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PHOTOGRAPHS revealing bizarre UFOs claimed to have been taken by a US Navy submarine crew have been hailed as the best EVER evidence of extra-terrestrial visits to Earth.
Specialist researchers of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) believe the black and white images - supposedly taken from the USS Trepang SSN 674 submarine in March 1971 - are evidence of secret US aircraft tests or alien lifeforms looking to carry out an early form of fracking.
Alex Mistretta, a paranormal investigator and author, investigated the images after they first appeared in French paranormal magazine Top Secret following an alleged leaked.
He claimed insiders told him the pictures were taken from the US submarine on its journey between Iceland and Norway's Jan Mayen island in the Atlantic Ocean, with the admiral on board at the time said to be Dean Reynolds.
Full story and more pics at : Daily Express (UK)
"Taken in Albany, this morning, sent to me by a friend . If this is government craft we have the right to know what's flying over us. We have a right to know what it is and it's capabilities . It's our lives and it's also our country and our tax dollars that fund it, if indeed it is ours." Trucker R
originally posted by: Shamrock6
All I have at this point is that the naval officer is misidentified. His name is Dean Reynolds Sackett. And he wasn't an admiral at the time these were supposedly taken. He'd only been in 14-15 years by 1971, which would put him likely as a commander. So that part is erroneous.
I'll leave the picture deconstruction to somebody with a computer.
originally posted by: TinfoilTP
How did a red light show up in a black and white photo of the cigar shaped thingy?
That spells hoax.
originally posted by: zazzafrazz
To paraphrase some one who looked at these pics "Wonder if thats subs own aerial drogue, the small helium balloon used to carry the end of the VLF comms cable aloft, it was towed through the air by the sub."