Sasquatch, sea monsters and aliens: Ufologist suggests weird vacation spots in Manitoba – Winnipeg


On the lookout for a Manitoba summer time trip spot which may be barely off the crushed path?

You’ll be able to at all times hit the seashore of the cabin – or you’ll be able to take a look at a number of the extraordinary suggestions from homegrown UFO researcher Chris Rutkowski.

Rutkowski, the writer of quite a few books on UFOs, paperwork paranormal websites and occasions on his Ufology Analysis weblog, and he instructed 680 CJOB that Manitoba is residence to a lot of bizarre spots – from areas the place UFOs allegedly landed, to sea monsters residing in native lakes, and past.

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The writer mentioned one among his favorite lesser-known spots within the province is the Sam Waller museum in The Pas – residence to quite a lot of weird displays, most notably a solid of a sasquatch footprint taken by conservation officers and RCMP.

“Again in 1979, a number of folks had seen this large, black, bushy eight-foot man-beast up close to Gypsumville,” mentioned Rutkowski.

“There was hair discovered on barbed wire fences, and there was a posse that took a tranquilizer gun out to shoot the darn factor.”

After all, the most effective they acquired was the footprint, however Rutkowski mentioned the museum is nicely value a go to for different causes as nicely.

“It’s a really bizarre museum. It has unusual issues – it has Buck Rogers pistol rayguns that have been bought, it has a rocket that was shot up into area from Fort Churchill.  It’s acquired issues like a human appendix… I believe it has a two-headed calf.”


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If that’s too bizarre for you, why not have a swim in one among two Manitoba lakes which are – should you consider sightings going again to the 1930s – residence to sea monsters.

“Manipogo Provincial Park is northeast of Dauphin,” mentioned Rutkowski.

“It’s an actual jewel. It’s acquired a number of the greatest seashores, crystal clear blue water… and it’s a location the place lots of people say they’ve seen this lake monster, Manitoba’s model of Nessie.

“It’s a extremely lovely place and also you may be capable of see our model of the Loch Ness Monster.”

If there’s a Manipogo, there needs to be a Winnipogo. That monster can, allegedly, be discovered at Westhawk Lake.

Stefan Michalak’s sketch of the UFO he mentioned he noticed close to Falcon Lake in 1967.

Falcon Lake UFO Encounter / Fb

The crown jewel of Manitoba’s paranormal mysteries, although, could be the Falcon Lake UFO incident.

Rutkowski is an skilled on the subject. He co-wrote a ebook in regards to the 1967 incident – which noticed a neighborhood prospector mysteriously burned in an obvious flying saucer touchdown – with the person’s son.

The spot the place the person mentioned he witnessed the touchdown has turn out to be considerably of a pilgrimage for novice ufologists, with crowds converging on the realm for the Falcon Lake UFO Encounter Weekend in Could – an occasion that includes Rutkowski himself as a speaker.

“The location is visitable,” he mentioned. “You’ll be able to go into city and purchase t-shirts and hats and the entire thing.

The Falcon Seashore Ranch takes folks in on a guided tour by horseback, so that you get to be on horses, you get to be in a spot the place a UFO landed, see some lovely nation. It’s a pleasant tour on a pleasant summer time day.”

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