Yesterday Express.co.uk revealed how a top UFO researcher had dared the US Government to charge him after he went public with his own Wikkileaks of 11 pages of top-secret explosive UFO files from American and Canada.
Among the papers Victor Viggiani revealed at the first Canadian National Inquiry into UFOs in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, was a confidential memo dated November 14 1968.
The Criminal Investigation Burea (CIB) F Division document was headlined “Re UFO found in Northern Saskatchewan”.
The document said on October 17 the same year, a Mr J Hodges regional representative, of the associate committee on meteorites of the National Research Council of Canada, had taken a “small metal fragment” which was found by an unnamed pilot to the Crime Detection Laboratory.
It said it was found in the Wollaston Lake area, 450 miles northeast of Prince Albert, near the Manitoba border.
The document said: “Examination revealed the exhibit had likely formed part of a vehicle that travelled in outer space.”
It is unclear what further examination was carried out on the object, but the memo said that Mr Hodges was due to take it to the National Research Council in Ottowa.
Photographs are understood to have been taken, but have yet to resurface.
UFO investigators are treating the document as significant in the history of the quest for proof that Earth is visited by intelligent aliens.
But sceptics have argued without further information, there is nothing to suggest it may not have been part of a satellite or space rocket that had been sent into noter space by humans and then re-entered our atmosphere.