Go Back Report # 958
03-10-2006

40.
Location: Off Anse de Miquelon1, Saint Pierre & Miquelon Islands       
Date: March 10, 2006               Time: 2132    

Two brothers had anchored their small vessel in Saint Pierre Harbor and while one of them went ashore for some food and drink, the other remained behind observing the ocean. When the other one returned to the vessel at 2210, he found his brother in a terrible frightened state. After calming him down, his brother told him that he had seen strange lights flying low over the ocean. He then saw the lights emerging from the ocean and flying near the water. Minutes later the lights, which flew in a triangular formation, approached the vessel as he watched stunned. Suddenly a bright light shone on him and he felt being held down by a great force. He remembered seeing several humanoid creatures standing around him. He couldn’t see their faces but remembers being in a circular room very brightly illuminated by white light and filled with what appeared to be a gaseous mist. The creatures held his hand and examined his body with metallic chrome-plated objects. He fell asleep and suddenly woke up on the prow of the vessel.         

HC addendum 
Source: http://ufocasebook.conforums.com                            Type: G         

Reference for the above text is: Albert Rosales’s CD: Humanoid Reports of 2006. 
Retrieved from Albert Rosales’s disc June 23, 2012.  

UFOCAT PRN – NONE

North America - Saint Pierre & Miquelon Islands2          
Anse de Miquelon     Latitude 47-06-25 N, Longitude 056-22-09 W (D-M-S) [bay]     
Île Miquelon              Latitude 46-57-59 N, Longitude 056-19-40 W [island]   
Port de Saint-Pierre  Latitude 46-46-38 N, Longitude 056-10-11 W (D-M-S) [port]    
Île Saint-Pierre          Latitude 46-47-04 N, Longitude 056-11-53 W (D-M-S) [island]  
Reference: http://geonames.nga.mil/ggmaviewer/    

Note 1: The Anse de Miquelon is toward the northern part of the island of Miquelon, not the island of Saint-Pierre. The word “anse” translates to “small bay” or “handle,” and the Anse de Miquelon makes what could be considered a bay or harbor in itself, as the “handle” is an almost complete “C”-shape. The island of Saint-Pierre is south-southeast of Miquelon, so if the witnesses were in Saint-Pierre harbor (presumably on the island of St. Pierre), they would have been quite a distance from the Anse de Miquelon.     
See:
http://mapcarta.com/19197522 

Note 2:
Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France, situated in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean near Canada. It is the only remnant of the former colonial empire of New France that remains under French control. …The archipelago of Saint Pierre and Miquelon is composed of eight islands of which only two are inhabited.           
Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Pierre_and_Miquelon  





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