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Arctic UFO Photographs, USS Trepang, SSN 674, March 1971

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This got started when I heard from one of my sources in Europe that some pictures that I might want to take a look at were making the rounds.

These turned out to be the pictures that a French Paranormal magazine called Top Secret published. They claimed that they received them from an anonymous source. That is all they have have said publicly so far.

Top Secret source and mine are unrelated. I made connections in the intelligence community in Europe years ago in a project unrelated to UFOs. It was for the Congo’s Mokele-mbembe project that I was working on. They have always been reliable, but you know how these things go, you never really know.

I have used them on information based on Russian UFOs in the past, and they have been very reliable with that.

I’m obviously trying to directly get access to Top Secret‘s original source, so we’ll see. By the way, feel free to contact them yourself or anyone that you feel can help.

Obviously, I want to stay on point with this, and be part of whatever comes out in this case, but the important thing is to get to the truth, and “The Black Vault” name is extremely well respected and that can very much help.

 

Another one of the unknown objects.

Here is what we know so far. The original anonymous source claims that these:

1) The photos were taken from a United State Navy submarine.

2) The location was between Iceland and Jan Mayen island in the Atlantic Ocean. (Jan Mayen belongs to Norway, and is only inhabited by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the Norwegian military.)

3) They were taken in March of 1971.

4) The Submarine was the Navy’s USS Trepang (SSN 674) and the Admiral on board was Dean Reynolds Sackett. Obviously, the next step is to try and locate this Admiral Dean Reynolds, if he exists.

5) The Submarine came upon the object by “accident,” as they were in the region on a routine joint military and scientific expedition. Officer John Klika was the one who initially spotted the object with the periscope.

This obviously implies that it wasn’t ours, and unfortunately doesn’t explain the different objects seen in the pictures.

Top Secret claims that on one of the pictures, there were some inscriptions. I don’t have a version of this, and it is too faint to see on these photographs.

...full article...
http://www.theblackvault.com/casefiles/arctic-ufo-photographs-uss-trepang-ssn-674-march-1971/
 

 

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I love this ! It is one of my favorite topics . I have seen at three times in my life things that I would call UFOs . They are here !!  Yes they are !!  And to if I can add, TheBlackVault has to one of the top sites for this info .

Good find & Great post !

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I love this ! It is one of my favorite topics . I have seen at three times in my life things that I would call UFOs . They are here !!  Yes they are !!  And to if I can add, TheBlackVault has to one of the top sites for this info .

Good find & Great post !

Glad you like it.  Yes, seen one myself, fairly up close (when it 'flew' over my house when I was 10 years old.)  Family even called the police to investigate (who found nothing.)

Yeah, good site.

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