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UFO Crashes in Ocean - Port Shepstone, SA

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posted on May, 22 2006 @ 06:23 AM
Apparently a UFO crashed into the ocean over the weekend near a local High School in Port Shepstone, South Africa. Searches turned up nothing (or did they?) but there are more than enough eyewitnesses to support the claim.

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is monitoring a mysterious situation on the KZN south coast.

"Numerous" eye-witnesses reported an unidentified flying object crashing into the sea on Saturday.

News 24 Article - 20 May

The mysterious object that "crashed" into the sea behind the breaker-line off-shore of Port Shepstone High School about 12:20 on Saturday, has raised a frenzy of interest worldwide.
"They saw smoke and water exploding. Some even saw flames.

"Some reported seeing an unidentified object splash into the sea causing a ripple of waves," said Lambinon.

"A reliable source, who was on a hill overlooking the sea about 2km away, said he saw something crash into the sea.

"The object trailed smoke behind it, and even after it had crashed the column of smoke hung in the air for several minutes.

"It caused a big splash when it hit the water and bobbed up and down," said Lambinon, quoting one of the witnesses.

News 24 Article - 21 May

The search for an unidentified object which crashed into the sea at Port Shepstone on Saturday has been put on hold because of rough weather conditions, the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) said on Monday.

"The search was called off on Sunday and will only resume once the sea is calm. At the moment the sea is not conducive to diving," said NSRI Shelley Beach Station Commander Eddie Noyons.

News 24 Article - 22 May

Now this is quite exciting, seeing that we don't have that many (reported) UFO sightings in South Africa. And this would be the second UFO crash on South African "soil". (The first was in 1989 in the Karoo.)

We all doubt if they'll find anything (and make it public). ANd I don't buy the "weather" explanation. How can cold weather be confused for a flying object? By so many people?

posted on May, 22 2006 @ 06:29 AM
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