The Nazi U-boat Battle Versus a Giant Sea Monster




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The U-28 Creature is not the name of an individual monster but rather
the name given to a single sighting of a yet to be identified beast.
This chance encounter with an animal that would later be referred to as
the U-28 Creature took place in the early portion of World War I after a
military engagement between the U Boat 28 and the British steamer
Iberian. The Captain of the U Boat, Commander Freiherr George G von
Forstner, described the encounter in the following passage taken from
his log books:

“On July 30, 1915, our U-28 torpedoed the British steamer Iberian, which
was carrying a rich cargo across the North Atlantic. The steamer sank
so swiftly that its bow stuck up almost vertically into the air. Moments
later the hull of the Iberian disappeared. The wreckage remained
beneath the water for approximately twenty-five seconds, at a depth that
was clearly impossible to assess, when suddenly there was a violent
explosion, which shot pieces of debris – among them a gigantic aquatic
animal – out of the water to a height of approximately 80-feet.”

“At that moment I had with me in the conning tower six of my officers of
the watch, including the chief engineer, the navigator, and the
helmsman. Simultaneously we all drew one another’s attention to this
wonder of the seas, which was writhing and struggling among the debris.
We were unable to identify the creature, but all of us agreed that it
resembled an aquatic crocodile, which was about 60-feet long, with four
limbs resembling large webbed feet, a long, pointed tail and a head
which also tapered to a point. Unfortunately we were not able to take a
photograph, for the animal sank out of sight after ten or fifteen
seconds.”

One important thing to note about this encounter is the manner in which
the captain recorded the encounter. In general submarine captains are
not known to be prone to exaggeration, leading some to believe that he
would not detail such an encounter in any other way but as it happened.
Also there would be absolutely no reason to concoct such a fantastic
story knowing, as we all do, that the majority of people who report
strange encounters are generally looked upon as crazy and meet with only
ridicule.

Some investigators have theorized that this encounter could indicate a
surviving specimen of pliosaurs or mosasaurs, both of which are though
to have resembled gigantic crocodiles. The fossil record of these
creatures also seems to indicate that their spines were very flexible,
which could account for the more serpentine like movement of the U-28
Creature and other so called Sea Serpents sometimes spotted in this area
of the world.

There are also a handful of researchers who have suggested that this
creature may have been being transported by the steamer, only to be
released into the ocean when the ship exploded. This small number of
investigators have stated that any creature swimming in the ocean would
more than likely keep its distance for a naval battle and the subsequent
sinking of a ship due to gun fire, and for the U-28 creature to have
been blown out of the water upon the Iberian’s explosion the creature
would have had to be swimming almost directly over the sinking ship,
just seconds after it was sunk by torpedo fire. Though it is unclear why
a British steamer would be transporting a 60 foot aquatic creature
across the Atlantic.

On September 2, 1915 the U-28 was damage beyond repair in the North Cape
after being hit by debris from the munitions ship, the Olive Branch,
which exploded after an engagement with the U-28.

It is safe to say that at this point in time the mystery of the U-28
Creature may never be solved, with all eye witnesses of the encounter
having passed away and the Iberian resting at the bottom of the North
Atlantic. Perhaps one day the discovery of a creature similar to that
described by the crew of the U-28 may shed new light on this encounter,
however we will still never know if that new discovery is what the
captain reported that day or if something else, still unknown, lurks in
the depths of the last great unexplored region of Planet Earth, the
ocean.

The Evidence

There is currently no evidence to support the existence of a creature like the U-28 Creature in today’s oceans.

The Sightings

On July 30, 1915, the U-28 torpedoed the British steamer Iberian,
following the Iberian’s sinking below the waves a giant explosion
rocketed debris and one unidentified 60 foot crocodile like creature out
of the water.

The Stats – (Where applicable)

• Classification: Sea Monster
• Size: 60 feet in length
• Weight: Unknown

• Diet: Unknown

• Location: North Atlantic

• Movement: Swimming
• Environment: Ocean

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One Response to “The Nazi U-boat Battle Versus a Giant Sea Monster”

  1. Riccardo says:

    Lol, “nazi U-boat” in ww1? Have you studied history? Nazism in ww1?
    Although, what am I expecting from a website like this…

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