witnesses.

19 July 1967; 10:00 p.m. PDT.
Enderby, British Columbia
A Pacific Western Airlines pilot flying at 14,000 feet sighted a pink object that zigzagged through the clouds, hovered, then disappeared. He reported the sighting to the Royal Canadian Air Force. (Vancouver Sun, B.C., 7/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)

19 July 1967 22:00 - Enderby, British Columbia -   Canada Pacific Western incident.

*July 25, 1967; Garrison, ND
10:30 p.m. CDT. A farm family saw a luminous object that moved erratically, both horizontally and vertically, almost touching the ground at times. The object was round or top-shaped with a well-defined edge. It was blue-white when moving slowly and bright red at faster speed (color change/speed correlation). Animal reactions by dogs and cattle initially alerted the witnesses. An object of this description had been repeatedly sighted in the area near a Minuteman Missile site for 8-9 months. (Hall, 2001, pp. 212-13; NICAP Report Form and North Dakota subcommittee report, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, Oct. 1967, p. 4.) [Near Minot AFB, Minuteman ICBM Complex]

29 July 1967 00:15 –
Hudson, Quebec -  
One object was observed by one witness.

August 1967 Around 2200 –
McLeese Lake, British Columbia -  
Blood red ball of light, size of soccer ball, travelled directly above newly installed power lines (no power passing through cables yet). Later sightings along entire 700 mile length of system.

August 1967 23:00 –
Duncan, British Columbia -  
An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by five male witnesses (Muenter).

1 August 1967 –
Brockville, Ontario -  
A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by several witnesses.

1 August 1967 02:05 –
Killarney Bay, Ontario -  
A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by two witnesses at a lake.

1 August 1967 Night –
Green Point, Ontario -  
One object was observed.

2 August 1967 –
Mcleese Lake, British Columbia -  
A daylight disc was observed by a female witness (Beck).

3 August 1967 –
Flin Flon, Manitoba -  
A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by three witnesses.

4 August 1967 –
Camrose, Alberta - 
Objects were sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. 12 objects were observed by 100 witnesses.

5 August, 1967  8:30 pm
Sherbrooke, Quebec
A man and his fiancée saw a “circular device that turned in on itself.” It had red lights.
La Tribune de Sherbrooke, August 8, 1967

August 5, 1967
Duhamel, Alberta
Seven circular rings, ranging in diameter from 31 to 35 feet, were found in a grassy field. One was on sloping ground, and one ring smashed across a willow fence. Each ring was about six inches wide. Military investigators were dispatched to the site for an in-depth examination. In their final report, they noted that a “tremendous weight” would have been required to make the rings, at least three times that of a normal truck tire, and consistent with a “large aircraft or, presumably, small spacecraft.”
Canadian UFO Report, Volume 1, #7, pp.. 25-26.
Department of National Defence, Suffield Memorandum, #49/67

8 August 1967
Camrose, Alberta
A circular ring-shaped depression was found. There were brands starting from the center
Towards the periphery and dead vegetation. Soil analyzes were carried out, but the results
are unknown.
Reference:?
Source: UFOROM; GARPAN
(believed to be the Duhamel case of August 5, with incorrect date and information)

August 1967
Peterborough, Ontario
A circle in the shape of a ring was found.
Reference: University of Toronto.
Source: UFOROM; GARPAN

Early August 1967 07:45 –
Regina, Saskatchewan -  
One object was observed by two witnesses for two minutes (Pederson).

12 August 1967 Night –
St-Louis-De-Kent, New Brunswick -  
Dozen teens saw "huge, black monster" descend from light craft in woods. Being dressed in black, with black face and goggles. They didn't approach, and it quickly disappeared.

12 August 1967; 9:15 a.m. EDT.
Barrie, Ontario
A man saw two dark-colored, elongated objects that hovered, started moving, banked, and accelerated, out of sight leaving a red trail. An aircraft passed beneath the objects during the sighting. (NICAP report form.)

14 August 1967 –
St-Charles, New Brunswick -  
Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by one witness.

15 August 1967 07:30 –
Port Perry, Ontario -  
At a farm area a young boy heard a loud oscillating sound, going over a nearby hill he saw a landed disc shaped craft on four metallic legs, it was actually hovering just above the ground. On a platform around its perimeter, were seated eight to ten little men about three-foot tall, they wore tight fitting brown clothing. A depressed 12-foot circular area was found on the ground later.

15 August 1967 Port Perry, Ontario
A disc-shaped vessel, with small men sitting inside, was seen flying over the ground. Later, a circular ring depression of 12 feet in diameter was found.
Reference:?
Source: UFOROM; GARPAN

15 August 1967, 9:30 pm?
Dummer, SK
Telex from CANFORBASEMOOSEJAW to CANFORCEHED: “Object shifted back and forth and up and down. Bright light which moved around quite fast and came close enough to permit observers to hear low hollow high pitched hum.”
UFOROM files.

15 August 1967 Evening –
Welland, Ontario -  
An object was observed. Occupants of the craft were seen. One object was observed by several witnesses.

22 August 1967 Around 0300 –
Lacombe, Alberta -  
One object was observed by two male witnesses, age 19 (Sayers).

23 August 1967; 4:00 a.m. EDT.
Joyceville, Ontario
A man drove down a side road to investigate a green light he saw in a field. His headlights illuminated a large, metallic-appearing disc on or near the ground. It was shaped like an inverted bowl and had three legs. The witness saw three beings about 3-4 feet tall and wearing helmets (humanoids). They appeared to be gathering specimens. When the beings noticed the witness, they "flew" (floated) into the object and it took off silently at high speed. Burn marks and impressions (physical traces) were found at the site. Reportedly, the police at nearby Perth had a similar sighting. (Hall, 2001, p. 480; MUFON UFO Journal, August 1987, p. 19.)

23 August 1967 04:00 - Joyceville, Ontario -   4' white suit helmet. Driving home witness saw green light in field off road. Huge lens-shaped craft. two humanoids 4' tall white uniforms, helmets, repair activity.

