An Opportunity to Help With the Study of UFOs

Chris Rutkowski, the driving force behind the Canadian UFO Survey, has been researching UFOs since the 1970s. During this time, he has managed to amass an enormous collection of materials related to the subject of unidentified flying objects. This includes more than 20,000 UFO reports, around 10,000 government documents, approximately 1,000 books, as well as numerous photographs, videos, and audio files.

What does one do with all of this material? The University of Manitoba Archives indicated they would be happy to host the collection, making it available to the general public to study. Chris has been working hard to move his collection over to the U of M.

Included in the archives sent to the U of M will be all the files related to the fascinating Falcon Lake case, probably the most interesting UFO sighting in Canada.

But Chris and the University of Manitoba Archives want to make this information widely available to everyone, not just to people who can make their way to the U of M Campus. This requires a lot of work to digitize the files.The estimated cost to get the job done is $20,000 to $25,000. Are you able to help out the cause and enable this valuable resource to be available to the public? Any donations over $18 are tax-deductable.

Help make the archives available!