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Celebrations For Shag Harbour 40th

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 10:13:00 -0400
Archived: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 10:13:00 -0400
Subject: Celebrations For Shag Harbour 40th

Source: The Yarmouth County Vanguard - Nova Scotia, Canada


September 23rd 2007

Celebrations Planned For 40th Anniversary Of UFO Sighting
Carla Allen
The Vanguard

Forty years ago on Oct. 4, 1967, RCMP officers responded to a
report of a crash landing of an unidentified object near Shag
Harbour. They observed a pale yellow light bobbing on the
surface for a while before it sank. Government documents
detailing the event said not a trace of the crash object was

The event continues to fascinate many today. To celebrate the
anniversary, a newly formed society has organized the Lighthouse
& UFOs 40th Anniversary of the Shag Harbour Incident.

Cindy Nickerson is the chair of the Shag Harbour Incident
Society, a group formed last fall to work towards the
construction of a permanent site for the display the history of
Shag Harbour, including the UFO incident.

The society's temporary museum is located opposite R & D
Nickerson Fisheries Ltd. in Shag Harbour and has received close
to 1250 visitors since opening in mid-June.

Nickerson says people are already inquiring about the UFO

"We had some people from Dartmouth, Halifax and the Valley
asking about it," she said.

The schedule is as follows:

Friday, Oct. 5:

10 a.m. UFO museum opens as usual. Local coral and fossil expert
Derek Jones will have a display at the Shag Harbour Community
Hall. His corals have been featured on a postage stamp.

4 p.m. Buffet supper at the Shag Harbour/Bear Point Fire Hall.
Local dishes - $6 adult and $3 for 12 and under.

7 p.m. UFO talks at Shag Harbour/Bear Point Fire Hall. $5 adult,
$2.50 12 and under. Local witnesses Norman Smith, Laurie
Wickens, David Cvet a Toronto UFO researcher and diver, Don
Ledger author and UFO researcher.

Ledger co-authored the book, Dark Object, and also wrote Flying
Triangles, Swissair Down, and Maritime UFO Files. He has written
other articles that have been translated into other languages
and been a guest on several TV and radio programs. Society
members recognize him as an expert on the Shag Harbour incident.

Saturday, Oct. 6

7 a.m. Lighthouse breakfast $5 adult, $2.50 child at the Shag
Harbour/Bear Point Fire Hall

9 a.m. Collectables sale at the Shag Harbour Community Hall.
Includes Avon bottles, dishes etc.

10:30 a.m. Norman Smith will lead a guided tour from ERMES to
gazebo. Ledger will meet the group at gazebo. Smith will tell
what he saw in '67.

12:30 p.m. Local expert on Seal Island Ronnie Kenney will talk
about life on this remote island.

2 p.m. Ledger will give a talk on UFOs at the Shag Harbour/Bear
Point Fire Hall.

The above three events cost $5 adult or $2.50 child.

11:30 a.m. The Bon Portage General Store will be selling lunch.
Lobster chowder, sandwiches etc.

An author from British Columbia, C. Anne Degrace will be
attending the festival. She is working on a fiction book
featuring Shag Harbour. Other Shag Harbour Incident Society
members will be presenting talks on UFOs.

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