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    Default The Falcon Lake event: Canada’s most famous UFO encounter

    The story of Stephen Michalak and the ''Falcon Lake Encounter'' is one that will certainly leave you questioning the universe around you. It remains one of the most credible and well-documented cases in the world of a UFO sighting and is accepted as genuine by most UFO groups and investigators.

    On May 20, 1967 Stephen stumbled out of the bush after prospecting the area for precious minerals. Covered in burns and ripe with sickness, Stephen emerged with a wild look in his eye. He had witnessed something that few would ever be able to contest. Michalak was prospecting near Falcon Lake, when he spots two glowing objects hovering ahead of him. One takes off and the other lands just 150 feet away.

    According to Michalak, the silver craft is 35 feet in diameter and brilliantly lit. He's close enough to touch the object when it suddenly lifts off, knocking him flat on his back.

    Following the encounter, Michalak becomes very sick. Over the next few weeks, he suffers from severe headaches, nausea, weight loss, blackouts, and diarrhea symptoms pointing to a radiation burn. But doctors can't find anything wrong. Nine months later he collapses and finds burn marks in a series of dots on his chest. Michalak's doctor sends him to the Mayo Clinic for tests. Weeks later when Michalak's doctor tries to find out the results of the examination, the Mayo Clinic claims they have no such person on file.

    What makes the Michalak case so compelling, says Barker, is the detail and the documentation he has to back up his experience. Despite being scrutinized by countless doctors, reputable scientists, the RCMP, Royal Canadian Air Force, the Federal Department of Health and Welfare, and the Manitoba Department of Health and Welfare, no one has been able to prove or disprove Michalak's extraordinary encounter.

    The Falcon Lake sighting remains one of the most credible cases in the world and is accepted as genuine by most UFO groups and investigators.

    Michalak made no money from his fantastic encounter. He published a small booklet detailing his experience but it failed to make a profit. He paid for all of his medical expenses, but never received any explanation for his symptoms.

    He died in 1999.

    More of this story here:

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manit...Oo2egXEsVfa7_I

    Interview of Stephen Michalak in 1983 :

    https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/688978499926/
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