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We saw the shine of phosphorescent eyes drifting on the surface on dark nights, and on one single occasion, we saw the sea boil and bubble while something like a big wheel came up and rotated in the air, while some of our dolphins tried to escape by hurling themselves desperately through space
Finally that night State Highway Patrol Sgt. David Menary, of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge detail, reported seeing a dozen bright metal objects “about the size of a football” whiz overhead and fall into the sea.
what they thought was an underwater mountain top or a solid object of some sort. It was very large2 and they made several passes over it with their sonar. My father was not in the sonar department. He was used sometimes as a helmsman and the captain’s driver in port. I am not sure, but he may have been on watch or on the bridge- I don’t know for sure. He says after several passes the object accelerated to a fast speed and disappeared into the depths and they lost it. They searched for some time and never located it again. They did not know what it was. He did not know speeds or the size of this-only that it was very big and totally stationary for a lengthy period of time during their initial sonar mapping.
Originally posted by Helmkat
Originally posted by Lombardy Inn
Lets say i have a relative that is a VERY high ranking navy official. How should i go about asking for information? You've probably heard his name before, but i dont know if i should put it out there.
Im pretty sure hes "in the know"
I think ill shoot him a casual Email for now.
If he told you anything other then "No" or "I don't know" then he would be violating the conditions of his Clearance. I had a Secret Clearance in the service (Navy 83-87) and still can't talk about anything I saw or read.
Both men then inserted some type of hose into the river. Major Burkov tried to communicate with
but a shiny metallic hose, the thickness of a human hand (about 10-15 cm thick) stretched from the craft into the water
At the landing site, the men found a large circle of grass totally dried out and pressed against the ground. The ground was almost warm. The men did not find any foreign objects but did find several dead fishes floating in the river where the hose had plunged into the water. After reporting the event to authorities, a group of military officers arrived from Leningrad and investigated the landing site
Suddenly and breaking the nocturnal silence, he heard something similar to a loud noise of water violently disturbed. Several sheep, who were sleeping in a field, jumped up alarmed and hurriedly ran away. There was no wind, storm, or thunderstorm that might have explained the event. Immediately a luminous object of oval form appeared emerging from the sea about 500 meters from the shore. It rose up vertically to a certain altitude and then made a turn of ninety degrees and disappeared towards the northeast in the direction of Argentine territory. Some 15 days later, also at night and when he was between Río Gallegos and the city of Santa Cruz (in the neighborhood of Puerto Coyle in the province of Santa Cruz), a similar phenomenon occurred. This time, although he could not determine the exact distance from the coast, four small luminous objects came up out of the waters of the Atlantic. They repeated the same maneuver as the previous object; that is, they gained altitude vertically and then in perfect formation approached the coastline and moved off towards the west in the direction of the Andes Mountains.
USS GARDINERS BAY—While steaming up the channel from Inch’on, Korea, two mysterious missiles trailing long white smoke trails in the sky struck the water at great speed off the ship’s bow. Two huge columns of water rose to about 100 feet in height at the point of contact. No aircraft could be sighted by radar or visually overhead although the ceiling was unlimited. Identification of the missiles remains a great mystery.
were talking in the cockpit when we noticed a light far out to the southeast. As we watched, it grew more vivid and was seen to be sweeping towards us; it seemed like the beam of a very powerful lighthouse, pivoted in the south and sweeping from one horizon to the other--but under the water. It rapidly came closer, relentless and inexplicable, until it lit up the sails with a greenish light quite bright enough to read by. I watched the defined beam as it passed under Sheila, throwing the dark shadow of her hull momentarily over the sails, and then it fled to the western horizon. It left us speechless, but another great beam appeared in the east, swung towards us, underneath us, and silently fled into the western darkness. This happened about five times, always the same, at the same regular intervals, in complete silence and with no change in the wind or sea.
Suddenly a strange blip appeared on the CIC radarscopes. Some unknown machine, larger than carrier aircraft, was circling the fleet. In minutes, Navy interceptors were boring up into the clouds that hid the intruder. At first, the CIC men had thought it was some new Red aircraft spotting the fleet by radar. But an hour passed with neither an attack nor message to bring enemy bombers. .
In less than ten minutes, the radarscopes showed it was two hundred miles away. The signed report later certified by Board members was given to NICAP by one of the pilots involved, now a lieutenant commander on duty in this country. The unknown machine, officially logged as a UFO, was tracked by radar operators on all fourteen ships.