Go Back Report # 880
A large number of "USOs" have been seen in the Santa Monica Bay and Santa Catalina

10-LL-1969 [Note: English translation follows Spanish text]           

Misterios en los mares del Caribe                     

       En los últimos días de octubre de 1969, el destructor estadunidense US. DLG-27 había zarpado de la base de Guantánamo y navegaba por el norte de Cuba. Eran casi las doce de la noche cuando los tripulantes vieron de pronto, levantándose en el horizonte, un disco brillante y plateado semejante a la Luna. Pero éste era mil veces mayor y siguió allí por espacio de unos quince minutos. De regreso a la base se negaron los tripulantes a informar de lo que vieron, para que nadie se fuese a burlar de ellos. Hubo que esperar hasta el año 1974, cuando comenzó a crecer el interés mundial en el Triángulo de las Bermudas, para decidirse a comunicar lo que vieron, al igual que harían numerosos testigos de otros fenómenos increíbles. 

Mysteries in the Caribbean Seas      

       In the last days of October, 1969, the American destroyer US DLG-27 weighed anchor off the Guantanamo Naval Base and sailed to the north of the island of Cuba. It was almost midnight when members of the crew saw a silver, brilliant disk that resembled the moon, rise suddenly in the horizon. But it was one thousand times bigger than the moon, and continued to hover in space for approximately fifteen minutes. Upon their return to the base, the crewmembers refused to report the incident, afraid that someone will make fun of them. It was necessary to wait until the year 1974, when the world interest in the Bermuda triangle began to grow, that they decided to communicate the sighting, as well as numerous witness of similar incredible phenomena.                                                                                                        

This reference: Enigma! No. 6, p. 5 “Mysteries in the Caribbean Seas”. Author and date of publication unknown.

       With Thanks to Mr. Martín for permission to post and who can be reached via e-mail at:

jmartin@prcinternet.net or via phone at: (787) 758-0692.     

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UFOCAT URN – NONE Enigma! No. 6, p. 5 “Mysteries in the Caribbean Seas”. Author and date of publication unknown.          

Central America – Cuba

Guantanamo Navel Base - Latitude 20-00 N, Longitude 75-10 E (D-M)

Reference: Cuba Gazetteer, Prepared in the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., May 1963  

DLG 27 - USS Josephus Daniels (HULL 343).

Reference: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&q=DLG-27&btnG=Search

 



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