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Before dawn on the morning of January 1, 1970 a nurse at a hospital in Duncan B.C., opened the curtain in a patients room. What she saw next is depicted on the Royal Canadian Mint's sixth Canada's Unexplained Phenomena coin.
The nurse described seeing a large saucer-shaped, glass-domed craft. Inside the object, which was estimated to be 50 feet in diameter and illuminated from the bottom, two male-like figures clad in dark cloth appeared to be standing in front of a large panel. Absorbed by the sight, the nurse studied both the craft and its occupants, until one of the reached down to grab hold of what appeared to be a level.. . and the object quickly moved out of sight.
This 99.99% pure silver with colour coin includes a black light flashlight that activates the technology embedded on the reverse. The bright lights on the coin are amplified when the black light paint is activated.