Another interesting and possibly related event happened 12 days later, on 2 March 1975. That night a group of fishermen observed a very bright light moving horizontally at low altitude in the sky, and coming from the Patagonian mesa. The men were aboard a fishing boat a few kilometers north of the Valdez (sic) Peninsula. The light, which had a definite form and emitted a loud buzzing hum, stopped suddenly over the waters of the gulf and dived beneath the waves and disappeared under the sea. The witnesses insist that this was not a meteorite nor an airplane of any known kind.
Many UFO investigators and students of the phenomenon feel that much evidence points to the possibility of a submarine base for UFO operations somewhere beneath the waters of one of these deep gulfs. The water here is over 500 feet deep in places. The area is sparsely populated and inhospitable to humans, and is well protected naturally from disturbances of civilization.
Reference for the above text is:UFO Contact from Undersea by Dr. Virgilio Sanchez-Ocejo and Lt. Col. Wendelle C. Stevens (Ret.), p. 178, © 1982
UFOCAT PRN - 159500
UFOCAT URN – 159500 Saga UFO Report, March 1977, p. 39
UFOCAT URN – NONE UFO Contact from Undersea by Dr. Virgilio Sanchez-Ocejo and Lt. Col. Wendelle C. Stevens (Ret.), p. 178, © 1982
South America – Argentina. Body of water is the Gulfo San Matías.
Patagonia Latitude 44-00 S, Longitude 68-00 W (D-M) [Region]
Península de Valdés Latitude 42-30 S, Longitude 64-00 W
Gulfo de San Matías Latitude 41-30 S, Longitude 64-15 W
Reference: Argentina Gazetteer, Prepared in the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., February 1968.
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