Amazing as well as shocking stories have always fascinated man. Be the stories coming from space or sea; strange things have always pulled human beings.
Moreover, tales of survival and shocking sea stories that took place on its most inhospitable islands have awestruck man since he first set sail into the deep blue unknown.
Let's look at the stories that will amaze as well as thrill us for sure.
That's correct, two fishermen found a female body floating in the water and by the time they went to call the Coast Guard her body disappeared without a trace.
During a thunderstorm near Okinawa, Japan fisherman witnessed a chorus of jellyfish giving off a purple and red light which lit up the nearby area.
Passengers on a charter boat were quite shocked to see a deer swim by so far out from land.
There are several unfortunate stories of fishermen finding someone hanging from the boom of their boat or just off their boat in the middle of the sea. Quite tragic indeed!
Members of the Coast Guard reported seeing unaccounted lights from underneath their ship. Evidently, this was a common occurrence that had been logged multiple times.
A sailor once reported witnessing a whale being within a gigantic wave that rose above him on his boat. That definitely makes for a great drinking story.
During WWII an allied mine sweeping vessel left a downed German pilot in the sea as he was waving for rescue. The vessel was under orders to not stop under any circumstance so they could avoid a submarine attack.
During WWII after a submarine sunk a ship they would surface to confirm the kill, often sailors from the downed ship would cling to the submarine begging for help as it submerged under water. They, of course, went on to drown.
A crew who was shark fishing became unnerved when they found this steel alloy hook bent in half with the bait missing. What in the ocean could be that strong?
A junior radar officer noticed a ship moving at 2,000 mph in the early 1990s that was turning in a circular motion. He was convinced he had seen an alien UFO.