By Chris Muise
In 1967, an unidentified object was witnessed above the ocean by many of the residents of Shag Harbour. Forty six years later, a new book chronicling that infamous night, and the effects it has had on those who were there, has launched.
Impact to Contact: The Shag Harbour Incident is a new book by authors and UFO investigators Chris Styles and Graham Simms, which is a follow-up to Styles' previous book on the Shag Harbour incident, Dark Object. The new book covers 20 years of investigations made by Styles.
“It was time again, between new research and things that hit the cutting-room floor the first time around, to do another work,” says Styles.
The Shag Harbour Incident, for those unaware, is a series of purported UFO sightings off the south shore of Nova Scotia on Oct. 4, 1967, where eye witnesses watched an unknown craft come down from the sky and submerge itself under the Atlantic Ocean. Searches were conducted, but no craft or debris were officially found.
“Dozens, even hundreds of people witnessed something coming down out of the sky that night,” says Simms. “All over the province, there were in fact separate sightings in addition to the Shag Harbour sighting.” . . .
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