Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by karl 12, Dec 27, 2017.
New video address for submarine incident
Another excellent post Karl, this guy comes across as 100% reasonable and grounded in reality. The story that he told is absolutely believable, and the thing that he mentioned about the 'luminescence-trails' under the sea being possible traces [skid-marks] of USO's has long been a strong possibility to me as well, there has been a multitude of submerged luminosity reports from sailors throughout man's seafaring history. Reports in which the lights or trails of light are seen to move at great speeds, I always thought didn't match up to the natural bio-luminescent life forms that inhabit our oceans, and as these were relatively frequently witnessed by experienced old sea dogs long before the advent of submarines , then then it certainly stands to reason that there is indeed something peculiar going on under the sea.
Hola my friend and seasons greetings to you (and everyone else) - certainly agree there's something peculiar going on under the sea mate and the sheer volume of USO reports (or UFOs emerging from / submerging into the world's oceans) is a bit of a shocker - once took part in a thread which involved over 30 pages of reports from naval officers, ship's captains, crewmen, coastguards, submariners, fishermen, airline pilots, policemen, sonar operators etc. so the testimony is definitely out there.
This interview with Carl Feindt is a great one (if anyone's not heard it before) and I really do agree that the 'marine aspect' of the UFO subject is a really important one.
Recently watched this old doco and was reminded that the Bethune case also involved unknown objects 'on the water'- very interesting stuff!
Hola to you too my friend, and it goes without saying that my wishes of a brilliant festive season is with you and yours as well old buddy.
And yes, I recall the USO thread [and many others] of yours that I learned a great deal about the phenomenon from.
It was probably from one of these fine threads that I first heard of Carl W Feindt, his work and his site and have taken in several interviews with him and have to agree that he is indeed a very important figure in the whole ETH scene and especially the 'water connection'. His character may not have the same 'romantic old adventurer' vibe as Ivan T Sanderson, ... but what is his strength is his more altogether circumstantial unembellished directness that may not always be said about Ivan. lol. [although even he cannot convince me that Linda Cortile isn't just a fantasist]
Yes I have been aware of Graham Bethune and his fascinating encounter for many years, and am always quick to add to any discussion about that great encounter that he , the crew members and passengers had with the large UFO back in 1951 that I have no doubt that the encounter really did happen as he recalled, and that it was to my mind at least, certainly an extra0terrestrial encounter [and not the secret Russian craft tests that his superiors suggested], his character always comes across as being nothing less than upright and reputable . And since seeing him recount his experience on several different occasions , nothing has made me change my mind that he is telling the truth about his encounter!..... though I did at one time have to shake my head when he was speaking at one of those Steven Greer get-togethers and said that none of his sons whom were normal youngsters of about 10 and 12 in the 1950's had ever heard of flying saucers! ... 1950's... flying saucers... ?? ... Who are you kidding Graham? Flying saucers was the biggest thing in the world for young boys back in the 1950's! ... unless of course they didn't have access to comics, TV, the movies or the company of any other normal kids? ... but I guess that he either threw that bit of nonsense in simply for the effect, or ... he was just a busy pilot that didn't spend much time with his boys.
...But all in all, I still regard his encounter as a pukka case!
Hola 1963 and a very happy new year to you mate (and everyone else) - I´m sure you´ve seen it before but for those who are interested Carl Feindt´s master list can be found here - also when it comes to the Bethune case I think my favourite part is that (although it's said all 31 crew and passengers on the plane witnessed the object) the psychiatrist on board kept his eyes shut because he didn't want to lose his job.
All the best pal.
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