ANOTHER NAVY REPORT - Classified, no doubt, but picked
up by a ham radio operator listening in on Navy wavelengths. This is dated April 13, 1956, at 1:20
a.m. and is listed on page 18 of Williamson’s Telonics
Research Bulletin for July-Sept. 1956:
"... Something very large plunged into the sea only
about a half mile north of us. It was all lighted up."
Silence for a bit, then:
"No, we saw no signal coming from the object."
"Yes, we are now cruising around in circles right
over the spot where it vanished but there is nothing to be seen. No oil slick, no signs of wreckage,
nothing." The transmitting plane or ship said it would keep searching
and report if anything was found. The ham listener heard no more reports.
This reference: The
Akualele Research Group Bulletin, Vol. 2, No.
5, Honolulu, HI, dated 01 August 1957.
With thanks to The J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO
Studies (CUFOS): http://www.cufos.org/
UFOCAT PRN - 26503
URN – 026502 Preliminary Catalog (N=500) by
Jacques Vallee, #430, © 1966
URN – 180045 Challenge to Science by Jacques Vallee, 217-430, © 1966
URN – 026503 Computerized Catalog (N=3076), #2102 by Jacques Vallee, no ©
Note: This one
shows Pacific Ocean. The other two show California.
Unknown location in Pacific Ocean – Probably close to