It's not just the U.S. government that has finally recognized the existence of UFOs. … The Royal Canandian Mint had already jumped on the bandwagon with the release of its first UFO coin in 2018.
But recently the mint topped itself, and released a 1-ounce pure silver glow-in-the-dark rectangular "coin" commemorating a famous Canadian UFO incident that took place off the coast of Nova Scotia on Oct. 4, 1967. The coin is pictured, courtesy of the Royal Canadian Mint (bit.ly/glowUFO).
"This coin brings attention to a story that many people don't know about," Laurie Wickens, Eyewitness and President of the Shag Harbour UFO Incident Society (bit.ly/UFOShag), wrote on the mint's website. "The Shag Harbour Incident is one of the best government-documented UFO crashes; even today, the case remains open and unsolved."
Want to order one? Too late. Only 4,000 were minted, and they sold out almost immediately.