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The truth about Ufo’s and is now enthusiasts, and researchers will have a chance to comb through a vast trove of documents.

Chris Rutkowski, a Canadian science writer, and ufologist, has just donated his collection of over 20,000 UFO reports filed in the last three decades, and 10,000 of UFO-related documents from the Canadian government, and the University of Manitoba was announced in a statement.

A number of these documents relate to the so-called the Falcon Lake incident in Manitoba that Rutkowski is of the opinion, it is one of the most well-documented UFO cases in Canadian history.

“It makes even the Roswell” [the alleged flying saucer spotted in the state of New Mexico, in 1947, and, since the United States still do not recognize that something has happened in Roswell,” he told the CBC.

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According to Live Science, the Falcon Lake incident, the affected civil servants, as strange and difficult to explain.

It reportedly took place on May 20, 1967, and as an industrial engineer, Stefan Michalak was prospecting in the desert, and quartz, and silver, and was startled by a pair of geese that seemed to be agitated by something in the neighborhood.

Michalak looked up to see two cigar-shaped objects hovering about 150 meters away, a few went down, and it landed while the other flew. He explained that they had landed, they decided to take the approach of, approximately, 30 minutes later I noticed the smell of sulphur as he approached.

The dish was so hot that it burned through his gloves when he touched it, the story goes.

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When the object is rotated and sped away, Michalak and the hull was sprayed with a hot gas, leaving him with a first-degree burn on his chest. He was suffering from a headache, diarrhea, and blacked out for a couple of weeks after that.

Many years later, a piece of metal was found to be the possible landing site, and the tests showed it was highly radioactive.

The Canadian university has launched a crowd-funding effort to digitize the treasure trove of documents.

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