Go Back Report # 916


       But of far greater significance was the appearance of the strange lighted sea waves in certain waters when a ship's radar was activated.

       The M.V. British Premier was in the southern part of the Persian Gulf on Nov. 30, 1951. The ship's master, Capt. F. G. Baker, made this report:    

". . . The ship's radar apparatus had been switched on with a view to checking her position when in the same instant. . . the most brilliant, boomerang-shaped arcs of phosphorescent light appeared in the sea, gyrating in a clockwise direction to starboard and clockwise to port, but all sweeping inwards toward the ship from points situated from five to six points on either bow and some two miles distant, and conveying the impression that they ricocheted from each other on meeting at the ship's bows and then turned and travelled away astern to similar points which were equidistant on either side and about four points on each quarter. Duration: 15 minutes."

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, p. 68, © 1977.

UFOCAT PRN – NONE           

Southwestern Asia – Body of water is the Persian Gulf

Position unknown       


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