23 August 1967 08:00 - Joyceville -   Stanley Moxon, of Toronto, driving to Montreal, was between Joyceville and the Glen Grove Rd.

23 August 1967; 9:45 p.m. EDT (8:45 p.m. EDT).
Halifax, Nova Scotia
A commercial pilot saw a series of white lights that flashed on and off at 1-2 second intervals. Ground radar showed a target at the approximate location of the lights, and said that the object was in the sky and lower than 50,000 feet. The pilot lost sight of the lights after about a minute, but Halifax radar tracked the objects as they moved from 36 to 16 miles from the aircraft and the blips were still on radar after the aircraft continued on its way. The object also was reported by a separate ground witness. (Letter from witness, 8/31/67, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, Oct. 1967, p. 1; Weinstein, 1999, p. 36, from Flammonde, 1976.)

23 August 1967 21:48 - Halifax, Nova Scotia -   Airline Pilot incident.

23 August 1967 22:15 –
Lacombe N2M, Alberta -  
Teenager on motocycle chased by red UFO with vertical stripe down middle two miles down twisting country road. Electromagnetic effect: motorcycle "coughed." Felt heat, loud whistle sound.

24 August 1967 After 2200 –
North Bay, Ontario -  
One object was observed by four witnesses.

24 August 1967 Night –
Kingston, Ontario -  
Red and white circular object sped away from locks at tremendous velocity.

24 August 1967;
Cape Perry, Northwest Territories
Time not reported. (Beauford Sea) - Officials at Cape Perry Distant Early Warning radar site saw a large, translucent spherical object moving so slowly it was in the vicinity for 10 hours. It did not register on radar. The object was also reported by witnesses in a light aircraft. (Bondarchuk, 1979, p. 160.) [All features strongly suggest a large plastic research balloon. Local authorities often have no information about them, since these balloons drift for hundreds of miles.]

25 August 1967 10:00 –
Prince William, New Brunswick -  
One object was observed by one witness.

26 August 1967 –
McLeese Lake, British Columbia -  
Nocturnal lights were observed by a female witness (Beck).

28 August 1967   12:45 am
Rivers, Manitoba
The report, in the National Archives, notes that the incident occurred at 0645Z (12:45 am) on August 28, 1967. There were six witnesses, three of whom were military personnel: LAC J. Hebert, LAC K. Taylor and CPL A Fedun, all stationed at CFB Rivers, plus civilians Judy Ross, Leslie Dowdell and Jacqueline Dowdell, all of Rivers. Hebert and Ross were driving one mile east of Rivers, Taylor was 8 miles east, Fedun was in the town, and the Dowdells were at a different location in the town. In other words, we have six observers scattered across four different locations. Two more military personnel, CPL K. McArthur and G. Stefanson, a Commissionaire, both at two additional different locations on the Rivers base, reported hearing an “explosion” that rattled windows and created “vibrations.” LAC Heberts car detained at ME section. Body repairman states light dust on top of car is unlike any other in his experience. There is some bubbling of paint on top. This incident reported to TCHQ by base duty officer.

28 August 1967; Rivers, Manitoba
Time not reported. A couple reported that an object hovered over their car, followed them, then hovered to the rear of the car. The car was illuminated by light beams and was reported to heat up. A military investigation found no physical effects on the car or witnesses. (Brandon Sun, Manitoba, 10/4/67, copy in NICAP files.)

29 August 1967 12:15 –
Lake Erie, Ontario -   Seven objects were observed by two witnesses at a lake for 225 minutes (Kraus). Explanation: Reflection.

29 August 1967; 11:10 p.m. EDT.
Oka, Quebec
A man saw a round object with pulsating, multicolored lights around the circumference and a white light on top (body lights). The object moved slowly at tree-top level, retraced its path, hovered, and suddenly ascended. A light beam resembling a searchlight was emitted from the bottom of the object. A cylinder emerged from the top of the object and seemed to deploy a transparent sheath around itself and the object. A sound "like waves" was heard. The witness had physiological effects (not specified) afterwards. (Montreal Le Petit Journal, 10/1/67, copy in NICAP files.)

29 August 1967
Oka-sur-le-Lac (Laurentians), Quebec
At night, a roar attracted the attention of a child, Yvan Guindon, who went to the window. The cat and the dog seemed frightened. There was a blinding object near the ground. (A ray struck of temporary blindness to the child for approximately three minutes.) The object measured 12 x 30 feet 8 feet from the ground and 150 feet from the window. It was wrapped in an umbrella of light and it used a beam to explore the environment. It made a great start. The mother of the child believes she heard the sound of three trees that were broken by the object.
Reference: Henri Bordeleau, I chased the pilots of flying saucers, chap. 3; media;
http://casufo.blogspot.ca/ - Tuesday, January 5, 2016; Close Encounter; J. Mesnard, C. Pavy,
Spatial phenomena 16.
Source: GARPAN

29 August 1967 23:10 - Oka, Quebec -   Animals frantic. Clam-shaped disc shoots sharp beam of light at ground. moving rapidly to the north northeast .

29 August 1967 23:00 –
London, Ontario -  
A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by one witness.

30 August 1967 03:00 –
Eastend, Saskatchewan -  
One object was observed by two witnesses for over three minutes (Thorson).


September 1967 Night –
St-Stanislaus-De-Kostka, Quebec -  
Close encounter with an unidentified craft and humanoid occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by one male witness (Leger).

September 1967;
Drumheller, Alberta
Time not reported. A couple saw an object like two saucers rim to rim (disc) that swooped down toward their car so that the witnesses expected a collision. Then it moved up into the sky and flew away. (Calgary Albertan, 10/18/67, NICAP files.)

Early September 1967 –
Drumheller, Alberta -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One disc was observed by two witnesses, a married couple (Mappin).

