Location: Alushta, Crimea, Ukraine
Date: between August 18-20, 2001 Time: daytime
The witness, 50-year-old Irina Petrovna Volkova, had gone swimming near the central town beach. Being a good swimmer, she went beyond the buoy line. Suddenly she noticed something silver in the water. The object approached to within 1-1.5 meters from her; it moved slowly in a jerky fashion. She could now see that it was a disc or lens-shaped object, like two joined hemispheres, no more than 3-3.5 meters in diameter. The craft was even in shape, very smooth, silver metallic with no visible rivets or bolts. The craft move soundlessly almost at the water surface, clearly visible because of the transparency of the water. The object stopped, apparently observing her. Her first thought was that it could have been a new bathyscaphe or submarine being tested, but there were no windows. She had the distinct feeling of energy emanating from the object; it seemed to be a positive energy almost like an aura. She became very excited and joyful like she was seeing old “acquaintances”. Suddenly “two eyes” appeared on the surface of the object, which had been completely smooth and silver before; the eyes resembled dark round windows. Also two objects resembling probes jutted out from both sides of the craft. That amazed her, and she thought “such a perfect seamless craft and such rusty-looking tentacles?” Soon she realized that the eyes and tentacles were merely holographic images projected by the crew of the craft either to frighten or amaze her. She had the distinct impression that the occupants of the craft were now reading her mind. The craft now began “playing” with her using the holographic “tentacles” attempting to grab her and approaching her on several occasions. She also had the distinct feeling that there was an alien crew inside, that the object was not a remote controlled probe, though she could not see them. She then decided to swim back to the beach as the disc started retreating. She turned around and perceived a telepathic message that stated, “Well, good girl, you did the right thing!” Towards the end the disk made several up and down jerky movements as if waving goodbye. It then slowly moved away and disappeared under the waters.
Source: Anton Anfalov, email@example.com Type: F
Comments: The source indicates that there is a possibility of 2 underwater or underground alien bases and entryways near the Crimean south coast.
Reference for the above text is: Humanoid Reports 2001 by Albert Rosales, #227.
UFOCAT PRN – NONE
UFOCAT URN – NONE Humanoid Reports 2001 by Albert Rosales, #227
Europe – Ukraine, Avtonomna Respublika Krym. Body of water is the Black Sea.
Alushta Latitude 44-40-35 N, Longitude 034-24-28 E (D-M-S)
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