The Falcon Lake UFO incident occurred on May 20, 1967, when an amateur geologist named Stefan Michalak was looking for quartz near Falcon Pond in Manitoba, Canada. During the inspection, Michalak was surprised by a flock of geese. The geese appeared to be running away from two bright objects in the sky, one of which began to spin and the other landed in a rocky area near their location. Michalak spent a long time drawing the mysterious ship before approaching it. The UFO emitted heat so intense that it burned Michalak's gloves when he tried to touch the outside, his shirt and hat catching fire and leaving him with first-degree burns on his stomach in the shape of a fence.
Years later, a twisted piece of metal was recovered from the supposed landing site. Tests showed that the metal was highly radioactive. To this day, neither the Canadian nor the American army has explained what happened.