Go Back Report # 1002

SP-??-1989

 

USSR 1988-89

 

     According to Valeri Dvuzhilni, who has investigated the case, Soviet Navy personnel observed a glowing object enter the sea off the coast in the Dal’niy Vostok area in the spring of 1989. A naval officer disclosed to Dvuzhilni that a recovery operation was immediately initiated, and a device, described as egg-shaped and about twenty feet long, was retrieved from the seabed and brought ashore.

     “They tried to penetrate the device with an oxyacetylene flame, but without any result," Nicolai told me. "The naval officer informed Valeri that the object was later transferred to Vladivostok and then Moscow. I asked Valeri to try and obtain more information, but he told me that the officer refused to speak anymore, as it was a top-secret matter.19 I have been informed that the Soviet Navy had specific instructions for reporting anomalous objects. In the case of landing traces, damage to military equipment, and so on, details were immediately to be telegraphed to the following units: Leningrad, military unit 62728; Mytishchi, military unit 67947.

Note 19: Interviews with the author, December 1990

Reference for the above text is: Alien Contact: Top-Secret UFO Files Revealed by Timothy Good, pp. 106-7, 1991, 1993
. My thanks to Mr. Good for his permission to post this case to my website.-CF-

UFOCAT PRN 119329
[DOS: SP-??-1989 – Note incorrectly placed in 1988]
UFOCAT URN 119329 Alien Contact: Top-Secret UFO Files Revealed by Timothy Good, pp. 106-7 © 1991, 1993        
UFOCAT URN 177136 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 14732, © 2002           

Europe – Russia. Body of water is  the Sea of Okhotsk           
Dal’niy Vostok   Latitude 60-00-00 N, Longitude 145-00-00 E (D-M-S) [region]           
Vladivostok      Latitude 43-07-41 N, Longitude 131-54-04 E [seat of a first-order administrative division]    
Moscow            Latitude 55-45-08 N, Longitude 037-36-56 E [capital of a political entity]      
Reference: http://geonames.nga.mil/ggmaviewer/    



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