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Files obtained from the National Archives of Canada:

The following account is from the actual transcripts of sightings filed with, first, the National Research Council, and finally, archived and microfilmed by the National Archives of Canada. The National Research Council maintained a file of unidentified aerial phenomena (UFOs) under a category titled: "Non-Meteoric Sightings". UFOs referred to below are "unidentified flying objects"... unidentified to the observer. They may be nothing more than misidentified natural objects, but read these accounts and try to imagine what kinds of natural objects could lead to the following reports.

UFO SIGHTED BY 4 RCMP OFFICERS IN SASKATCHEVAN, 1975:

NRC LIB OTT
13-15 REGINA S/DIV APR19
PRIORITY/PRIORITY MJ APR19 UNCLAS

NRC METEOR CENTRE
INFO NANFOREHEG
COMMISSIONER OTT

MJ11

SUBJECT: UFO REPORT

A. Date/Time: 18 April 75. 9:30 pm to 11:45 pm Central Standard Time

B. Weather/Atmospheric Conditions: Sky clear with scattered clouds

C. Prime Witness(es): Observers: Mr. ---- , Miss ----

D. Location: Township 18, Range 25, west of 2nd Meridian

E. Other Witness(es): (Names withheld: 1 Cpl. and 3 Constables all from Moose Jaw Det. R C M Police)

F. Description: High intensity white light, no shape discernable, altitude varying from below cloud level to above cloud level. Single object observed to move from west of Moose Jaw to approx 30 miles NW of Moose Jaw during time of sighting.

G. Duration: Duration of sighting approx 2 hours.

H. Other Information: Check with Regina ATC showed no radar contact with object. UFO observed until Air Canada flight from Regina to Edmonton reached approx location of object at which time it disappeared. Aircraft lights and UFO observed in same general area immediate prior to disappearance.

Moose Jaw Det R C M Police

BT

Report N75/043 000089 Reel T-1742


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