428 of this number of Nature, E. L.
Moss says that, in April 1875, when upon H. M. S. Bulldog, a few miles north of Vera Cruz, he had seen a series of swift lines of light.
He had dipped up some of the water, finding in it animalcule, which would,
however, not account for phenomena
of geometric formation and high velocity. If he means Vera Cruz,
Mexico, this is the only instance we have out of oriental waters.
This reference: The Complete Books of Charles Fort, p.
278, © 1974
Original reference: Nature
No. 428, p. 428
UFOCAT PRN – 85607
UFOCAT URN – 085607 The Book of the Damned by Charles
Fort, p. 264, © 1919
UFOCAT URN – 076507 Phénomènes
Spatiaux (GEPA) December 1964
UFOCAT URN – 088136 Flying Saucer Review, September
1967, p. 9
UFOCAT URN – 081389 Invisible Residents by Ivan T.
Sanderson, p. 97, © 1970
UFOCAT URN – 010266 Computerized Catalog (N=3073) by
Jacques Vallee – No date of
UFOCAT URN – 057225 Etudes
Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Témoignages by Claude Poher
#0048. No date of publication.
UFOCAT URN – 178923 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry
Hatch, # 00121, © 2002
North America – Mexico
Vera Cruz – Although spelled
as two words in the text above, the only one that matches that spelling is
at: Latitude 27-33-00 N, Longitude 99-43-00 W, which is well inland and
therefore not water. Since there are 20 cities/towns by that name, only the
one below is water related.-CF-
19-12-00 N, Longitude 96-08-00 W (D-M-S) [PPL]
location (UFOCAT) Latitude 19.18 N, Longitude 96.17 W (D.%)
Latitude 19.25 N, Longitude 95.92 W (D.%)