Stefan Michalak Faces UFO Near Falcon Lake, Canada Tauheed Ahmad December 27, 2015 Mysterious Things 1147 Well, on 20th May 1967, Stefan Michalak reportedly encountered a UFO near Falcon Lake, approximately 75 KM north of the Canadian/American border, a sort of resort and vacation town in Whiteshell Provincial Park. He was also an amateur geologist and he was close enough to touch the object but then, it abruptly lifted off, knocking him on his back. He stayed still for about a half hour, sketching the object. It was roughly 40 feet across, 10 feet high, and had a small dome on the top that was an additional 3 feet high. A blast of hot gas shot from these holes onto his chest, setting his shirt and undershirt on fire and causing him severe pain, and leaving burn marks in the shape of a grid. Stefan Michalak claimed to have been burnt by the object´s exhaust vent that was covered with a grid. However, it sounds very strange; the injuries are shown in this image below. Therefore, after this weird accident, he suffered from typical symptoms of radiation. It remains a real mystery to this day as to how he gained these injuries. Could the story really be true? Moreover, few has saw this in a really old UFO book, they’ve been talking about this for decades the real interesting part is adter all this time it hasn’t been debunked. Investigation team. Stephen Michalak is fourth from the left. (source My Encounter with the UFO by Stephen Michalak.) Photograph showing Michalak’s burnt glove, cap and shirt. Source from the cover of his book, My Encounter with the UFO. Related PostsThe Strange Poodle MothThe Mysterious Big Circles of JordanGibraltar Strange Airport, Where Runway Intersecting a RoadA Mysterious 800-year-old mobile phone was left behind by ALIENS in AustriaThe Mysterious Bolton Strid, UKShocking Photos of Halls of An AsylumUnique Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg Bigelow Ranch: The Strangest Place on EarthFirst Black Tomatoes helps in Fight CancerHow To Make Glow In The Dark PaintWintery Wonderland of Central Park Incredible Close Up of Frozen Bubbles Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.