The Canadian UFO Report - Dundurn

The Canadian UFO Report

The Best Cases Revealed

Published May 2006

Description

The Canadian UFO Reports is a popular history of the UFO phenomenon in Canada, something that has captured the imaginations of young and old alike. Drawn from government documents and civilian case files - many previously unpublished - the book includes a chronological overview of the best Canadian UFO cases, from the very first sighting of "fiery serpents" over Montreal in 1662 to reports from the past year. There are chapters on the government’s involvement with UFOs, UFO landing pads, media interest, and even UFO abductions.

What were the "ghost airplanes" seen over the Parliament Buildings in 1915, or the flying saucers seen by military officers over Goose Bay Air Force Base, Newfoundland, in the 1940s and 1950s? Was a prospector burned by a UFO in Manitoba in 1967? Did a UFO crash off the coast of Nova Scotia? Was Quebec invaded by UFOs in 1973? Find out here.

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Contributors

Chris A. Rutkowski

Chris A. Rutkowski is a science writer who has devoted much time to investigating and studying reports of UFOs, writing about case investigations, and offering his insights into the broad UFO phenomenon. Two of his previous books published by Dundurn, Abductions and Aliens and The Canadian UFO Report, were national bestsellers. He lives just outside Winnipeg.

Geoff Dittman

Geoff Dittman has contributed to the Canadian UFO Survey for the past ten years. He has a Commerce degree and an accounting designation, and currently works in the insurance industry.

Book Details

Paperback
May 2006
6x9 in
344 pp
9781550026214
ePub
May 2006
-
236 pp
9781550029000