Where witnesses directed his attention to a brightly lit object in the sky. Using binoculars and a high-powered scope, they observed the fin-tailed, oval-shaped craft as it hovered above the water near Random Island. It emitted no sound; and when the officer flashed the lightbar on his police cruiser, the mysterious craft instantly mimicked the lights.
It remained in the area for nearly an hour before rising up suddenly and vanishing into the night, leaving no trace of its passage - except a credible eyewitness account. The reverse design by Adam Young is an artistic representation of a 1978 UFO event that took place in Clarenville, N. Rendered in a colourful and expressive art style, the landscape-oriented image shows the event from the perspective of the witnesses, including the RCMP officer whose police cruiser appears in the bottom right corner. The oval-shaped craft is seen hovering over Random Sound on a clear night. Black light-activated technology adds a bright glow to the mysterious object and its illuminated reflection on the water.
The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. Composition: 99.99% pure silver. Weight: 31.56g 1 oz.
Diameter: 49.80 mm x 28.60 mm. This 1 oz fine silver rectangular coin gives you a front row seat to a famous Canadian UFO event the 1978 incident at Clarenville, Newfoundland and Labrador. Great glow in the dark effect Use the black light flashlight to activate the coin's glow in the dark features, and you'll see the bright lights described by the witnesses. Low mintage, high demand Mintage is limited to just 5,000 coins worldwide and it will likely be a sought after piece.The coin comes in capsule including mint box and certificate. INCLUDES A BLACK LIGHT FLASHLIGHT. The artistry of your coin can be appreciated in any light, but viewing it under a black light activates the special technology! Please view the picture for the actual item you will receive shown exactly in the photo. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such.