Go Back Report # 1295


1977 - At 1:15 a.m. Mrs. Florida Malboeuf, about 50 years of age, was sitting at her window on the Rue Casgrain in the city of Montreal, Quebec, when she saw an oyster-shaped, flat-bottomed metallic object with a row of white lights around its base. It came flying in from the north and landed on the rooftop of a three-storey apartment building across the street from her, only 60 feet away. Immediately two figures appeared on the roof; they were over six feet tall and thin, with long arms and they wore white one-piece uniforms with their heads covered with tight "bath helmets." They stood looking at the street, then at the sky, then they apparently returned to the object. A moment later they disappeared, and the UFO rose from the roof about 20 feet, and then flew off to the east. Her son Andre went over to the rooftop in question and found there a large elliptical-shaped crust of ice, 0.8 inches thick, and about 18 feet in diameter that was on top of the snow, evidently formed by the local melting of the snow. In relief on this plaque and going toward the façade of the building were four small, narrow footprints only 6.5 inches long.            

(Source: David F. Webb & Ted Bloecher, HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, case 1977-01, citing Marc Leduc & Wido Hoville, UFO Quebec).     

Reference for the above text is: Website: ufoinfo.com:      

UFOCAT PRN – 93673          
UFOCAT URN – 093673 John Brent Musgrave investigation files          
UFOCAT URN – 116812 HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A1701 by D. Webb, no © date     
UFOCAT URN – 144806 A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies by George Eberhart, #0917, © 1980          
UFOCAT URN – 151817 UFO Occupants and Critters by John B. Musgrave, no other information        
UFOCAT URN – 192398 UNICAT computer database by Willy Smith (820), #484, no © date  
UFOCAT URN – 176148 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 12551, © 2002        

North America – Canada, Quebec       
Montréal-Nord   Latitude 45-36-00 N, Longitude 073-37-00 W (D-M-S) [populated place]      
Reference: http://geonames.nga.mil/ggmaviewer/    

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