In coastal waters off Ensenada, California, on September 2, 1954, a Honduran freighter reported a "strange fireball which skipped along the surface of the sea, then vanished." It left a trail of white smoke1, paralleling the ship's course. The Coast Guard searched the area but found nothing that would explain the observation.
Reference for the above text is: Invisible Horizons by Vincent Gaddis, p. 212, © 1965.
Original reference: Notices to Mariners, issued by the U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office, under “celestial phenomena”
Note 1: This white smoke could also be steam, generated by the heat of the field surrounding the UFO and touching the water, which it is entering and leaving. –CF-
UFOCAT PRN – 21302
UFOCAT URN – 21302 CRIFO Newsletter & CRIFO Orbit by Leonard Stringfield, January 1955, p. 5
UFOCAT URN – 64852 Inside Saucer Post…3-0 Blue by Leonard Stringfield , p. 58, © 1957
UFOCAT URN – NONE Invisible Horizons, by Vincent Gaddis, p. 212, © 1965
North America - Mexico
Ensenada, California – Note: There is no Ensenada, California; however, there is an Ensenada in Baja California, Mexico.-CF-
Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico - Latitude 31-52-00 N, Longitude 116-37-00 W (D-M-S)
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