Date: 4 October 1989
Place: South of Milos
island, Aegean Sea.
Description: Ioannis Galaris,
captain of cargo ship HOPE-II reported that at 09:30 an unidentified flying object fell into the
sea, south of Ayos Georgios islet, near Kimolos island, during a storm. The UFO left “intense
contrails” in the air that remained in the sky for about half an hour. He also reported that the sea
was “boiling” for 10 minutes at the point where the object fell. Three
quarters of an hour later, two fighter planes were seen to fly towards the
area. It was announced that there was no trace found.
Source: Patris Pyrgou newspaper,
The next day, the Greek warship “Lindos” reported a
strange malfunction and it was tugged to Milos harbour. “Lindos” was patrolling 10 miles south of Ayos Georgios at the time of the
Source: Eleftherotypia newspaper,
reference: E-mail from Turkish researcher Sefer Murat Aksoy.
Greek USO cases from Greek researcher, Thanassis. Vembos Website: http://www.vembos.gr
With thanks to both of the gentlemen mentioned above.
UFOCAT PRN – NONE
Ayos Georgios Latitude 38-36 N, Longitude
25-32 E [Island – Agios Georgios]
36-41 N, Longitude 24-15 E (D-M) [Island]
Aegean Sea Latitude
39-00 N, Longitude 25-00 E
Kimolos island Latitude
36-50 N, Longitude 24-30 E [Island]
This reference - Greece
Gazetteer prepared in the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior,
Washington, D.C., September 1955