Go Back Report # 864



Early 1968, Night, Luda, Liaoning Province


    In early 1968 four coast artillerymen of the Naval garrison at Luda, Liaoning Province in north China, discovered a golden luminous object of oval form that flew along leaving a thin trail in the air. It climbed steeply at an incredible speed; A short time later the object disappeared in the sky to the right of the fleet. The moment the egg-shaped object began its ascent all communications failed and so did the radar, almost causing an accident in the fleet. The naval patrol went on alert and the fleet commander ordered his men to prepare for combat. The situation was very tense! A half hour later, at a critical moment communications and instruments suddenly began to function normally and the elements of the defense force were once more in contact with each other. A two-man Coast Guard Patrol reported seeing the object land on the south coast. Soldiers sent to investigate found that it had mysteriously disappeared.


Reference for the above text is: UFOs over Modern China by Paul (Moon Wai) Dong, pp. 48-49, © 1983


UFOCAT PRN – 126116[DOS: 01-??-1968]

UFOCAT URN – 126116 UFOs over Modern China by Paul (Moon Wai) Dong, pp. 48-49, © 1983

UFOCAT URN – NONE    Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 29, No. 6

UFOCAT URN – 175719 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # XXXXXX, © 2002



Asia – China, Liaoning Sheng

Lushun             Latitude 38-47-60 N, Longitude 121-16-00 E (D-M-S)

Dalian               Latitude 38-54-44 N, Longitude 121-36-08 E

Reference: http://www.fallingrain.com/world/

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