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  Category 2, Close Encounters 
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A Hynek Classification of Close Encounter is usually an incident involving an object less than 500 feet from the witness.  The size of the object,  viewing conditions, or stereoscopic vision (depth perception)  may render the object in greater detail and still qualify the sighting as a Close Encounter even though the object may have been beyond 500'.  The incident depicted in the logo was encountered during an intense storm near Princeton, IN,  Aug. 1973.

Triangular Object Exits The Sea
April ??, 1957
(Latitude 54.15 N, Longitude 15.53 E)

Fran Ridge:
April ??,1957; Kolobrzeg (Latitude 54.15 N, Longitude 15.53 E)
Coastguards and civilians saw the sea suddenly become agitated. Then the waves in a particular stretch of water swelled and out shot a triangular object of 4-5 metres in size. It rose swiftly, encircling the locality, then finally rushed upwards disappearing into space. Army units were rushed to the spot and made an exhaustive search of the brushwood on the seashore. The next day a team of divers did the same in the water. (UFOs and Anti-Gravity: Piece for a Jig-Saw by Leonard G. Cramp, p. 129, © 1966)

Detailed reports and documents
reports/5704XXkolobrzeg_waterufo.net_item.php_id=101.pdf (Rullan)

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