This site is being re-built. I am using this site to give access to documents pertaining

to UFO incidentsthat have occured in Atlantic Canada with some other incidents

I think are important from around the globe. Whereas I have been involved with the

Shag Harbour Incident for some twenty years now I want to use this site to display

documents for the curious. Additionally I want to use this site to annouce

upcoming radio and televison programs that deal with UFO incidents and the

many (I've lost count) that I have done ovver the last 20 years. Don Ledger


The site of the UFO Incident at Shag Harbour - Photo-Don Ledger

October 7, 1967

Photo Don Ledger

Shag Harbour is between Cape Sable Island and Woods Harbour at left end of line above. For some reason it isn't shown on this provincial map.

From Yarmouth take Highway 103 south to Pubnico. Turn off and follw signs to Lower east Pubnico and continue on to Shag Harbour. You will travel through a few communities, usually along the coast, such as Lower east Pubnico, Upper Woods harbour, Woods harbour and Lower Woods Harbour-Shag Harbour is the next community east from Lr. Woods harbour.The distance is about 30 miles (50 kilometers) from Yarmouth to Shag Harbour.

From Halifax/Dartmouth take highway 103 to Barringtom Passage. Turn onto Highway No. 3 and follow that for about 15 miles through Barrington Passage, past Cape Sable Island to Shag Harbour. This route is the most history filled where Shag Harbour Is concerned because of it's association with the Shag Harbour UFO Incident. The RCMP was/is based in Barrington and Cape Sable island is the location of Clark's Harbour from which the Coast Guard Cutter 101 was deployed to the incident site on the evening of October 4, 1967.



Don Ledger


TEXT re UFO Documents


Maritime UFO Files UFO Cases from the Atlantic Region including Newfoundland and Labrador.




The museum is open each year from June until September and is being upgraded as funding provides. It is supported by a group of dedicated volunteer workers of the Shag Harbour UFO Incident Society. Besides promoting the Shag Harbour Incident the society is hoping to increase tourisnm in this area to help ally the problems with a declining fishery.

Your visits and contributions are greatly appreciated.

The museum is open Wednesday to Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm; closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

To date this museum has been visited on an annual basis by approximately 2,500 people each year. These people come from all over North America , England, France, Germany, the Neatherlands, Australia and the Scandanavian countries.

The people in this area are extremely friendly and helpful.

Photo Credit - Rebecca Kendrick

For further details contact Cindy Nickerson


Updated June 13, 2014