Research and Analysis

TESA releases an annual public report that displays statistical data of actual unexplained events reported within Canada and other locations around the world.

The survey is used to compile and calculate possible characteristics and attributes of these events in order to predict when and where they will occur next.

It is also designed to assist TESA’s efforts to support experiencers by collaborating trends and common encounters in order to establish an academic understanding of the contact or abductee phenomena.

Although this study is centered within Canada, TESA collects and compiles all data volunteered to the association and encourages every public member to distribute, analyze and compare our findings.

Our goal is to assist every everyone who investigates UFO and Paranormal phenomenon and bring them all together.

Data Sets, Surveys and Evidence

MUFON Canada UFO Report – 2017
MUFON Canada UFO Report – 2018
Canadian Current Event Survey (CCES) – 2019
High Strangeness and Paranormal Database Report (HSPD) – 2019

Canadian Current Event Survey (CCES) – 2020 – In development
High Strangeness and Paranormal Database Report (HSPD) – 2020 – In development

Witness Statements

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Request for Information

If you are interested in receiving a full report on the investigation of any of the data sets from the High Strangeness and Paranormal Database in 2019 and onward, you may request by completing the form below.

All confidential data will be redacted to protect the experiencer who filed the report.

This report is available for FREE to the experiencer who had reported it, for anyone else to obtain the cost is $5.00 per file.

Map of Unidentified Events