September 1967, 11:00 pm
Swift Current, SK
A family of five saw an unusual light and the power went out and the phone line went dead. Through binoculars, the object looked like a “disk with a conical dome containing glass windows, and an array of light circling clockwise around the bottom and changing colours. They watched the light for four hours, then went to bed.”
Source: Grassroots UFOs, by Michael Swords, p. 88

4 September 1967 –
Hardisty, Alberta -  
An object was observed. Traces found. One object was observed.

September 5, 1967
Taber, Alberta
18-year-old Evan Evanson was driving on Highway 36, one mile south of Highway 3, when he noticed his pick-up truck was running hot and he stopped to let it cool. While he sat in his truck, listening to the radio, he saw a large green object that looked like two flattened bells one above the other. It was noiseless but beeping sounds started coming from the radio. The object disappeared abruptly.
Canadian UFO Report, Volume 1, #7, 1970, p.26

September 1967;
Taber, Alberta
Evening. A truck driver saw a green oval object with double decks (like two flattened bells, one above the other) hovering near the ground. It appeared as big as a truck and almost close enough to touch. Beeps were heard over the truck radio during the sighting and the engine died (EM effects). (Calgary Herald, 9/5/67, copies in NICAP files.)

Early September 1967 00:30 –
Taber, Alberta -   Farmer incident.
Ignition interference: truck engine stalled, damage. Noisy green ovoid with dome, 10 feet long. Came right on top of vehicle.

Early September 1967 –
Currie Barracks, Alberta -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by one witness.

10 September 1967 –
Mildmay, Ontario -  
Object about size of a headlight moved quickly

11 September 1967; 3:30 p.m. EDT.
Port Elgin, Ontario
3:30 p.m. EDT. Six or more employees of a nuclear power plant saw a saucer-shaped object passing over the plant going east. The object hovered about 1.5 miles out over the lake and dropped something into the water. Reportedly the object returned two nights later and for the next five nights, the assumption being made that it was trying to retrieve the dropped object. (Bondarchuk, 1979, pp. 122-24.)

11 September 1967 15:30 - Port Elgin S10M, Ontario -   Pt Douglas Nuclear incident.

13 September 1967 Night –
Port Elgin, Lake Huron, Ontario -  
A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by one witness at a lake.

14 September 1967 03:20 –
Port Elgin S10M, Ontario -  
Hovered.

15 September 1967 Night –
Port Elgin S10M, Ontario -  
Hovered.

16 September 1967 Night –
Port Elgin S10M, Ontario -  
Hovered.

17 September 1967 Night –
Port Elgin S10M, Ontario -  
Hovered.

18 September 1967 Night –
Port Elgin S10M, Ontario - 
Hovered.

*Sept. 11-12, 1967; Kincheloe AFB, MI (BBU)
10:42 p.m.-12:01 a.m. A senior radar operator with 7 years experience tracked 17 unknowns in an 80-minute period. The unknown targets gave stronger, harder returns than a B-52 flying in the area. Most of the targets were tracked one at a time, hovering, slowing, speeding up, changing direction. In one of two instances when two were tracked at a time, two targets joined up and both went east at 2,000 mph. These passed overhead, but witnesses saw nothing. A B-52 pilot was alerted to a potential collision course with a target, but the pilot saw nothing. (McDonald, 1970.) http://www.nicap.org/docs/670911kincheloe_docs.pdf

18 September 1967 01:00 –
Nanton, Alberta -  
Forestry employee Russell Hill heard a strange pulsating sound and saw an object giving off a green glow hover near his cabin.

18 September 1967, 1:00 am
Raspberry Ridge, Alberta
Forestry lookout Russell Hill heard a strange “throbbing sound” and suddenly the inside of his cabin was bathed in green light. He attempted to call the Highwood Ranger Station but his radio and lights would not work. The object changed colour from green to brilliant white then shot up into the air out of sight. His radio and lights started functioning when the object had gone.
Canadian UFO Report, Volume 1, #7, 1970, p. 27

25 September 1967 Night –
Whitby, Ontario -  
One object was observed by five witnesses.

25 September 1967;
Toronto, Ontario
Night. Five policemen saw a white light that moved at low altitude over the highway ahead of a pursuing police car. The object suddenly stopped, then veered and accelerated away. (Toronto Telegram, 9/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)

26 September 1967 20:15 –
Location unknown
A flying disc was observed from a car. One disc was observed by three witnesses, one of them an experienced observer (Creighton).

28 September 1967 –
Birch River Reservoir, Manitoba -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by one witness at a lake.

28 September 1967
Swan River, Manitoba
A cigar-shaped object was seen landing in a field. Later metallic flakes were found on the site.
Reference: Media.
Source: UFOROM; GARPAN

28 September 1967 13:45 –
Brandon, Manitoba -  
Objects were observed. Metallic traces found. Two fiery cone-shaped objects were observed by several male witnesses at an airport (Wall).

28 September 1967
Brandon, Manitoba
The airport staff saw a shiny object fall from the sky. Later, burnt vegetation discovery.
Reference: Media.
Source: GARPAN

28 September 1967 Night –
Halifax, Nova Scotia -  
Nocturnal lights were reported.

29 September 1967 –
Ontario -  
Photo. Explanation: Hoax.

September 1967
Morden, Manitoba
A farmer discovered a perfect ring trace of 15 feet in diameter with a ring outside 2 inches wide. The soil was dehydrated / browned. Branches were broken at 12 feet from the ground.
Reference: Henry McKay UFO Archives.
Source: GARPAN

September 1967
James River, Alberta
A circular ring trace of 32 feet in diameter was found.
Reference:?
Source: GARPAN

October 1967 –
Sudbury W18M, Ontario -  
Boy saw flying object come close to landing in field. Radio frequency interference: radio blacked out, also heavy radio frequency interference in wide area.

October 1967 –
Unity Nw, Ruth District, Saskatchewan -  
Landed remotely behind poplar thicket, disc-shaped object with silver on bottom, black on top, carried light on top right-hand side.

Fall 1967 –
Banff Natl Park, Alberta -  
A daylight disc was observed by a male witness (Mewburn).

Fall 1967 Evening –
Banff, Alberta -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses (Mewburn).

October 1967 22:30 –
Bathurst, New Brunswick -  
An object was observed. It buzzed a witness. One object was observed by more than two male witnesses for over 15 minutes (Ravigne, R).

