Submarine “Dakar” in 1968 may sink due to the impact of an underwater UFO

Humanity’s technological progress over the last few centuries has given people planes, steamships, trains, helicopters, submarines, spaceships and much more.

Along with this diversity, our civilization has also known great catastrophes. The same “Titanic”, several accidents on the railroads, plane crashes. But not in all cases there was a collapse. Some incidents remained without a logical explanation. The sinking of the Dakar submarine can be considered such a case.

In 1968, a submarine purchased by Israel from England sailed from the British city of Portsmouth. The route was chosen as the safest. Almost three weeks later, the Dakar was due to arrive in the Israeli city of Haifa. But that didn’t happen.

On January 9, 1968, the submarine was last seen. Communication with the crew was maintained until 24 January. Having outrun the island of Crete, the submarine’s captain, Yaakov Ranaan, announced that the Dakar would arrive in Haifa almost a day ahead of schedule.

Those words turned out to be the last sentence received from the submarine. After 6 hours, no one contacted the center. To avoid panic among the population, the country’s leadership reported interruptions in communication with the crew and referred to poor weather conditions in Israel when a sandstorm began.

Two days later, the country’s prime minister admitted that communication with the submariners had been lost.

For five years, the search for the sunken submarine yielded no results. Only 31 years later, in 1999, American submersibles, scouring the bottom of the water area between Cyprus and Crete, noticed a strange object. It turned out to be the Dakar submarine.

Subsequent investigations showed that there was no damage from the alleged mine or torpedo explosion. The boat was in almost pristine condition. The Americans’ attempts to blame the USSR for the submarine’s death were unsuccessful.

Something caused all the equipment to break down.

Official documents on the results of the submarine survey were declassified only in 2015. According to these reports, the Dakar submarine was not attacked, the cause of the flood was the mysterious failure of all systems.

In the same year 2015, the Israeli media became aware of the beginning of additional information about this case, since the documents received did not indicate the reason for the failure of the equipment.

No response was received to this request. Then, a variety of versions began to appear: from underwater UFO radiation to a common malfunction.

Despite all efforts, it was not possible to lift the submarine from a depth of 3,000 meters. Only part of the felling was brought to the surface. At the same time, the mystery is that all the sailors went somewhere in the sunken submarine.

“I wish we had something to believe in or hope we could hide. There’s nothing we know that you don’t know. We are not hiding anything,” said then Defense Minister Moshe Dayan.

“We don’t know anything other than that at some point the contact was broken and we haven’t heard anything since,” he said.

A mysterious glow in that region was captured by fishermen from England.

“If we knew definitively, if we had factual evidence that the crew members or that some of them drowned or died, we would go to the parents and the families and tell them,” Dayan said.

Investigators did not find a single body of a crew member. Where could people have gone? The mystery of the death of the submarine “Dakar” is one of the unsolved to this day.

Independent researchers found entries in a UK archive report. He said England’s fishing trawler recorded a 22 meter round luminous object in the area of ​​the future Dakar undersea disaster.

The object then floated to the surface, then went to the depths and became distinguishable only on radar. Based on this, the version about the impact of underwater UFO radiation on the submarine’s equipment and the subsequent shutdown of the equipment may be true.

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