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Air traffic controllers report UFO sighting
 

Three air traffic controllers at Winnipeg International Airport reported seeing an unidentified flying object streak thorough the sky on 28 March 2004 at about 9.45pm.

“I don’t think this was the 5.15 from Mars on an approach, but certainly we have to classify it as unexplained. We don’t have any evidence to classify this as an extraterrestrial. It’s puzzling,” said Chris Rutkowski, a Winnipeg UFO researcher.

Rutkowski interviewed the three air traffic controllers who saw the object.

“It sounded a little like an airplane ... but they are convinced that it was not,” he said, adding that the object did not appear on the airport’s radar.

One eyewitness, who asked to remain anonymous, said the object looked like a bright red point of light travelling low in the south-western sky: “I don’t particularly believe in Martians but I have an open mind. There is something else out there,” he said. The object seemed to be flying at more than 400 kilometers per hour from west to east, “kind of angling away.” He watched the object for 30 seconds, until it “imploded into a smaller white light” before disappearing.

Another anonymous witness said he had no idea what the object was. “I’ve seen a lot of things and we can’t find an explanation for this,” he said.

Rutkowski said there were nine reports of UFOs that were similar in description from across Canada that same night, “so in this case, now we have very qualified multiple observers”.

According to Rutkowski, there are about 700 documented UFO sightings each year in Canada. (Source: Winnipeg Sun, Canada)

(Benjamin Creme’s Master confirms this sighting to be a scout-ship from Mars.)

From the June 2004 issue of Share International


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