". . . vanished into thin air." This phrase appears again and again in the UFO reports of the past 100 years. The crew of the fishing boat Fram described the sudden disappearance of a strange, giant airplane off the coast of Norway on February 11, 1937. The Fram was circling a cape near Kvalsvik, Norway, at 9 p.m. when they sighted the plane resting on the water. Thinking the craft might be in trouble, the captain changed his course and headed for it. Red and green lights were visible on the machine but as the boat approached, the lights suddenly went out and the object was enveloped in a cloud of smoke and disappeared almost magically.
This reference: “Ocean Based UFO’s Ring the U.S.” by John Keel, Male Magazine, p. 48, November 1970.
UFOCAT PRN – 11162
UFOCAT URN – 011162 UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse by John Keel, p. 135, © 1970
UFOCAT URN – NONE Ocean Based UFO’s Ring the U.S. by John Keel, Male Magazine,
p. 48, November 1970,
UFOCAT URN – 074048 Flying Saucer Review, September 1971, p. 22
UFOCAT URN – 076273 UFO Nachtrichten, August 1972
UFOCAT URN – 068727 World-Wide Catalog of Type 1 Reports, #0129 by Peter Rogerson,
no © date.
UFOCAT URN – 180187 Lumières dans la Nuit, #165
UFOCAT URN – 174290 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 00434, © 2002
Europe - Norway
Kvalsvik – Latitude 62-22 N, Longitude 5-34 E (D-M)
Reference: Norway Gazetteer, prepared in the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., May 1963