information on UFOs
need to make a point about one of the last letters I sent
in Northern Life. In it, I mentioned the reported sightings
and radar tracking of a large object sighted at Inco during
the summer of 1967. It was an attempt on my part to convince
any former Inco employees to come out of the woodwork
and report to me what thay had seen that night, so long
ago. However, four vital pieces of information about the
sighting that could have jogged someone's memory were
omitted, making it impossible for any potential witness
to recognize the incident I was describing.
The UFO performed a double-circle around the middle stack,
which was witnessed by an employee in the plate shop.
There were approximately 30 or more witnesses to the event.
As the UFO left the area at a 45 degree angle above the
CIL building, it was picked up on radar and clocked at
speeds in excess of 22,000 miles an hour.
During its manoeuver, the object flew over the transformer
station, causing a 15-minute power blackout throughout
the complex. The power outage and the UFO sighting were
recorded in the superintendent's log book.
this power interruption cost the company a tremendous
amount of money and was also reported to the head office
in New York because of the loss of production. Back in
those days, no one would have reported this type of thing
despite these omissions, I still received plenty of UFO
reports, including a phone call from a man who said that
he and 10 other people had seen UFOs over Inco in 1954,
adding that 1967 was not the first year UFOs were reported
at Copper Cliff.
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