In September 1937, “unfamiliar aeroplanes” repeatedly buzzed the Swedish naval installation at Karlskrona. The minister of Defence explained at an inquiry that he had no answer to the mystery but could only confirm that "a foreign machine had flown over the restricted military area." As usual, the plane carried no insignia or identifying marks. On October 24, 1937, the six-man crew of an unnamed fishing boat near Mylingslykten outside of Hammerfest, Norway reported seeing a very large aeroplane resting on the water. As they neared it, it suddenly turned on bright lights and took off, passing so close to their vessel that they feared a crash.
Reference for the above text is: FSR (Flying Saucer Review), September/October 1971, p. 22, "Mystery Aeroplanes of the 1930s Part IV" by John A. Keel.
UFOCAT PRN - 74051
UFOCAT URN – 68728 World-Wide Catalog of Type 1 Reports, #0089 by Peter Rogerson, no © date
UFOCAT URN – 74051 FSR (Flying Saucer Review), September/October 1971, p. 22, "Mystery Aeroplanes of the 1930s Part IV" by John A. Keel
Europe - Norway
Karlskrona Latitude 56-10-00 N, Longitude 015-35-00 E (D-M-S) [seat of a first-order admin. div.]
Mylingslykten Unable to locate
Hammerfest Latitude 70-39-42 N, Longitude 023-41-18 E [populated place]
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