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The Attack on Ufology’s Isaac Koi

The Attack on Isaac Koi

     Isaac Koi is a well-known researcher from the UK working to preserve and share UFO literature and documents, with the stated purpose of making them freely available to all. Isaac is known personally by a few trusted colleagues, but uses a pseudonym while
By Curt Collins
Blue Blurry Lines
12-4-16

working in the UFO community in order to protect his career. Recently, exposure of his identity has been threatened, causing him to announce that he was leaving UFO research.

Here’s how it came to be.

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The Attack on Ufology’s Isaac Koi

The Attack on Isaac Koi

     Isaac Koi is a well-known researcher from the UK working to preserve and share UFO literature and documents, with the stated purpose of making them freely available to all. Isaac is known personally by a few trusted colleagues, but uses a pseudonym while
By Curt Collins
Blue Blurry Lines
12-4-16

working in the UFO community in order to protect his career. Recently, exposure of his identity has been threatened, causing him to announce that he was leaving UFO research.

Here’s how it came to be.

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Thousands Of Ufos Seen In Manitoba Over Two Centuries

Thousands Of Ufos Seen In Manitoba Over Two Centuries
By A sketch from a famous UFO sighting in Falcon Lake, Man. in 1967. (Credit: National Archives)

By Shane Gibson
metronews.ca
7-16-15

     A Winnipeg-based UFO researcher has combed through years of data and determined unidentified flying objects have been spotted more than 2,000 times in the skies over Manitoba in the last 200 years.

Chris Rutkowksi has been researching reports of UFOs across Canada since the 1980s and has prepared the annual Canadian UFO Survey for the last 25 years.

This year he also decided to probe historical records, American and Canadian military and government documents, media reports, and private databases in his home province and published the findings on his Ufology Research blog this week. . . .

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UFO Crash Hoax Mushrooms on Social Media

UFO Crash Hoax Mushrooms on Social Media

By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
2-23-15

     Internet and social media sites apparently escalated “news” of a Canadian UFO crash at Jackhead First Nation February 18, 2015. The original story was a gag, according to Canadian UFO Researcher Chris Rutkowski, but details continued anyway.

Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) Assistant National Director Stu Bundy quickly chased down the UFO crash details and discovered it was a hoax.

Canada’s CBC News was in touch with Canadian military who reported that the Manitoba sighting report was actually an airplane from a training exercise.

Read the complete CBC story here. . . .

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25 Years of UFO Sightings in Canada

25 years of UFO sightings in Canada

By The Canadian Press
8-15-14

      The truth is out there, and for those who believe in aliens, a new report is out there, too.

A Winnipeg group called Ufology Research has compiled and analyzed reported UFO sightings across Canada over the last 25 years.

It says almost 15,000 celestial oddities have been spotted since the group started collecting data in 1989.

One of its Top 10 strangest sightings came from a woman in Montreal in 1977.

She said she spotted a flying saucer land on a roof across from her home along with “two spindly creatures in tight-fitting suits.” . . .

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Nearly 700 UFOs seen in Saskatchewan Over 25 Years

Nearly 700 UFOs seen in Saskatchewan Over 25 Years

By Jason McClellan
OpenMinds.tv
8-4-14

     The Canadian province of Saskatchewan is rife with UFO sightings.

UFO researcher Chris Rutkowski from the group UFOlogy Research told Canadian daily newspaper Metro, “Saskatchewan is very well represented in UFO reports over the past number of years.”

UFOlogy Research compiles UFO sighting data to publish an annual Canadian UFO Survey. The 2013 Canadian UFO Survey showed that more than forty percent of Canada’s 2013 UFO reports were in the province of Ontario. And the typical sighting lasted approximately thirteen minutes. But the most interesting detail reveled by the 2013 data was that approximately fourteen percent of Canada’s 2013 UFO reports were classified as unexplained. . . .

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