Following the successful release of one of my previous books, ‘UFO: The Search for Truth’, I was inundated with international reports concerning strange entities flying through our skies.
Therefore, I thought the time would be about right to work on another volume addressing this enthralling situation.
UFO: The Search Continues was my latest book on this fascinating topic.
Nevertheless, not everything that remains unidentified resides in the skies above. Our deepest oceans hold many mysteries as well.
My attention was taken of late by reports that strange sounds were being heard in Canadian waters.
Canadian military probes mysterious Arctic pinging noise.
Most commonly defined as a “ping”, though sometimes given to be a “hum” or a “beep”, the furtive sound appears to be coming from the sea floor in the constricted Fury and Hecla Strait within Canadian’s isolated and freezing north.
Military sources say that so far they have been incapable of explaining the cause of the "acoustic anomalies", which have been said to be frightening wildlife in the region.
This captivating issue led me to recall Canadian USO reports that I had covered some time ago, including the following one within the pages of UFO: The Search Continues…
UFO/USO (unidentified submerged object) activity in the Quebec region
Lise resides in a coop building two streets away from the Saguenay River to the north. The following account is what she witnessed there.
“I was on the hill behind our coop with a neighbour. We had a full view of the river and the cliffs across from us. (Look-up the following coordinates – Riviere Saguenay – Riviere Langevin) It was 6.30 pm in summer when we saw an underwater light coming from the east. It was quite near the surface”. Lise told me that the “amazing” object did not generate any waves or wake! The lights stopped right below the cliff where the water is moderately deep at high tide. Once stationary, the strange object swiveled two beams of light around its top. These beams then formed a dome that the witnesses could easily see. Next the UFO/USO appeared to buoy up to the surface. Then the witnesses saw what Lise described as its “marquee”. “Lights after lights started to flicker one after the other – faster and faster – until the image of what we were actually seeing started to mimic the cliff behind it. It disappeared. We did not see it materialize elsewhere”, added Lise. The witness told me that later in 2012 she spoke to a woman who lives on the water's edge. This lady in fact mentioned that she had also seen these peculiar underwater lights at the exact location that Lise had seen them back in 2004. But this was ‘not’ the end of these extraordinary sightings.
Over successive summers Lise saw the following. “I’d see swiveling lights coming from the south, following the hill behind the coop (Google 2014 Nil Tremblay – Chicoutimi) and heading north to the cliffs – even saw one, following the cliff behind us entirely and heading towards the Langevin river.”
I of course welcome supplementary public reports of such bizarre sightings from this area.
In the fall of 2011 Lise saw something else. I shall again let her enlighten us in her own words.
“If you look at the coordinates of where the USO was (Google satellite), to the right of the cliffs, there’s a house on the most north-eastern tip of the Cape. Then more to the east, there are houses at the water’s edge. That’s where I saw a white cylinder type craft drifting along below the cloud cover.” Lise added that it was moving very slowly but steadily. She didn’t see where it could be heading but assumed that it was “cloaked”, in a similar fashion to other UFOs she had witnessed before.
I reiterate that the extracts above are from my last book, UFO: The Search Continues. This was written well before the latest reports of mysterious noises in the Arctic recently hit the headlines.
Something is definitely going on under our oceans and it seems that nobody actually knows what it is. If they do know they are certainly not telling us about it.
Pat Regan ©
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