Ron Knight: CFGM, go ahead, you're on
Caller: I'm a senior citizen
up here in Jackson's Point.
Ron: Jackson's Point, welcome to the
Caller: Thank you. Do you want to see a UFO?
There's one right in the sky right now.
Ron: You're kidding.
Caller: I'm not kidding.
Ron: Where are you?
Ron: Are you in your house?
Caller: No, sir, I... well I'm in the
house now, but for the last hour I've been standing out in the...
er, recreation field here, watching it through binoculars.
Ron: What are you seeing sir, would you tell us?
Caller: An object that looks like a Christmas tree. A triangle with blue, red, and
white lights flashing like a psychedelic nightclub. You've never
seen nothing like it in your life. I'm a believer in UFOs but I
have never seen one until tonight.
Ron: Now listen, excuse the question, you're not drinking are you?
Caller: I certainly am not.
Caller: I'm a tee-totaler.
Ron: You're a tee-totaler, eh?
Caller: Diabetic, as a matter of fact.
Ron: My goodness. You're a senior citizen; how old are you sir?
Ron: Sixty-five. Oh, you're still young. (Laughs)
Would you mind giving us your name? You don't have to.
Caller: Er. Well, I wouldn't mind giving you my name, but there's going
to be a lot of people staring at me in the morning, so I'd rather
Ron: No, I disagree with you.
Voice: Give your name, Joe.
Ron: (Not hearing voice) I think most people... I think that most
are inclined to agree, because so many people, I've interviewed
Caller: My name is Joseph Scott.
Ron: Mr. Scott.
Joe: That's right.
Ron: Listen, Mr. Scott, I've just been
informed that our investigator with his nose to the task has
caught your remark, and I think he'd like to ask you some
questions. I'm referring to Mr. Henry McKay, who is the Metro
area UFO investigator who has spoken to many people like yourself
who believe that they have seen this type of thing. Would you
like to talk to him?
Joe: Sure would.
Ron: All right, just a moment. Mr. McKay, can you hear me?
Henry: Hello. Yes I can.
Ron: Have you heard this gentleman's comments?
Henry: Just briefly; the fact that he has been watching it with binoculars.
Excerpted from pages 10-22 of: 'The Missing
Seven Hours' by David Haisell PaperJacks edition published
October, 1978 PaperJacks Ltd., 330 Steelcase Road, Markham,
Ontario L3R 2M1. ISBN 0-7701-0079-1 Copyright © 1918 [sic] by
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