Grant Cameron

Grant Cameron
Grant Cameron involved in extraterrestrial-related
phenomena research in May 1975 with a personal
sighting near Carman, Manitoba about 25 miles
north of the Canada-US border. Over the next 18
months hundreds of sightings were reported, and
Grant spent months photographing a series of
strange objects and interviewing hundreds of
witnesses who were involved. Thus began a 28
years commitment to the subject
After composing a manuscript about the 1975-76
sightings, he moved on to research the work of
the legendary Wilbert B. Smith. Smith headed up
the Canadian government’s flying saucer
investigation known as Project Magnet, which ran
from 1950 to 1954. Over two decades Cameron
was able to collect most of Smith’s files and written materials. He interviewed most of the associates
around Smith who worked on the flying saucer investigation. He produced a CD-Rom data disk with
most of the documents from the Smith files along with 12 hours of audio related to Smith’s work. During
the Smith research Grant learned of the former Penn State University president Dr. Eric Walker, who was
identified by Dr. Robert Sarbacher as a key person inside the Cover-up. Cameron teamed up with T.
Scott Crain to research and write UFOs, MJ-12, and the Government published by MUFON.
Cameron then turned his research interests to the relationship of U.S. Presidents to the extraterrestrial
issue. He made 13 trips to the U.S. National Archives and most of the Presidential archives looking for
relevant documents. A major contribution of his work was a FOIA submission to the White House Office
of Science and Technology which yielded nearly 1,000 pages of disclosure documents from the Clinton
He has lectured in Canada and the U. S. on the 1975-76 Manitoba sightings, Wilbert Smith and the
president/UFO connection. He lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Published Book
UFOs, MJ-12, and the Government: A report on government involvement in UFO crash retrievals
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