Fall 1967 Daytime –
Lone Butte, British Columbia -  
A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed in a forest.

October 1967 18:30 –
St-Jean-Baptiste-De-Rouville, Quebec -  
Nocturnal lights were reported in a residential area.

October 1967;
Glencoe, Ontario
Night. Three adults and their children saw a cluster of unidentified red and white lights that seemed to be spinning as they apparently paced the witnesses' car. The lights then hovered over the farm when the car stopped, and then moved away. (London Free Press, Ontario, 10/12/67, copy in NICAP files.)

October 1967 Night –
Glencoe, Ontario -   Physiological effects were reported. One object was observed by more than five female witnesses (Erdely).

Mid-October 1967 Night –
Glencoe, Coad Farm, Ontario -   An object was observed from a car. One object was observed by eight witnesses on a road for ten minutes (Erdely).

Fall 1967 Night –
Maple Bay, British Columbia -  
Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Two objects were observed by one male witness for several hours (Hills; Horn).

Oct. 4, 1967;
Nova Scotia - Shag Harbor Crash/ Retrieval Incident
From early evening until 11:30 pm, numerous independent witnesses observed unexplained aerial activity. Near Sambro at 9:00 pm,  the captain and crew of a fishing boat saw four brilliant red lights in a box formation that appeared to be on or just above the water. Occasionally one would flare up so bright that it would cause an afterimage in their eves. The objects also were tracked on ship's radar. Between 11:00 and 11:30 pm, northwest of Briar Island, the captain and crew of a fishing vessel saw a brilliant white light the size of the moon. As they watched, three brilliant yellow lights emerged and formed a triangle around the larger light. The satellite objects then moved across the sky and back at high speed. Observations also were made by other vessels. Lower (southwest) portion of Nova Scotia, opposite Maine. Sambro is about 12 miles southwest of Halifax. During this same time interval 5 miles southwest of Weymouth, in the general direction of Briar Island, a policeman and three game wardens saw an orange-colored light just above the tree line moving silently and slowly with spark-like objects emanating from the light. At about 11:20 pm just west of Shag Harbor, teenagers in a car saw an object flying low, flashing four lights, one after the other, in a straight line. It appeared to be slowly descending at a 45 degree angle. When next seen, the object had impacted the water's surface 200-300 yards offshore. It drifted on the surface showing a pale yellow light. Boats were sent out to rescue passengers from a presumed downed airliner, but searchers found only a dense yellow foam. (Ledger and Styles, 2001, pp. 14-17, 21-44.)

Fall 1967 –
Woods Harbour, Nova Scotia -  
An object was observed. Electromagnetic effects were noted. One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by five male witnesses (Cameron, L). [NB: This is the Shag Harbour incident as reported in the Condon Report as Case 34]

In October 1967 Night - Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia -   An object was observed. Traces found. Multiple independent witnesses. One disc was observed by numerous witnesses (as reported to the police) on the ocean.

4 October 1967 23:10 - Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia -   Police incident.
At 11:20 p.m. Atlantic Daylight Time at least one and most likely two separate UFOs dove or crashed into the ocean near Bon Portage Island, in the area of Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia . There were at least a dozen independent witnesses to the event. Canadian Navy divers searched the area for three days but found nothing. This followed a series of six UFO sightings across Quebec and Nova Scotia beginning at 7:19 p.m., when Air Canada Captain Pierre Guy Charbonneau, flying between Sherbrooke and St. Jean, sighted an orange rectangular object followed by a series of smaller lights, followed by a sizeable explosion near the large object that turned into a big white ball-shaped cloud. The cloud turned red, then violet, and then blue. Two minutes later there was another explosion that turned into a second sphere which was orange in color. Like the first one it too eventually faded to blue. The smaller lights on the "kite tail" broke formation with the rectangular object and began to dance around the spheres like fireflies.

A little bit after 2300 an unknown object with four bright lights flashing in sequence and estimated at 60 feet in diameter, was observed hovering over the ocean near this small fishing village. Suddenly the mysterious object tilted at a 45-degree angle and then rapidly descended to the sea below. Next there was an explosive noise and a bright flash of light. Calls were made to the Barrington Passage RCMP detachment. Initially, the authorities suspected that a conventional aircraft had probably gone down, and so the immediate concern was for the rescue of possible survivors. When three RCMP officers first arrived, they could still observe the mystery object afloat about a half-mile out from shore. One of them, Constable Ron Pond had seen the UFO before it went down, and was baffled by its unusual appearance. Out on the ocean, the object gave a pale yellow illumination and there was dense yellow foam on the water. When a coast guard lifeboat and several fishing boats managed to get to the site, the object had submerged beneath the waters, although sulfurous smelling yellow foam continued to emerge from the waters, creating an estimated 80 ft wide and half a mile long slick on the surface. Investigators came up with the following discoveries: There was a secret military recovery attempt, it appears, at a site some 25 miles up the coast near the community of Shelburne Nova Scotia. Reportedly, the military secretly watched as another mystery object beneath the waters approached and seemed to be making repairs to the first. In the meantime, a Soviet submarine violated the then 12-mile international shore limit, in an apparent effort to get close to the action. But then the two mystery objects began to move off together, heading towards the Gulf of Maine, where they allegedly resurfaced and flew off, witnessed in the vicinity of Yarmouth, Maine. The same night as the Shag Harbour "crash" there were several other substantial UFO sightings reported over eastern Canada. A fishing vessel, with 18 men onboard (the M V Nickerson) observed four UFOs off of Sambro, Nova Scotia. They even had solid returns on their Decca radar. This occurred about a half hour before Shag Harbour. Also prior to Shag Harbour, the pilot and co-pilot of Air Canada Flight 305 westbound between Sherbrooke and St Jean, Quebec, reported UFO activity.

In early October 1967 - Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed on the ocean.

4 October 1967 Around 0400 –
Cornwall, Ontario -  
One object was observed by one witness (Riddell).

4 October 1967 19:19 –
Sherbrooke, Quebec -  
Air Canada 305 incident.

4 October 1967 Around 2300 –
Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia -  
Landed remotely

Early October 1967 –
Elliot Lake, Ontario -  
An object was observed. Electromagnetic effects were noted. One object was observed by several witnesses on a road.

