This story is not well known in the UFO community, but I find it quite interesting. Sadly, it seems that it is not well documented, and I didn't find
a lot on it...
In a few words, (links at the end) it seems that in december 1992, at least one huge underwater unidentified object (USO) has been tracked. It was
also apparently accompanied by several UFOs. NATO deployed a huge fleet in the area, and fishermen sometimes were sent off the place. RAF stations of
northern Scotland were also involved. It seems that Russia may have been involved as well. The "excuse" that was told was an exercise. There are
fishermen who were witness to that and some have testimonied. I didn't find any account from any fisherman.
According to some, it didn't look at all like an exercise (though sometimes I wonder how one makes the difference...). I find it also rather unusual
that this exercise took place near Iceland, involving RAF in Scotland and also Russia, all of that at Christmas time.
Also, NATO exercises are most of the time documented and info can be found on the internet. I never saw any mention of NATO exercise in that area in
1992 or 1993, though they said their presence was due to an exercise.
A few links on that, with comments:
by Tony Dodd on the subject. I don't know how legit is this guy, but
apparently he is a retired police sergent in UK, and the founder of UK UFO Magazine. According to source 4, he was threatened when he went to US. I
couln't find any info on that either.
2. Anonymous article
based on Tony Dodd's.
3. Rense's article
on the subject. I know that Rense is not always good, but they don't publish
4. Re Tony Dodd
with a few more info.
5. Some "reports" (very short) chronologically, matches the other reports: Dec 20th, 1992
Dec 21st, 1992
, Dec 24th, 1992
I'd like to have your comments on that, and if anyone has more info, I'd love to know. Very few is found on the net about that one, and honestly, it
is a very difficult one to find any info on. Nobody seems to know it even happened.
Thanks in advance for any feedback.