July 9, 2015

Amazing UFO Photographs taken from a US Navy Submarine in 1971

The black and white images are believed to have been taken from the USS Trepang SSN 674 submarine as it traveled between Iceland and Norway's Jan Mayen Island in 1971 are evidence of secret US craft or Alien craft?


Alex Mistretta, a paranormal investigator and author, investigated the images after they first appeared in French paranormal magazine Top Secret following an alleged leaked, according to the Black Vault.

The original anonymous source claims that:

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.

John Greenewald, Jr. from the Black Fault has verified all the points the original source has claimed and although his investigation is ongoing, he was happy to see that many of the facts did pan out which means if it is a hoax, whoever did it definitely thought it out before hand.

To see all original large UFO images and more information on this case, please visit the Black Vault.

Below video shows photographs of the Arctic UFOs taken from the submarine.

7 comments:

  1. 4 star rating on these. The long cylindrical UFO is exact to to USS Nimitz sighting.

    http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view_episode_scripts.php?tv-show=hangar-1-the-ufo-files-2014&episode=s02e02

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2n5zmx

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  2. No way these are real. Easy to fake.

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    1. Easy to fake? Prove it. Post your version or shut up and get missing.

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    2. They are Zeppelin photos probably from the 1st World War. Photo quality is harsh for 1971. No way real Navy Photos would somehow make it to the public. There are strict protocols in place to prevent leaks of official documents. Prove to me they are real or STFU.

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    3. I don't see any pictures posted of Zeppelin or otherwise. Try not to be the biggest troll on the web today and show us a Zeppelin that looks like these photos. Last chance to follow the protocol or get missing. BTW if you can, read the story that comes with the photos and feel free to contact the writer.

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  3. Hmm, enjoying this story. As mentioned above the photo quality is rather poor for 1971 military, however they do seem to be photo's of photo's so were unable to judge the original material, equally though it's more difficult to disprove a genuine photo of a fake photo. Also as mentioned above there should be no way these pictures have made it to the public eye, but I like to think someone who felt that the public have a right to see them surreptitiously took the pictures of the originals with a buttonhole camera whilst keeping his martini steady in one hand and fending off fawning women with the other. Unless it was in the UK, where a government official would just get off a train having forgotten they'd left a laptop open on the seat for all to see.

    Keith W

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  4. Ha ha ha Keith your comment did make me chuckle! Love the way you expressed that, very comical but then again probably true!

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