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X-FILE No. C055
RCMP and PILOTS SEE BLUE UFO
ISLAND FALLS, SASKATCHEWAN
Wednesday August 20, 1952 (Page Three of Four)
Intelligence Sightings of Unkown Objects Reel T3291
Record Group 24 Volume 17988 HQC-940-105 Part 1
See also: X-File C076

Several witnesses, including RCMP officers and Pilots, see a UFO that was sighted in Saskatchewan at Island Falls, Whitesands and Lac La Rongen to Flin Flon, Manitoba that was blue in colour and left a large "S" vapour trail. This is the third page of a four page Project Second Storey UFO Sighting Report. Note the number of witnesses in section 23.

Official thanks to Barb Campbell of NWSURC for help with this Document.

    - 3 - 20. Description of noise, if any: ..........................NIL.......................................... ....................................................................... 21. Weather conditions: (A) Clouds: Very Ligth Cld bank on distant south Horizon (B) Visibility: Good (C) Precipitation: NIL (D) General Remarks: Humidity: 77 ---- Temperature: 58 ....................................................................... 22. Was the object flying above, below or in and out of cloud? ..............No cloud................................................. 23. Did anyone else see the object? if so names, and addresses: ....[NAME CENSORED] Island Fall Saskatchewan........................... ....[NAME CENSORED] Island Falls RCMP Flin Flon Man.................... ....[NAME CENSORED] Whitesand Sas. Island Fall......................... ....[NAME CENSORED] Whitesand Sas...................................... Pilot fORm HBM & S Co. Flin Flon Man............... ....[NAME CENSORED] Pilot for HBM & S Co. Flin Flon Man................ Lac La Rongen Sas.................................. 24. Is there other contributory evidence: (Photograph or electronic -- etc) .........NIL........................................................... ....................................................................... 25. Any other details (including sketch if possible) ..........NIL......Object iself not seen, came from SW, directly over Island Falls, made turn to NW, proceeded to Whitesand, made turn to SW, proceeded to original line of approach, turned NE again until over Island Falls, then made another NW turn andparalleling its former course to Whitesand but slightly South of it, it disappeared. Observer would not estimate distance of end of vapour trail This trail was observed from Lac La Ronge, 120 miles of Island Falls and also from XXXXX a point approx. 50 miles North of Flin Flon Man. C O N F I N D E N T I A L -------------------------

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