The entire Ontario region, particularly its water networks, have long been and remain an intense area of UFO activity. And not just near or around the water, but sometimes on it too.

Just short of four years later, for example, on the 18th June 1967, on the waters of Lake Ontario in the north of the province, “Mr. and Mrs. G” were out on the waters in their private boat. It was late in the evening as despite the season, the moon was full, bright, and visible.

As they began back to the cabin, they witnessed a glowing object hovering around 50 feet above the trees on the bank. The couple would slow the boat down. They then turned slightly to get a clear look at this bizarre craft.

As they did, though, the anomalous object began to speed up considerably. Of more concern to the couple, it was heading straight for them. After taking a moment to gather his thoughts, Mr. G put the boat into motion. As fast as it could go he headed straight for the water’s edge.

When they arrived, both of them jumped from the boat as if it were about to explode. They hit dry land and looked back. The object was now back above the trees. Hovering once more, as if it had never moved.

After several moments the couple would take back to the water. They would head to their friend’s house where they were spending the evening. Within moments of the vessel cutting through the rushing waters, the object descended towards them again. The couple would again put the boat at its highest speed. They would again beat the object to land and simply leave it on shore before running to the destination.

Upon arriving with their friends, it was perfectly obvious to them that each of the G’s were “frightened to death”. Something very much unlike their normal character. If there was any doubt of their claims, however, that was removed when the G’s friends viewed the object also. Hovering above the trees for around 10-15 minutes before disappearing into the distance.

Perhaps of even more intrigue in relation to the Mattagami River Incident and the encounter above, is that of the previously mentioned, Brian Vike, who was responsible for bringing the former case to the wider public. NOTE: The above image is CGI.