Four people saw a strange thing happen out to sea from the Patawolonga [sic- Patawalonga], at Glenelg, around 10.15 pm, on February 23, 1967. A red-orange, triangular-shaped object rose out of the sea and then sank in again, taking about five minutes to do so. They described it as an approaching ship on fire, but with no flickering flames. The object appeared on the horizon and did not seem to move around—only up and down.
Reference for the above text is: UFOs over the Southern Hemisphere by Michael Hervey, pp. 177-178, “Sightings in South Australia,” © 1975.
UFOCAT PRN – 107649
UFOCAT URN – 107649 Contact U.K. (Title of Book), no © date
UFOCAT URN – 135204 UFOs over the Southern Hemisphere by Michael Hervey, pp. 177-178, © 1975
Australia – South Australia. Body of water is the Gulf St. Vincent.
Glenelg Latitude 34-59-00 S, Longitude 138-31-00 E [populated place]
Adelaide Latitude 34-56-00 S, Longitude 138-36-00 E [seat of a first-order admin. div.]
Patawalonga Inside the city of Glenelg. Both are part of the larger city of Adelaide.
Patawalonga Latitude 34-58 S, Longitude 138-30 E (D-M) [harbor]
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