Early October 1967 –
Blairmore N10M Gras, Alberta -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by two witnesses at a mountain.

Early October 1967 Daytime –
Bridgenley, Manitoba -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by one witness on a farm.

Early October 1967 22:00 –
Hays, Alberta -  
Object with many lights came close to sheep camp, shot straight up.

7 October 1967 20:00 –
Raspberry Ridge, Alberta -  
A flying disc was observed. Electromagnetic effects were noted. One disc, about 80 feet across, was observed by one experienced male witness in a forest (Hill). A noise was heard.

7 October 1967
Raspberry Ridge, Alberta
Forestry lookout Russel Hill had his second UFO encounter (see September 18, 1967) when he saw a green light coming from the south that then hovered stationary 500 feet from his cabin. The object was 75 feet across and looked like two bowls rim to rim with the green light coming from the joined rims. A rotating green light also came from the top of the object. Several holes or windows seemed to be on its sides. It accelerated at high speed to the NW, trailing exhaust flames.
Canadian UFO Report, Volume 1, #7, 1970, p. 27

10 October 1967;
Bow River Forest, Alberta
Time not reported. A forest fire lookout saw an oval object with a rim around the circumference and a green light on top. The light rotated, and when the object moved it turned white (color/motion correlation). The object hovered, then moved off and disappeared emitting four blue flames as it departed. (London Evening Free Press, Ontario, 10/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)

11 October 1967; 7:50 p.m. MDT.
Aldersyde, Alta
A woman reported that a dark oval object with a dome on one side circled above her car. The car's electrical system went dead during the sighting (EM effects) and restarted after the object departed. The witness felt cold (physiological effects) during the sighting. (Unidentified clippings from Calgary newspapers, copies in NICAP files; Rodeghier, 1981, p.37)

11 October 1967 19:50 - Aldersyde, Alberta -   A cowboy and a friend see an oval object with a dome; their car stalls.

11 October 1967 22:00 - Shelburne, Nova Scotia -   Object with row of 6 red lights, 55-60 feet long, 500-600 feet altitude, watched for 10 minutes. Lights disappeared, but reappeared as four lights in 45 degree angle formation.

11 October 1967 22:00 - Shelburne, Nova Scotia -   Object with row of 6 red lights, 55-60 feet long, 500-600 feet altitude, watched for 10 minutes. Lights disappeared, but reappeared as four lights in 45 degree angle formation.

13 October 1967; 1:50 a.m.
Elnora, Alberta
A locomotive engineer reported that his freight train was paced by an unidentified object for 30 miles. The object once came within 100 yards. was seen to be flat on the bottom with a dark dome-like structure on top (domed disc). It was estimated to be 40-50 feet wide and 15-18 feet tall. The underside was circled by brightly colored, blinking lights of red, yellow, orange, and blue-green (body lights) that seemed to be recessed into the object (not protruding). The bottom center had a large white light about 10 feet in diameter. A vapor-like light trailed the object. The engineer called the attention of other railroad employees to the object. Possible EM effect noted on radio. (Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, pp. 10-11.)

13 October 1967 02:00 –
Mirror E15M, Alberta -  
Benwick Cnr443 incident.

Oct. 13, 1967; Edmonton
1:50 AM. The object was sighted one mile N of Elnora by several of the train's crew. Elnora is about 35 miles SE of Red Deer. Engineer William (Ben) Benwick): "If I'd had a sling-shot, I could have knocked it down". It was an unidentified flying object that Benwick and other crew members of the CNR 443-North speed freight say followed them early that Friday morning. Mr. Benwick, of Calgary, said the object flew alongside the train at a distance of about 100 yards. On one occasion, he said it dived toward the train and came much closer. At first he had been reluctant to report the incident to a newspaper. "I thought everybody would take me for a nut," he said. He told The Journal that the train was going at about 50 mph at the time and that the UFO followed along. When they stopped at Alix to drop off a car, it stopped also and "Just hung there." It then followed the train all the way into Mirror. Benwick described the UFO as being a little more than the length of a boxcar in diameter, about 40 feet. It had colored lights around the rim which flashed red, green, orange, and yellow. Its top cone was black, and underneath there was a circle of glowing light, about 10 feet in diameter. "When we got to Mirror, I told the operator there about it, and he asked what I had been drinking. I told him: 'There it is, right in front of you,' and he just said: 'My God'." The CNR operator at Mirror, Larry Mazure, later told Mr. Benwick that the UFO hovered about 15 miles east of Mirror for two hours more before it left. The same night, Mrs. David Soppit, who lives about five miles west of Mirror, reported to The Journal that she had heard a humming or whirring noise, and when she looked out the window she saw an extremely fast moving light in the sky. The following night, the engineer of another freight train, Hubert Schmidt, also reported the sighting of a UFO.

Mid-October 1967 Pre-dawn –
Lake Champlain N, Quebec -  
Strange, circular object with a halo or glowing ring around it which moved at unbelieveable speed, almost straight up.

19 October 1967; 9:45 p.m. MDT.
Medicine Hat, Alberta
Five teenagers saw a disc with two white lights at one end and a red light at the other (body lights). The object appeared to be spinning. It swooped down from high altitude, leveled off, and moved away at high speed. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)

19 October 1967 20:00 –
Airdrie, Alberta -  
An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by three witnesses.

22 October 1967;
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Two real estate salesmen saw three brilliant, 2-3 foot diameter, pulsating red lights floating over a field, apparently body lights on a larger craft. A car stopped with six people who also saw the lights. Two similar objects (apparent craft with body lights) appeared, one illuminating the low cloud cover as it descended, and took up positions relative to the first object (rendezvous). The three objects then silently moved away in formation, changing positions to form a triangle. Through binoculars, they could see the shape of the craft behind the lights against the lighter background of the sky, resembling rectangular masses of black glass. Dipping and bobbing, the formation approached power lines, lighting the lines with a red glow as they flew by. They moved to a TV tower area, now appearing as three pulsating orange-red lights. After 5 minutes, the objects broke formation and flew away to the northwest in single file. Physical traces, including small footprints, were found in the field at the site where the object had been seen hovering. One witness reported a bad headache, leg ache, burning on the face, chills, and other physiological effects suggestive of exposure to ionizing radiation. (Bondarchuk, 1979, p. 47-50.)

