St. Augustin – Everyone talks about the Roswell Incident. But very few know that there was a second crash that same day. It’s just over a two hour drive between the two, but St. Augustin in not as well reviewed a UFO crash site, according to Olav. “People saw stuff, but not a lot of people have come forward to discuss this case. Even Jesse Marcel never talked about this case, when discussing Roswell. Marcel had the credibility to discuss Roswell, and be paid attention to. But no one had that type of credibility to come forward to talk St. Augustin. Roswell was more documented than St. Augustin. Something crashed! And if something crashed, there’s debris and evidence of a crash. No one talks about St. Augustin, because they locked it down. There’s a lot less to work with, but we know it happened on the same day and potentially part of the same event.” This crash site was heavily studied by both the late Dr. Stanton Friedman and the late Art Campbell. The theory is these two craft may have collided in mid air causing one to crash in St. Augustin and the other in Roswell. Roswell got all of the attention because of the eye witness accounts.
Phoenix Lights – On March 13th, 1997, something big flew over Phoenix, Arizona and the surrounding areas. Tens of thousands of people watched through the evening as lights, a couple miles wide, started lighting up the sky. 9-1-1 was going crazy as people were reporting strange craft and balls of light in the sky that were unexplainable. No one seemed to know what was going on? Military bases in the area were on full alert. Fighter jets were scrambled. But the craft(?) just seemed to disappear as quickly as it appeared. The next day Governor Fife Symington held a press conference, walking an ‘alien grey’ in front of the media, saying they’d caught the culprit. Although this move seemed to backfire on him. Years later, he’d finally admitted to being a witness to it all. Olaf believes this one needs more involvement and time to look into, “Governor Symington minimized an experience people had to his citizens’ detriment. There were over 100,000 eye witnesses including actor Kurt Russell who reported the craft to air traffic control while flying his private plane. Governor Symington downplayed this event because he was likely trying to make ‘somebody’ happy. Governors have political aspirations and I think someone asked him to down play it. It’s a conspiracy theory that makes the most sense. This case needs more investigation because of where it was, how many people saw it, along with the size of it. We need hard core analysis of the photos and videos. I think if we really messed with the tape with today’s technology, we could see the craft in the video.”
Falcon Lake – Maybe it’s because of the location, but this incident has some of the best recorded evidence, that most of ufology doesn’t even know about. In May of 1967, Stefan Michalak was walking along Falcon Lake in Manitoba. The amateur geologist was prospecting for silver and quartz. But an ‘other’ thing that was silver caught his attention. He saw two cigar shaped objects. One flew away, and one descended to the ground. Believing it was some sort of military project, Michalak sketched it for nearly half an hour before summoning the courage to approach the object.. He said it smelled like sulphur. The door to the craft was open, with bright lights inside, when he looked in. He yelled inside to see if someone would respond, but no one did. Touching the craft melted fingertips of his gloves. Then the craft started to take off; Michalak was blasted in the chest which pushed him backward, setting his shirt and cap ablaze. Phillips notes, “There’s trace case evidence that still exists today. Mr. Michalak didn’t just see the craft, it physically burned him. That’s strong evidence. This case gets overshadowed because it happened in Canada. If this case had happened in the USA, it would have been easier to investigate, and there would have been numerous books on it. That would have generated more material and research. Canada doesn’t have the ufology strength that the United States has, for whatever reason. We have human evidence that needs to be opened up, especially with the current technology.”
O’Hare Incident – November 7th, 2006, something strange happened over America’s busiest airport. A group of twelve employees noticed a flying saucer hovering over one of the gates. The craft was believed to be about 24 feet in diameter. The incident at Chicago O’Hare was initially covered up by the FAA and United Airlines until the Chicago Tribune won a FOIA request saying indeed a United Airlines supervisor called the FAA to discuss the UFO. Witnesses say the craft shot straight up into the air, punching a round hole into the clouds. Olav Phillips recalls, “There were so many professional witnesses. There was radar There was air traffic. There’s so much evidence to go through. Dozens and dozens of pilots; professional, well-informed witnesses who have never come forward. This one has been blown off because there’s potential of losing one’s job. For fear of becoming a joke, people don’t want to come forward. Most pilots, if you talk to them, will tell you they’ve never seen a UFO, but they’ve seen weird stuff in the air. You just see it, and you keep flying. You don’t report it because of fear of being grounded and losing your job.”
Cisco Grove – A weird one here from the dense forest of California. Back in the fall of 1964, 26-year old Donald Shrum was out hunting deer. But he got a lot more than he bargained for, according to Olav. “This was a battle between a man and an ET robot, where Shrum was shooting at it with arrows from up a tree. It’s unique, because most people who have an interaction with UFOs are victimized by them. But in this case, Shrum fought back. If he indeed shot that thing with arrows, he mechanically damaged it. With any mechanical system there would be fluid and material left behind. Same thing with a car wreck. These materials could be scientifically analyzed.” This incident lasted approximately twelve hours. All he had to survive with were his outdoor prowess and his bow and arrows.
JAL 1628 – November 17th, 1986, a Japan Airlines 747 cargo flight travelling from Iceland to Japan was side by side with a pair of UFOs over the skies of Alaska. Radar showed no other aircraft around the 747, when it reported in to Anchorage Air Traffic Control. The crew, led by Captain Kenju Terauchi, an ex-fighter pilot with more than 10,000 flight hours of experience, witnessed this incredible event. Cruising at 35 thousand feet, the 747 came in contact with two objects. Japan Air Lines, shortly after the incident, grounded the crew for talking to the media about this incident But there’s more to this according to Olav, “There’s lots of evidence! Pilots saw it. Flight engineers saw it. There are radio traffic records on it. You know they save that stuff. Given where it was, there should be records at military bases like Elmendorf and Kodiak. That entire corridor is heavily radared because of the close proximity to Russia, and back in the day, the USSR. This should have been on radar which means this would involve NORAD.”
Prince George Lights – Three hours north of Spaced Out Radio headquarters is the city of Prince George, British Columbia. This city in the middle of the B.C. forest is a blue collar logging town, but many there have eye witnessed strange sightings from Bigfoot to UFOs. On January 1st, 1969, dozens of residents of the then population of 30,000 witnessed strange lights glowing over the town. Here’s an RCMP report on the incident:
There was no sound. Only lights, that seemed to move from 2 thousand to 10 thousand feet. Olav believes this is one of those great cases that we know very little about, considering where it happened. Canadian stories don’t get proper investigation. “One of the things about Canada, is that Canada is a vector for things to come over the North Pole. Canada is heavily monitored by radar. That airspace is heavily monitored by Canadian and American radar. There’s probably evidence hidden away in archives of them watching it. Even though it happened January 1st, 1969, it was not likely a small fireworks show; it would not hover over the city as this did. And any firework is not going to travel up to 10,000 feet. The altitude makes it fascinating.”