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URECAT - UFO Related Entities Catalog

URECAT is a formal catalog of UFO related entities sightings reports with the goal of providing quality information for accurate studies of the topic. Additional information, corrections and reviews are welcome at patrick.gross@inbox.com, please state if you wish to be credited for your contribution or not. The main page of the URECAT catalog is here.

OCTOBER 29, 1973, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, UN HOMME:

Brief summary of the event and follow-up:

Investigated by ufologist Henri McKay, surviving only as short summaries in the ufological literature, a weird experienced allegedly happened to a man walking his dog in a park of Toronto, Canada, on October 29, 1973 at 10:00 p.m. in the night.

He saw a fluorescent blue-green light forming a circle on a brick wall, and inside this illuminated circle, a TV screen that emitted images, including images of alien entities.

The man then communicated with these images. He became physically sick, and his dog was very frightened.

Basic information table:

Case number: URECAT-000370
Date of event: October 29, 1973
Earliest report of event: 1980?
Delay of report: 7 years?
Witness reported via: Not known.
First alleged record by: Investigating ufologist.
First certain record by: Ufology book.
First alleged record type: Investigating ufologist.
First certain record type: Ufology book.
This file created on: November 23, 2007
This file last updated on: November 23, 2007
Country of event: Canada
State/Department: Ontario
Type of location: Park.
Lighting conditions: Night
UFO observed: Uncertain
UFO arrival observed: Yes
UFO departure observed: Not reported.
UFO/Entity Relation: Certain
Witnesses numbers: 1
Witnesses ages: Nor reported. Adult or aged.
Witnesses types: Not reported. Man.
Photograph(s): No.
Witnesses drawing: No.
Witnesses-approved drawing: No.
Number of entities: Several.
Type of entities: Not reported.
Entities height: Not reported.
Entities outfit type: Not reported.
Entities outfit color: Not reported.
Entities skin color: Not reported.
Entities body: Not reported.
Entities head: Not reported.
Entities eyes: Not reported.
Entities mouth: Not reported.
Entities nose: Not reported.
Entities feet: Not reported.
Entities arms: Not reported.
Entities fingers: Not reported.
Entities fingers number: Not reported.
Entities hair: Not reported.
Entities voice: None heard. Telepathy.
Entities actions: Were images on screen in circle of light.
Entities/witness interactions: Telepathic communication.
Witness(es) reactions: Observed, became sick.
Witness(es) feelings: Not reported.
Witness(es) interpretation: Not reported.
Explanation category: Extraterrestrial visitors or psychological case. Insufficient information.
Explanation certainty: High.

Narratives:

[Ref. bh1:] ROBERT E. BARTHOLOMEW AND GEORGE S. HOWARD:

The authors indicate that in Toronto, Canada, on October 29, 1973, at 10:00 p.m., walking his dog in a park, a man watched a fluorescent blue-green light forming a circle on a brick wall.

Inside this illuminated circle was a TV screen that emitted images, including that of alien entities.

The man then communicated with the screen images. The witness became physically sick, and his dog was very frightened.

The authors indicate that the source is J. B. Musgrave, UFO Occupants and Critters: The Patterns in Canada (Amherst, Wis.: Amherst Press, in conjunction with Global Communications, 1980, pp 51-60, citing an investigation by Henry McKay.

[Ref. ar1:] ALBERT ROSALES:

Albert Rosales indicates in his catalogue that in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on October 29, 1973, at 10:00 p.m. a man was walking his dog in a local park when a fluorescent bluish-green light descended from the sky and enveloped him. He then saw in front of him something resembling a television screen. Soon images of apparent extraterrestrial figures appeared and communicated with the witness. His dog acted terrified during the encounter and the witness suffered from general malaise after the encounter.

Albert Rosales indicates that the source is "Musgrave, UFO Occupants and Critters."

Points to consider:

Ufologist Henry McKay was a Canadian MUFON Director, and passed away in April 2007 at age 80. He edited The CUFORN Bulletin, Canada's Oldest UFO Newsletter. Some of the cases in the book "The Missing Seven Hours", by David Haisell, are based on his field investigation.

Possibly, there is an interesting case here of high strangeness here. However, the available summaries are thin, it has only a single witness, and I could not locate the investigation report yet.

List of issues:

Id: Topic: Severity: Date noted: Raised by: Noted by: Description: Proposal: Status:
1 Data Severe November 23, 2007 Patrick Gross Patrick Gross Help needed. Opened.

Evaluation:

Extraterrestrial visitors or psychological case. Insufficient information.

Sources references:

* = Source I checked.
? = Source I am told about but could not check yet. Help appreciated.

Document history:

Authoring

Main Author: Patrick Gross
Contributors: None
Reviewers: None
Editor: Patrick Gross

Changes history

Version: Created/Changed By: Date: Change Description:
0.1 Patrick Gross November 23, 2007 Creation, [bh1], [ar1].
1.0 Patrick Gross November 23, 2007 First published.

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