22 October 1967 - Carman, Manitoba -   Objects were sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. Five objects were observed by three experienced male witnesses. [Suspect this is actually the Charleswood case]

22 October 1967 - Charleswood, British Columbia -   Tracks of tiny creatures discovered in field clustered with small pile of stones laid in circular heap, after 17 witnesses reported mysterious lights in area. [Error: Charleswood, Manitoba]

22 October 1967 03:00 - Westdale, Manitoba -   Hovered. A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by one female witness at an electric plant (Harding). [??? Westdale is the Charleswood case, but the story given in the source doesn’t match]

23 October 1967 Around 1000 - Westdale, Manitoba -   Objects were sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. An unidentified object at close range was observed by one experienced male witness for over three minutes.

22 October 1967; 7:45-8:00 p.m. CDT.
Humboldt, Saskatchewan
Two witnesses saw three lights that were about 4 feet in diameter. The two outer lights were orange/amber and blinked or flickered. The center light was a bright red inverted teardrop shape that moved up and down at regular 2-3 second intervals. The lights were seen intermittently for a half hour as they followed a truck, appearing to descend to within 3 feet of the road surface. The truck made a U-turn, and the lights reversed their direction so the truck was then following them. The lights moved away and blinked out. A few minutes later, one of the witnesses saw a dark object the size of a locomotive in a field. (Clausen report, NICAP files.)

22 October 1967 19:45 - Humboldt, Saskatchewan -   An object was observed from a car. One object was observed by two witnesses for under 30 minutes (Solar).

24 October 1967 21:45 –
Pense Nw7M, Saskatchewan -  
An unidentified object was sighted by mutliple independent witnesses, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses, a married couple, at a lake.

24 October 1967 21:45 –
Lumsden Se3M, Saskatchewan -  
Huge disc seen by teenagers, landed remotely.

24 October 1967, 9:00 pm
Lumsden, SK
Four teenagers were driving on a country road two miles SE of Lumsden. They saw an object in the NE sky, hovering over the prairie. They thought it was 40 feet wide, 10 feet high and shaped like two saucers joined rim to rim. It was described as brilliant red, with a black band across the middle. The object moved slowly E and disappeared as they drove north. They went to the police in Lumsden, where the hysterical teenagers reported what they had seen. An officer was dispatched to the scene and when he was three miles SE of Lumsden he saw a bright red object to his SE. It had flashing white lights. After three inutes it climbed into the cloud cover at a45-degree angle and vanished. After completing their report, the teenagers drove towards home along Highway 11. About a mile north of their original sighting, they saw another object. All they could see were two white lights flashing alternately on and off.
Source: RCMP Report, UFOROM files

24 October 1967, 9:30 pm
Holdfast, SK
A red object first thought to be the Moon was seen over Last Mountain Lake.
UFOROM files

25 October 1967 12:30 –
West Kootenay, British Columbia -  
Hovered.

Late October 1967 Around 1800 –
Lac La Hache, British Columbia -  
Looked like air rescue.

25 October 1967; 3:15 PM.
Wentworth Valley, Nova Scotia
Raymond Putnam, rear brakeman on "The Cabot" with Canadian National Railways, was travelling between Halifax and Moncton. He opened the upper half of the door on the left side of the last car, to get a breath of air and glanced up the side of the train by Wentworth Station and saw over the trees a UFO. At first he though it was something falling from the sky because there was green vapor billowing from the top of it that he later thought might be the exhaust end of the object when it was in flight. The UFO was tracking alongside the train at treetop level, negating Putnam's first impression that it was falling. The brakeman tried to watch it but at this point it was giving off such a terrific light or radiation that although it was daylight he had trouble looking directly at it. He put his hands up to cover his face and peered through his fingers, first with one eye, then the other. When he looked away, he had difficulty believing what he was seeing and would look again to reassure himself that he was not imagining it. Fascinated, Putnam continued to watch the UFO as it tagged along beside the train and sometimes just behind it, but still off to the side. Sometimes it would swoop upwards to the tops of the mountains a bit away from the train then would come back to it as the train clacked through more moderate terrain. As it drifted away it seemed to bank, like an aeroplane, "at a 45-degree angle with its rear-top end to the left and later rolled on to a quarter turn so the flat sides were up and down." Suddenly a jet dove down from a high altitude and converged on the object, coming up on it from behind and directly toward the "exhaust end" of the UFO. The object leveled out and a short thin exhaust issued from behind it. Strangely now the object began to elongate turning into a cigar shape, then a cigar shaped cloud, then a long cloud. The cloud/UFO accelerated away to the west and to the left of the sun with the jet in hot pursuit. Two other witnesses. 35 mins. Medical effects. (MUFON's Nova Scotia Director, Steve MacLean, Don Ledger) [See detailed report linked below]

28 October 1967 02:30 –
Sterling, Alberta -  
An object was observed from a car. One object was observed by one experienced male witness for three hours (Letkeman).

28 October 1967 Morning –
Bridgenley, Manitoba -  
A hovering object was observed. One red light was observed by two witnesses, a married couple, on a farm.

28 October 1967 20:15 –
Estuary, Saskatchewan -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by two witnesses on a highway (Heeg).

28 October 1967 20:55 –
Carlisle, Ontario -  
Animal reaction. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One object, about 20 feet across, was observed by two male teenage witnesses for over 15 minutes (Hewitson; Terpstra).

