Pure Silver Glow-in-the-Dark Coin – Canada’s Unexplained Phenomena. Shag Harbour – Mintage: 4,000 (2019). Black light technology adds a sci-fi glow to the RCM’s depiction of Canada’s Roswell’. This UFO coin is a re-telling of a widely witnessed event that took place 1967 (the same year as the Falcon Lake Incident). The vertical design conveys a feeling of awe as you witness four mysterious lights crashing into the waters off Shag Harbour, N. Use the blacklight flashlight (included) to activate the glowing features… A sci-fi worthy touch to this true story! This coin brings attention to a story that many people don’t know about. The Shag Harbour Incident is one of the best government-documented UFO crashes; even today, the case remains open and unsolved. Laurie Wickens, Eyewitness and President of the Shag Harbour UFO Incident Society. CANADA’S BEST-DOCUMENTED UFO CRASH! Now you’re a witness too! A UFO crash in Canada that prompted a government investigation in 1967the same year as the Falcon Lake Incident featured on a 2018 coin. SECOND COIN IN A PHENOMENAL SERIES. Telling the story on a 1 oz. Fine silver rectangular wafer that gives more vertical space to depict a UFO crash off Canada’s East Coast. A BLACK LIGHT-ACTIVATED GLOW! Use the black light flashlight (included) to activate the coin’s glow-in-the-dark features. These add a sci-fi worthy element to the colourful depiction of the mysterious craft and the four mysterious lights that were spotted in the sky. 99.99% PURE SILVER! A limited collectible, set apart by an unusual theme and a glowing designa sure conversation-starter and an enthralling addition to your collection! Regardless of special packaging, the Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins. Only 4,000 coins will be made worldwideorder today as your coin is a limited work of art in its own right and highly collectible. Designed by Pandora Young, your coin is an artist’s rendering of the Shag Harbour Incident. The colourful vertical image shows the well-known UFO encounter from a witness’ perspective, with a view from a fishing vessel off the southern coast of Nova Scotia. Three fishermen look up at the night sky, where black light technology adds a glow to the mysterious craft and its flashing lights as the object crashes into the Gulf of Maine. At first, no one referred to it as a UFO. Laurie Wickens, then 18, noticed the lights while driving with friends and estimated the craft to measure some 60 feet in diameter. But when it came crashing down into the sea, a flash of light and a roar led some witnesses to believe a plane crash had just occurred. Three RCMP officers, including one who had also seen the lights, arrived at the impact site to find the strange object glowing in the water less than a kilometre from the shore. Officials contacted the Rescue Coordination Centre in Halifax to find out if an aircraft had gone missingall were accounted for. Coast Guard and military vessels also arrived on the scene but they were too late: the lights had vanished and only the sparkling yellow foam remained on the surface. The search for a downed craft continued into the early morning hours but there was never any evidence of debris. A diving detachment of the Royal Canadian Navy also combed the seabed until the investigation was called off on October 9. What crashed in the water? Was it top-secret aircraft? Government documents show authorities could not offer a conventional explanation. Even today, the Shag Harbour Incident remains a mystery and one of the best-documented encounters with an unidentified flying object. Commercial pilots were the first to spot mysterious lights in the evening sky on October 4, 1967, as they approached Yarmouth, N. Sightings were also reported in Halifax. Seven witnesses (including Laurie Wickens) notified the RCMP about strange flashing lights or a possible plane crash. In fact, it was the authorities not the witnesses who first referred to the case as a UFO incident. Established in 2006, the Shag Harbour Incident Society is dedicated to chronicling the 1967 encounter. Visitors to the interpretive centre in Shag Harbour, N. Can learn more about the unexplained sighting through the permanent display of articles, memorabilia and videos. The item “Shag Harbour Silver Coin 2019-UFO Incident-Canada Unexplained Phenomena (Harbor)” is in sale since Sunday, March 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “moneysurplus” and is located in Kelowna. This item can be shipped to Canada, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, United States, Australia, Mexico, Brazil.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
- Certification: Uncertified
- Grade: Ungraded
- Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated