Go Back Report # 473
08-03-1974

08-03-1974  

(196)  Saturday, 3 August 1974   (22:15) Benajarafe (Málaga, Spain)           

       Two seminarians informed the office of the local newspaper that they had seen an unidentified object on the sea emitting orange, yellow, and green flashes, which emerged and submerged several times in a row, then disappearing in the sky at great speed. The object was 200 m. away. It was also seen by the customers of a restaurant and a hotel in the area. (Sur, 4 August 1974.)                                                                                                                         

This reference: A Catalogue of 200 Type-1 UFO Events in Spain and Portugal, by Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos, #196, p. 52

With thanks to Larry Hatch’s *U* UFO DATABASE, see http://www.larryhatch.net

UFOCAT PRN – 094320 [DOS: 08-EE-1974]

UFOCAT URN – 094320 Flying Saucer Review, May/June 1977, p. 33

UFOCAT PRN – 176862 [DOS: 08-03-1974]

UFOCAT URN – 176862 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 10895 © 2002       

UFOCAT PRN – 078381 [DOS: 08-04?-1974] Note: Text does show 08-03-1974.

UFOCAT URN – 078381 Catalog of 200 Type-1 UFO Events in Spain and Portugal by Ballester
                                        Olmos Vicente-Juan, #052 © CUFOS 1976.

Europe – Spain, Málaga

Benajarafe       Latitude 36-43 N, Longitude 4-12 W (D-M) [Railroad Station]

Málaga             Latitude 36-48 N, Longitude 4-45 W  [ADMD]

Cape Trafalgar Latitude 36-11 N, Longitude 6-02 W

Reference: Spain and Andorra Gazetteer, Prepared by the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., April 1961

UFO Location (UFOCAT) Latitude 36.72 N, Longitude 4.21 W (D.%)

                                      Latitude 36.72 N, Longitude 4.17 W [URN 176862]  


 



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