was observed from the S.S. Somersetshire on Aug. 25, 1925. It was about 150 miles south
of present-day Oman when the second officer, P. Hawkins, observed:
"A white line [which]
seemed to be coming toward the ship at a tremendous speed from the east,
[and] which had the appearance of breakers. Very shortly after, the whole sea
was quite white, with now and again circular, streaky, black patches,
and the whole surrounding area was brilliantly lit up."
Hawkins added this
comment which was later found to be a singular condition in many of the
time (9:20 p.m. until 10:40 p.m.) the atmospheric conditions were
extraordinary. No sound was heard, not even the wind or the breaking of the
sea. No swell was visible and one vessel, which had previously been rolling
heavily, had practically no movement. In fact, one could almost have been in
It is interesting
to note that this "unnatural" silence and motion has also been
reported in many close range UFO sightings.
This reference: “Bermuda Triangle Special Report 1977,” compiled
by the editors of SAGA Magazine &
UFO Report. “Strange Underwater Wheels of Light” by Lucius Farish &
Dale M. Titler, © 1977.
UFOCAT PRN – NONE
Middle East –
“150 miles south of present-day Oman”. Body of water is the Arabian Sea.