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UFO Explodes over Saskatchewan, Canada




Date: 13 March, 2016.

Place: Saskatoon, Province of Saskatchewan, Canada.

On June 1908, an enormous explosion shook the ground of Tunguska, Siberia. Some press reports of that time affirm that at 600 km. away, the shockwave “knocked people off their feet”, and “broke windows”.

When the authorities reached the impact zone, they observed an area of 60 km2 that was defined as “totally devastated”. However, they were surprised by the fact that there was no trace of any crater.

In 2008, scientists from the University of Krasnoyarsk announced the discovering of “elements of an extraterrestrial device” in the site, which has revived the debate about this phenomenon.

In any case, it has to be said that not all unidentified objects falling from the sky have such devastating consequences. An example of this is the incident that took place in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. According to an report published on UFO specialised web page MUFON.com, on 13 March 2016, a “big explosion” was seen in the skies of the city of Saskatoon by a local resident called Hollis.

“I thought it was a mid-air plane explosion with fiery debris spreading out in many directions”, says the witness, “but it was gone by that short time (3-4 seconds)”. However, “I did not see a tail like one usually does when they see a shooting star” this man asseverated.

But he was not the only person who saw the object. “One Facebook friend in Saskatoon said her husband saw it and states: ‘Randy saw it too. He was up early watching T.V. and saw it out of the corner of his eye, and he said it looked very big’”.

Draw your own conclusions…

For further information: http://mufoncms.com/cgi-bin/report_handler.pl?req=view_long_desc&id=75188&rnd=

Long Description of Sighting Report

Looking out my second story window directly to the East (latitude 52ish)I saw a great big explosion in the sky. I thought it was a mid-air plane explosion with fiery debris spreading out in many directions. I yelped and my wife jumped up to look out the window with me, but it was gone by that short time (3-4 seconds). It was so close that I thought I would hear sirens shortly after and/or news of a plane crash. It was really big and so it might have been further away than I thought... could've been as far away as Manitoba or even Ontario. I did not see a tail like one usually does when they see a shooting star.

I notified the news agencies and searched online to see if anybody else saw it. One facebook friend in Saskatoon said her husband saw it and states "Randy saw it too. He was up early watching T.V. and saw it out of the corner of his eye, and he said it looked very big. We'll have to check the news tonight."

Thanks, Hollis.

P.S: Please note that Saskatchewan does not follow daylight saving time; they stay the same all year long and just move time zones. It was 0622 SK time.