Go Back Report # 25


That, upon April 4, 1901, about 8:30 in the Persian Gulf, Captain Hoseason, of the steamship Kilwa, according to a paper read before the Society by Captain Hoseason, was sailing in a sea in which there was no phosphorescence--"there being no phosphorescence in the water."

I suppose I'll have to repeat that: "... there being no phosphorescence in the water."

Vast shafts of light--though the captain uses the word "ripples"--suddenly appeared. Shaft followed shaft upon the surface of the sea. But it was only a faint light and, in about fifteen minutes, died out, having appeared suddenly, having died out gradually. The shafts revolved at a velocity of about 60 miles an hour.

Phosphorescent jellyfish correlate with the Old Dominant: in one of the most heroic compositions of disregards in our experience, it was agreed, in the discussion of Capt. Hoseason's paper, that the phenomenon was probably pulsations of long strings of jellyfish.

This reference: The Complete Books of Charles Fort, pp. 275-6, 1974. The original book was The Book of the Damned published 1919 by Charles Fort.

Original reference: Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 28-29

UFOCAT PRN 85601 [DOS: ??-??-1901]

UFOCAT URN 081396 Invisible Residents by Ivan T. Sanderson, p. 112, 1970

UFOCAT PRN 10639 [DOS: 04-04-1901]

UFOCAT URN 010639 Catalog through 1950 by H. Edward Hill, #001, No date of publication.

UFOCAT PRN 10640 [DOS: 04-04-1901]

UFOCAT URN 010640 Computerized Catalog (N=3073) #236 by Jacques Vallee, No date.

UFOCAT PRN 85601 [DOS: 04-04-1901]

UFOCAT URN 085601 The Book of the Damned by Charles Fort, p. 262, 1919.

UFOCAT URN 079277 Flying Saucers Have Landed by Desmond Leslie, p. 34, 1953

UFOCAT URN 088140 Flying Saucer Review, September 1967, p. 9

UFOCAT PRN 88141 [DOS: 04-09-1901]

UFOCAT URN 088141 Flying Saucer Review, September 1967, p. 9

Persian Gulf - Is bounded by Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, and Iran.

Latitude 27-00-00 N, Longitude 51-00-00 E (D-M-S)

Reference: http://gnswww.nga.mil/geonames/GNS/index.jsp


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