In 1989 one of Bob Oeschler’s sources, who called himself ‘Guardian’, claimed that in a area west of Ottawa a remarkable incident
had taken place on 4th November. According to his source an object was tracked on radar over Carp before it fell towards the ground near West Carleton. The area – which is now known as the Ontario UFO crash site – was immediately sealed off and huge helicopters and military units, specially trained to deal with UFO retrievals were flown in. His source also alleged that the aliens themselves were tracked on Radar. His source provided a wealth of information. The alien craft used a pulsing electromagnetic field to fly and was built from a matrixed-dielectric magnesium alloy. It also generated cold fusion radiation. He also stated that the alien mission had a malevolent purpose. It was the allegedly the start of an alien invasion. Although the story sounded too ‘crazy’ to be true, Oeschler did have some ‘evidence’.
A mysterious package
His source had sent him a package in February 1992. The package contained a video, several documents and maps of the Ontario UFO crash site area.
The tape was 30 minutes long with the first 6 minutes showing actual movement, the rest just stills. The video showed strange lights, movements of ‘aliens’ around the craft and also a full-frontal of an aliens face! The video was analyzed and it had signs of editing, also the scenes of the craft were duplicated by researchers using a toy remote controlled helicopters, some flashing lights and some flares. They were also able to purchase an alien mask from a costume shop identical to the one in the video. This case eventually caused Oeschler to resign from MUFON.
No new information has been released for a very long time which probably does the credibility of this particular case no good. Nowadays, the case is generally believed to have been a hoax.