29 October, 1967  3:00 am
Vidora, SK
Three people in a car were driving east on Highway 13 when they saw a bright orange light that seemed to be moving towards them. It was shaped like a quarter moon and was moving close to the road. They turned and the object lifted up and headed north ahead of them. It seemed to travel the same speed as their car, and it seemed to be only about 30 feet off the ground. When they got home they watched it from a window and the object slowly turned white, gained altitude and was stationary in the sky for the next hour in the SE.
RCMP report; UFOROM files

29 October 1967  2:30 pm
Saskatoon, SK
About 13 miles NE of Saskatoon, an object was seen. It was elliptical, about 60 feet long, no protrusions and appeared to be shiny and metallic. It hovered over the trees for a few minutes, then rose up and disappeared traveling south.
Source: Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, October 30, 1967.

29 October 1967 19:30 –
Yorkton, Saskatchewan -  
An object was sighted by multiple independent witnesses that had an appearance and aerobatic performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. (Shingoose)

30 October 1967 21:00 –
Melfort, Saskatchewan -  
Approaching his home, Donald Marshall saw a light beyond it; upon getting a closer look he found a rectangular lighted panel about 4 feet high and 16 feet long, 12 feet off the ground, which looked like a large window in an object whose shape was not clearly seen, but perhaps 50 feet long. When he was 200 feet away in a bright spotlight came on, and he saw three small humanoid figures, the size of ten-year old children, coming from the machine. They moved very fast, were clothed in green uniforms, and wore some type of headgear. They disappeared into the darkness and the craft took off slowly, at about 5 mph. It moved at first (breaking some trees) into a gully, where it remained another 3 or 4 minutes. The total time during which Marshall observed the object was 18-19 minutes.

30 October 1967 22:55 –
Hundred Mile House, British Columbia -  
Objects were sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. Two objects were observed by more than three witnesses, two of them experienced observers, at a lake (Hills).

2 November 1967 16:00 –
Vernon, British Columbia -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by two witnesses (Wilson).

2 November 1967 Night –
British Columbia -  
One object was observed by one witness (Sten).

3 November 1967; 10:45 p.m. EST.
Verner, Ontario
While driving, a couple and their children saw an oval light that moved alongside the highway, crossed over it, crossed back and went out of sight. The object was described as turning on itself or turning sideways (rotation), like the beaters of a mix-master. (NICAP report form.)  

Early November 1967 21:30 –
Sowerby, Ontario -  
Brood mare dies of slit throat, jugular vein. Eerie moving glowing object in sky thought of as cause. Traces found. An animal mutilation, about 150 feet across, was observed by two male witnesses on a highway (Goodmurphy; Wolgenuth).

6 November 1967 Morning –
Rutland, British Columbia -  
An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by one male witness on a highway for 45 minutes (Fenig).

8 November 1967 Morning –
Sudbury, Ontario -  
An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object, larger than a star, was observed by five male witnesses, typical age 18, for ten minutes (Berube).

10 November 1967 17:50 –
Montreal, Quebec -  
Two objects were observed by ten witnesses (Scheldeman).

11 November 1967 02:30 –
Nanton S2M Hwy2, Alberta -  
Poor photo of multi-colored round object, flanked by a small circular object below and 15-20 small "arm-like protrusions" above, unattached to main object.

15 November 1967; 7:11 a.m. PST.
Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories
A weather observer at a local airport saw a spherical object glowing blue-green that moved across the sky, made a 90-degree turn, slowed down, turned around, and resumed its original flight path. The object then made another 90-degree turn and continued until lost from view behind clouds. (Letter from witness, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 3.)

15 November 1967 07:11 –
Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories -  
Weather Observer incident.

17 November 1967 17:45 –
Calgary, Alberta -  
David Seewalt, 13, started a 3 minute walk home at 1745, but did not arrive until 1830 when he dashed in and tried to hide under the bed, saying "I've been chased by a flying saucer!" He seemed to be in shock and one of his shoes was missing, found later in the road nearby. Five months later, he had a nightmare, after which he told his father he knew what had happened to the missing time. Under regressive hypnosis, the boy recounted having been abducted into a low flying UFO by means of an orange light beam; inside the object he was undressed and examined by a being with "a rough brown skin like crocodiles." It was assisted by at least 3 other similar creatures and they communicated with each other in voices that sounded "like a kazoo." Their hands had only 4 fingers. David was wheeled into an "operating like" room for the examination; at the conclusion, they put his clothes back on and beamed him back into the field where he had been abducted.

19 November 1967; 5:45 p.m. MST.
Calgary, Alberta
While walking home, a 14-year-old boy saw a silver-grayish object with flashing , multi-colored lights (body lights) around the center. The object was making a high-pitched sound. He ran home, discovered that 45 minutes of time was missing, and an abduction was revealed under hypnosis. (Bondarchuk, 1979, pp. 83-88.)

19 November 1967 Before 0100 –
Gull Lake, Saskatchewan -  
Brightly lit object hovered over field then landed. Large, circular burned area.

21 November 1967 04:00 –
Alliston, Ontario -  
An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation.

21 November 1967 04:15 –
Sarnia, Ontario -  
An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two experienced male witnesses (as reported to the police) for 30 minutes (Nicholson).

25 November 1967 –
McLeese Lake, British Columbia -  
A daylight disc was observed by a female witness (Beck).

28 November 1967;
High River, Alta
Cat. 3. Elongated blue-green object, sound like a "jet motor", flew by, after which lights, radio worked normally. (CUFOS report: See Rodeghier, 1981, p.39 [R,L] car).

28 November 1967 22:20 –
Aldersyde S1M Hwy1A, Alberta -  
At 10:20 p.m. near High River, Alberta a car radio began fading in and out and the headlights and dashboard lights dimmed. The witness then saw a bluish-green, elongated object to his left. It was quite fuzzy and no details could be made out. He stopped the car and heard a noise like a 'jet motor,' only very loud. The object continued traveling on a straight line towards the east and disappeared, whereupon the lights and radio then started operating properly.

29 November 1967 02:00 –
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia -  
Percy McBride saw a flashing object, the size of a station wagon, with two aerials, arrive from the east and land in a woods for 15 minutes. It made a clicking sound and a noise similar to six radio receivers tuned on different stations. It had a square, boxlike protuberance supported by a pole underneath.

29 November 1967; 2:00 a.m. AST.
Quinan, Nova Scotia
A man saw an object the size of a car with a rounded back, a pointed end, and two or three lights (body lights). It descended and landed in a clearing in woods for about 5 minutes. When the witness called out, the object took off quietly with flame and lights. While the object was on the ground, there was a sound like several radios on full blast all at once, contrasting with the quiet take-off including discharge of flame. (The Vanguard, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 12/6/67, copy in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 6.)

3 December 1967; 7:45-10:00 p.m. CST.
Wakaw Area, Saskatchewan
Numerous witnesses in several small towns saw four white or orange objects that appeared and disappeared over a 2-hour period. One object seen close up was orange, then white, and had a dome. It was estimated to be 30 feet in diameter and 15 feet high. Its light illuminated the area beneath it. Wakaw and the other towns are about 50 miles northeast of Saskatoon in south central Saskatchewan. (Saskatoon UFO Club report, NICAP files.)

3 December 1967 19:50 –
Crystal Springs Hwy20, Saskatchewan -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One domed disc was observed by two experienced male witnesses on a highway for two hours (Hrytzak; Kostiuk).

*Dec. 3, 1967; Ashland, NE
2:30 a.m. CST. A police patrolman (Herbert Schirmer) saw a hovering, bright aluminum, elliptical object estimated to be 15 feet tall and 20 feet wide with flashing red lights inside. The object rose to about 50 feet off the ground, then emitted a loud twanging noise followed by a beep which got faster, louder, and shriller. The object then shot up and disappeared in 3 seconds. While rising, it emitted a red-orange light beam toward the ground. Under hypnosis, the officer recalled EM effects on his vehicle, meeting with beings, and being on the craft. (Hall, 2001, p. 530-32, from: Blum and Blum, 1974, pp. 109-121; Gillmor, 1969, pp. 389-91; Story, 1980, pp. 318-19.)

7 December 1967; 8:00 p.m. CST.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
An 11 and a 4-year old saw a large red object that emitted a small fiery object about 8 inches in diameter with many swirling colors, especially green, pink, and white. The small object left a long streak behind it as it circled around the children at a distance of 18-24 inches and then disappeared. The larger red object disappeared at the same time. Similar reports were made to the police and to the Space Engineering Department at the University. (Report from Saskatchewan UFO club, NICAP files.)

13 December 1967; 2:00 a.m. MST.
Edmonton, Alberta
A motorist reported that a dome-shaped, metallic-appearing object with body lights around its edge hovered about 150 yards away. The car lights dimmed and the engine sputtered (EM effects). The witness's flashlight would not work during the sighting. (Rodeghier, 1981, p. 39.)

13 December 1967 –
Edmonton, Alberta -  
Dome-shaped object hovering, rocking, heat felt.
At 2:00 a.m. near Edmonton, Alberta, the lights of a car dimmed and the motor sputtered. The driver pulled to the side of the road and opened the hood. He then noticed a dome-shaped object hovering 150 yards away. It was metallic, had lights around the edge, and was about 50 feet high. He felt the battery of the car - it was warm. He got back in and watched the object, which rocked back and forth 10-15 feet but stayed over the road. During the next hour the car body began to heat up and even his hair got hot. His flashlight also wouldn't work. Finally the object shot straight up and disappeared from view in two to three seconds. The headlights came back on, but the motor could only be started with difficulty.

16 December 1967 17:20 –
Echo Bay E Hwy17, Ontario -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by three witnesses on a river.

23 December 1967 21:55 –
Vancouver, British Columbia -  
An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object, about 5 feet across, was observed by one male witness for 30 seconds (Martin).

30 December 1967 After 0300 –
Parson, British Columbia -  
A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by three witnesses.

1967
Grattan, Toronto, Ontario
Two rings were found on the shore of a lake. Grass was dried up, trampled and stunted.
Reference: Circular Evidence.
Source: GARPAN

1967
Willen, Manitoba
A 13-foot-diameter circle was found in a field of grasses, clockwise and counterclockwise rotations. In the middle, the trace was stripped with a shallow trace of 1 foot. Around the vegetation was curved clockwise on 3 feet, and then curved in direction counter-clockwise on 3 feet. After finding one of the traces, the farmer called the RCMP who came and investigated. Then five more circles were found. All were of the same size except one, twice as small.
Source: GARPAN

1967
Waterdown, Ontario
A ring of stunted grasses 8-10 feet in diameter and 12-15 inches wide was found behind a hut.
Reference:?
Source: GARPAN

Summer 1967
Village of the Manic 1 power plant (Côte-Nord), Quebec
"In the summer of 1967, in the village of the Manic 1 power station on McCormick Street, a UFO Landed in the back yard of a partner of my father. When my father learned the news, he took me and my sister to see if there were any traces. Once we arrived at the entered his backyard. The house was a duplex with 2 floors of the company, lawn and well-kept shrubs, the witness of this story that lived there was the installation supervisor of the McCormick power plant near the Manic 1 generating station. We could clearly see that something had occurred in his yard. There was four tracks of about 8-10 inches in the ground, outside the circle, evenly spaced making one square. In spite of the hardness of the land (because the soil of this region of Quebec is very firm) footprints were possibly 2-3 inches deep and measured about 18 inches in diameter. The grass in the center of the circle seemed burnt but not scorched. The center was more depressed while the circumference was less, as if the load in the center had been heavier. However in the whole court we felt that everything was dry ( "crunchy"). There was a large tree in the yard, perhaps 10 feet northeast of the track. The entire face of the tree seemed to have all its leaves burned, browned, parched and curled, while the back of the tree was still green. The back of the house also seemed to have been burnt. These are my best memories that I can remember. My sister and father also remember. The man who lived there finally denied his story and said that he had made a hoax. We think he feared for his work. [For my part,] I wanted to talk about it. It was not a hoax. I remember the name of the gentleman, but I do not know if he's still alive." (Translated by Donald Cyr and Yann Vadnais)
Reference: Reported to MUFON Miami, November 23, 2015; Albert Rosales; Donald Cyr.
Source: GARPAN


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