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UFO Crash Reported in Manitoba Denied by Canadian Forces

In response to reports this week of mysterious lights over Jackhead Reservation in Manitoba, Canada, a possible UFO crash into Lake Winnipeg and military forces on snowmobiles pulling a large disc out of the lake, a spokesperson for the Canadian Forces said it was just a military training exercise. Really?

On the night of Wednesday, February 18, reports began appearing on social media of lights over Lake Winnipeg. These were followed by Facebook posts by a Brent Mancheese:

UFO crash reported on the Jackhead reserve in Manitoba, Canada. Apparently the Canadian Military have vehicles lined up on north shore. They are threatening anybody who tries to take pics…lots of eye witnesses. Thur is round object being hauled across the lake being pulled by snow mobiles and bombardier … Something was seen going down by 8 fishermen they reported it…why would they not let the media know if it was a plane crash.

Trucks and police vehicles arriving at site of crash

Trucks and police vehicles arriving at site of crash

Another report had some bad news about one witness with a camera:

Apparently a disc shaped craft was seen crashing through the ice on the lake, at least one person got photographic evidence but has since been detained by the Canadian military.

Ah, the Canadian military. According to Lt.-Col. Paul Davies, commanding officer 38 Territorial Battalion Group, about 150 military personnel were at the frozen lake taking part in Exercise Arctic Bison 2015, a training program for dealing with emergencies in harsh environments. Emergencies like a UFO crash? Not so, says Davies.

There’s no aliens, just my friends in the air force who are out there helping us on this exercise … that was not a UFO …

So what was it? Davies said it was an airplane with quick takeoff capabilities.

From a distance it may have looked like it was going straight up in the air, but it wasn’t.

An airplane taking off from a frozen lake? What about the crash? What about the disc? What about the photographic evidence? What about the witnesses?

What really happened at Lake Winnipeg this week?

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  • Peter Phillips

    i heard they had a gun fight with an alien, and took its children hostage for “space bucks”

  • Suzie Emerson

    ha ha lol

  • doctorBones

    Dunbest thing I ever heard. Atheists have killed way more people (around 100 million – see Stalin, Pol Pot, Kim, etc) in the 20th century alone than all religions combined though most of history. Nothing is less evolved than your irrational prejudice against religion.

  • stormy_skye

    the CBC Manitoba online carried the story on the 19th. Didn’t read anything about it in any of the other local news

  • Paul Cunningham

    it really was a ufo,and the occupants inside had to killed,,now we have our roswell here in Manitoba country

  • Archie1954

    If it were just normal routine, there would be no restriction on photo taking nor would there be the detaining of a photographer.

  • Catchya liars

    I have footage and pics taken from the start to end of these events. I know what and why they are there… They lie.

  • Someone needs to send a drone out there!

  • nick

    it doest mean they’re milenias more advanced than us, they could be just a few hundred years more advanced and they didn’t figure out our atmosphere or gravity who knows? maby there system didn’t co-operat with our air or something

  • EdwardG42

    You’re lying, and it is easy to prove you are lying.

  • hans

    You’re the man! Best explanation so far.

  • Justin Peeler
  • chris
  • chris

    perhaps its our atmosphere? They can be from different planents with unknown elements to us, as we have unknown elements to them, different tempratures etc..maybe their machinery is not compatible in our planet thus causing it to crash? just because they travelled all the way here does not make them invincible

  • R. A.

    Um. Our existence–the existence of everything, really–is the evidence. Some people interpret it as evidence for some sort of supreme being or creator. Others interpret it as being a result of an incredibly improbable string of coincidences and happenstance. Both interpretations are so incredibly unlikely that choosing one over the other is a matter of personal preference. Neither choice is any more or less “rational” than the other.

  • R. A.

    ….and yet you didn’t actually provide said proof.

    Seems legit.

  • R. A.

    So you think religion is not psychological?

    Also, are you implying that killing a hundred million people in one century because or for “psychological” reasons or beliefs is somehow less distasteful than killing several millions over two millenia for religious reasons?

    …..who’s argument is weak, again?

  • By what right did the military arrest a canadian citizen for taking a photo? It is sickening to see lies and deception yet again about this important subject. That this guy Lt.-Col. Davies thinks he can pooh pooh it away is insulting. It is criminal to withhold information that is of scientific interest.

  • R. A.

    We also know for certain that the “ufo crash” trope is actually seeded into public dialogue on purpose by intelligence agencies as a disinfo and distraction campaign when they have an incident with one of their toys.

  • R. A.

    No no NO!! That is dangerously incorrect. The grays are the larval stage of the Insectoloids; they will not protect us

  • kazjar

    Hey, no problem. First, I like the coincidental aspect of the universe as it’s random. There’s no meaning behind it, no creator whose reasons or whims we have to figure out. And it eliminates that vexing question of who or what created the creator and so on. One could stop at the idea of one creator who created the universe but why not just stop at the universe exists. I guess one could look at the laws of the universe (physics, chemistry, etc.) as a type of god but, although science hasn’t figured all of them out (and I don’t pretend to understand all aspects of them) these laws seem pretty defined, not sentient, amoral and disinterested in humans or any other beings. I don’t mean that in a bad way just that, eg, gravity is not sentient or good or bad or judgemental – it just is.
    As for being thankful I think it’s ok to be thankful whether there is or isn’t any meaning to life or if god does or doesn’t exist. We don’t always have to be rational. Same as doing good, it’s just the right thing to do. That may be subjective and not obvious at times but that is the cool thing about humans, we’re striving to figure things out.
    I don’t know if that addresses some of your questions and I may sound mixed up at times. Usually, I formulate most of these thoughts through my inner monologue and don’t discuss them all that often

  • R. A.

    No, that was a great answer! Thanks for taking the time. I have to say it’s fascinating that the lack of meaning appeals to you. So many people seem interested in “finding meaning” to their lives, is that not something you look for? I ask because if the universe is meaningless, then so are we, yes? There is no meaning to life in a meaningless universe.

  • kazjar

    Yes, there is no meaning to the universe or us. It and we just are. Life is absurd as the existentialists would say and I agree.

  • R. A.

    Ah. So the universe is meaningless, but the individual can supply meaning to life? This is also what existentialists say, I think.
    But this sort of wholly subjective meaning is, in the end, meaningless. An illusion.

    Fascinating.

    What about consciousness? In a coincidental universe, is consciousness also an illusion? A neurological epiphenomena?

    P.S. I keep asking questions because you continue to answer. Feel free to tell me to shuck off anytime, lol.