Underwater Alien Bases
The Gulf Breeze UFO Incident

Underwater Alien Bases
The Gulf Breeze UFO Incident

The Gulf Breeze UFO incident is a famous series of UFO sightings which occurred beginning on November 11th, 1987.

New Evidence which includes the discovery of a model in a house once owned by Ed Walters which bares striking resemblance to the UFOs in his photographs shifted the majority opinion to believe that Ed Walters photos of the 1987 sightings were most likely faked.

However, some believe that this particular evidence of the model found in a house that Ed Walters lived in may have been planted to discredit him.

Over 200 witnesses have come forward and claimed to have witnessed the same objects in the skies. 

On November 11th 1987, the small town of Gulf Breeze, Florida is inundated with UFO sightings. More than 200 witnesses see strange, unexplained lights in the sky. The strange sightings last through the early 1990s.

The mountain of evidence is overwhelming – videos, eyewitnesses, and news coverage everywhere. But where are these Gulf Coast UFOs coming from? 

Shockingly, 90 miles away in Cuba, U.S. military personnel stationed in Guantanamo Bay may be seeing USO's –– Unidentified Submerged Objects –– rising out of the ocean.

We will examine satellite images of what appear to be underwater landing strips and other strange evidence.

The Gulf Breeze UFO incident is a famous series of UFO sightings which occurred beginning on November 11th, 1987 in Gulf Breeze, Florida that started a flap of sightings that Gulf Breeze residents claim still persists to this day.

Gulf Breeze was a small city of approximately 6,000 at the time of a wave of UFO sightings that began in late 1987.

News of high-quality UFO photos spread rapidly and worldwide and became the subject of newspaper and magazine articles, television talk shows and feature programs.

The "Gulf Breeze UFO Incident" most definitive evidence is a series of photographs and contact claims made by Ed Walters that began, for him, on November 11th, 1987.

Walters reported and documented a series of UFO sightings over a period of three weeks. The photographs of the craft were unusually clear and initially Walters' claims generated great excitement.

Research by Jerry Black in the early 1990s revealed a trail of suspicious money leading to Walters, giving the initial indications that the case was a hoax.

Over subsequent years, new evidence including the discovery of a model in a house once owned by Walters, similar to the UFOs in his photographs, shifted majority opinion to believe that Walters' photos of the 1987 sightings were faked.

Although Ed Walters was the nexus of the Gulf Breeze sightings, he was not the only person to claim a sighting. According to ufocasebook.com, an estimated 200+ others came forward with sightings, videos and/or photographs during a three-year period.

Gulf Breeze UFO

The story of a man named Ed Walters who photographed alleged UFOs over Gulf Breeze, Florida.

In 1987 the world paid attention to reports of sightings of UFOs in Gulf Breeze, Florida. These sightings became even more popular when a man named Ed Walters claimed that he had photographed the UFOs over Gulf Breeze.

These photos of what are alleged UFOs were clear pictures of something strange that was seen by multiple witnesses.

Ed Walters claimed that his first sighting occurred on November 11th, 1987. He was working late in the evening when he noticed a bright light shining into his window.

He went outside to locate the origins of this light and noticed a glowing object in the sky.

Walters got closer to the object and noticed that this object had square windows, portals and a glowing ring around the bottom. He ran and grabbed his camera and took several pictures of the strange object. Walters claims that at this point he was hit by a beam of light from the object.

He claims that his body was lifted off the ground and he heard a voice stating "Do not worry, we will not harm you". He claims that he than started to receive images in his mind and the next thing he claims to remember was waking up.

A few days after the alleged strange encounter he took the pictures to a local newspaper. He told the editor of the newspaper the events that occured and gave him the pictures but claimed that this event happened to a friend of his and not him.

Walters was afraid of being mocked, he told the editor that his friend claimed: "Bang! Something hit me. All over my body, I tried to lift my arms, I couldn't move them. They were blue, I was blue, everything was blue. I was in a blue light beam. I was trying to breathe but my chest wouldn't expand. My feet lifted off the floor, a voice groaned in my head, 'We will not harm you.' I screamed, and the voice said to calm down."

Photos of the Alleged Craft Witnessed by Ed Walters

Alleged object landing on a road in Gulf
Breeze, Florida.

Photo of a UFO taken from Ed Walters.

UFO in Gulf Breeze, Florida.

Walters anonymity would not last and soon people all over Gulf Breeze knew the man who took the pictures of the UFO, and shortly later the news spread throughout the world. Walters took more photos of these strange crafts and claimed more visits of the beings that drove them. Soon, Walters credibility was on the line. MUFON got involved which gave a huge boost and credibility to his case since MUFON believed that these sightings were genuine.

Although MUFON believed the sightings were real many other investigators as well as the public were not convinced. Many believed that this whole event was a large hoax created by Walters. Although Walters was the main witness of these events, over 200 other witnesses came forward claiming they witnessed the same object over Gulf Breeze and some even took their own photos of the object.

To this day, the investigators and public seem to be divided about the Gulf Breeze event. Some believe that the events are real and took place while others believe it is just a large scale hoax and it never did occur.