Go Back Report # 970


Waterhen Lake, Saskatchewan A Yellow Round Object Consisting Of 2 Disks

Date: July 25, 2006

Time: Around 2:30-3:00 p.m. (afternoon)

Message: Hi there, my family has vacationed at Waterhen Lake in the Meadowlake Provincial Park in Saskatchewan for more than 25 years. We returned this summer along with my wife's family for a week long vacation that consisted of tubing, skiing and fishing. Prior to us leaving Winnipeg, my wife had searched the web to find a good phone number that our daughter could contact us at in case of an emergency since our daughter was not going to be coming with us. My wife was surprised to find numerous reports that appeared to document bizarre sightings of strange lights coming out of Waterhen Lake. She printed off one of these reports made by an independent researcher from Lloyminster and took it along to show the other members of the family.

On Tuesday (July 25) afternoon, around 2:30-3:00, my son (he is 13 years old) and I were swimming on the beach in front of the M and N Resort when my son yelled to me, "Dad did you see that?"

He then quickly added, "What was that?" I asked him what he had seen and he described it as a yellow round object consisting of two disks with an orange colored center. He said that it had come out of the water and flown rather erratically in a vertical and sometimes horizontal fashion. When I asked him where it had come out of the water and how big it was he said that it was hard to tell but that it had been in the northeast corner of the lake and quite a distance away (possibly a km or two). He was rather shaken up since it defied any natural explanation that he could think of. He had overheard us talking about the reports of "UFO" sightings at Waterhen Lake but had not read the article that my wife had taken along. Later that evening we gave him the article and he was stunned to read that the description of the object from other sightings matched his sighting completely. The description that best described his was two "Frisbee like shapes, yellow and orange in color".

I am sending this to you so that you can add to your list of sightings. My son has developed a real interest in the paranormal and this has resulted in us having many very interesting discussions. The day after my son's sighting I talked to one of the owners of the adjacent Tawaw Resort and he agreed that the sightings at the lake are simply bizarre and beyond any simple explanation. The mystery continues. Sincerely. (Witnesses personal information removed)

Thank you to the people for the very interesting report.

This reference with thanks to: Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research Home - Phone 250 845 2189 email: hbccufo@telus.net Website: http://www.hbccufo.org HBCC UFO RESEARCH Newsletter At: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HBCC_UFO_Newsletter/
Plus a new domain name, HBCC UFO Research International:

HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO


North America Canada, Saskatchewan

Waterhen Lake Latitude 54-28-00 N, Longitude 108-25-00 W (D-M-S)

Meadowlake Provincial Park Latitude 54-27-00 N, Longitude 109-00-00 W

Reference: http://geonames.nrcan.gc.ca/index_e.php

Lloyminster Latitude 53-23 N, Longitude 110-00 W (D-M) [Alberta Canada]

Reference: http://www.skyscan.ca/LatitudeLongitude.htm

Tawaw Resort:

Located on the south end of Waterhen Lake in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Cabins are in a meadow lined with aspen, spruce and pine.

Reference: http://www.meadowlake.ca/general/tourism.html


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