In what appears to be a case of 'haunt and run', a farmhouse in Wooler was invaded by poltergeists on July 2nd, 1968.
The family reported that they saw weird flashing and hovering lights above a hill to the North. Now, this sounds like a UFO encounter and it might have been strictly locked into that genre except that thereafter they experienced poltergeist phenomena with moving furniture, dishes breaking, loud inexplicable noises and then, heavy shadowy apparitions being seen.
The phenomena gradually ceased leaving a scent of roses.
Was this a poltergeist? A ghost? A UFO/Alien encounter?
It is pointed out by researchers that some people that have an encounter with alien/UFO phenomena above and beyond sighting one in the distance do experience what we, as ghost researchers, refer to as poltergeist phenomena.
According to the book, Mysteries of Ontario, the 'ghost' was not seen again after leaving it's smell of roses.