Missing Ships and Water UFOs
In Chapter 8, page 115 of his book
“Invisible Residents”, Mr. Sanderson delves into “The Bermuda Triangle”.
Between pages 124 through 126 are the dates and names of missing ships, BUT
aside from the fact that many ships do disappear mysteriously, I cannot imagine
of attaching UFOs to the disappearances. There has not been a single
instance that I’m aware of, where a UFO was seen visually or on radar to
“abduct” a ship. Of course we all have seen the implication of this in the
well-done movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”, where a missing ship is
found in the middle of a desert, and along with the previous scene of the
famous missing Flight 19 (which never reported a UFO), leads us into
supposition that UFOs were the cause of both cases?
A more mundane observation can be found
on this website by going to 10-30-1906, where asked what would have happened it
the meteor tumbled on the St. Andrew, Mr. Spencer said:
ship would have been burned out immediately and every soul on board destroyed.
I have no doubt that many of the vessels which have been lost at sea in
apparently fine weather have been destroyed by falling meteors."
Super waves have also been linked to ships going down suddenly. The following site list such occurrences:
Hole of a Tsunami, or sliding down the backside of a huge wave of this sort could account for unexplained disappearances.
History Channel presented a scientifically orchestrated experiment to find if the release of large amounts of Methane could cause buoyancy loss with eventual sinking. The result was positive.
…….For the above reasons, it is not logical to link the UFO phenomenon to ship disappearances and should be regarded only as unnecessary speculation for the purpose of filling a books pages.
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