Go Back Report # 445


Underwater UFO Base Off Venezuela?

       On April 2 the paper published a report of the previous day from La Guaira, containing a statement by a Customs agent named Celestino Perez Perez. "It was about 11.00 p.m., and I had just finished work in connection with cargo being unloaded from a ship, when I saw a glowing object drop into the sea right opposite the Marine Passengers Terminal. I can't rightly claim that it was a 'flying saucer,' but I can definitely say it was no aircraft such as we here are used to seeing every day of our lives at the big International Airport near here. For on two occasions I have seen accidents, in which big aircraft fell into the sea, and each time when they did so they exploded as they hit the water and the sea was covered with flames over a big area. With what I saw, it was nothing like that. The object came down as though it was well under control and its crew were going down on to the sea-bed."                                                     

This Reference Is The Original: Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 21, No. 1, January/February 1975, “Underwater UFO Base Off Venezuela?” by Gordon Creighton, p. 12 

UFOCAT PRN – 86760

UFOCAT URN – NONE  Flying Saucer Review, January/February 1975, p. 12

UFOCAT URN – 86760 Flying Saucer Review, June 1975, p. 12           

South America - Venezuela

La Guaira         Latitude 10-36 N, Longitude 66-56 W (D-M)

Reference: Venezuela Gazetteer, Prepared in the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., August 1961.       

UFO Location (UFOCAT) Latitude 10.63 N, Longitude 66.94 W (D.%) 


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