For all of my life I have known a well-respected and honest man who has told me this one story that makes it ever so hard to tell if it’s true or not. This man is not a jokester, never lies about anything, and has told this story to our family for many years. He was in the navy aboard the USS Norfolk in the late 1960’s during the Vietnam War. One evening all of the crew watched as an unknown flying object hovered around the ship for approximately an hour. This craft would then disappear into the water then again rise into the sky following the ship for many miles. Detectors could not identify what or who it was. On its last dive back into the ocean, the crew headed back to their rooms and positions to call it a night. A little while later the spotter, who remained in position at a vantage point, began screaming out loud and into his radio for others to get out on deck. Upon arrival, the crew noticed wet marks heading towards a stairwell that led to a small shop on board that was closed shut by vertical steel bars at this time of night. When the crew ran down they noticed the bars were bent open like they were just plastic and nothing was ever found passed that. The men on board were told that there was to be no talk of that event and that it would be further investigated.
Upon some research, hundreds of sightings and occurrences happened with naval ships during that time. William Cooper, author of Behold a Pale Horse, mentioned a similar situation within this book and was scrutinized for years about it. Seeing is believing for most people; I personally do not know what to believe.