In 1902, a Russian patrol cruiser had detained a Japanese fishing vessel near the shores of Kamchatka. The Japanese captain swore that he came to the Russian waters because his compass was broken. Later it was determined that a big radiant cloud was at fault. It appeared suddenly over the horizon. Russian sailors had encountered such phenomenon on a number of occasions in the Sea of Okhotsk. Once, behind the moving ship, an unusual bright greenish-white light exploded on the surface of the sea. This glowing spot grew in size and slowly surrounded the ship with a fiery circle. Later it separated itself and rushed forth, three minutes later reaching the horizon, leaving a bright reflection in the clouds, as a glow of a large city would.
Reference for the above text is: UFO Matrix magazine, Vol. 1, issue 6, p. 21, “USOs and UFOs in the Pacific Bermuda Triangle” by Paul Stonehill.
UFOCAT PRN - NONE
Europe – Russia, Kamchatskiy Kray
Kamchatka1 Latitude 56-00-00 N, Longitude 160-00-00 E (D-M-S) [peninsula]
Sea of Okhotsk Latitude 55-00-00 N, Longitude 150-00-00 E [sea]
Note 1: There are 41 Kamchatka’s named on the government’s search engine, 10 of which are populated places. Therefore, I have selected the peninsula which ties into the chain of islands that almost connects Japan to Russia.-CF-
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