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Dead In the water

 

       Though only a small percentage of reported cases mention fatalities, caution should obviously be heeded when in the vicinity of a UFO. The causes of death in the following cases – like the nature and composition of the craft’s protective field – are unknown, although one mentions the possible conclusion that a concussion of fish’s glands by compressed water (shock wave) due to the rapid immersion of the UFO (See: 02-19-1982).

       Death by other means could include electrocution as this field has been called “electro-magnetic” in the past, or by radiation that affected three people in the famous “Cash-Landrum Incident”, and several other radiological cases. All of these possibilities are merely conjecture as we have no laboratory results from these cases. 

For future Ufologists this should be a wakeup call for other cases in which a UFO and death are linked:

HAVE THE SPECIMENS ANALYZED!  

List of Reports

LIST OF REPORTS

 

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Column contents as indicated by the following letters
A - Date of sighting (MM-DD-YEAR)
B - Status column. Single letter or symbol. "C" Controversy, "D" Validity Doubtful, "E" Date Error, "H" Proven Hoax,
     "M" Misidentification, "N" Not water-related but shown as such, "U" Unknown, "X" No UFO seen/Text not entered
C - Location of sighting
D - Source of this article.
E - The letter "O" in this column will indicate that the reference is the Original. The letter "S" will indicate that this is a

Secondary source. The letter "N" will indicate that the source is Needed.

F - Specific location of a constructed group of cases :
 
 
 
A B C D E F