Captain Georg Von Forstner, Captain of the German submarine, U28 in World War I:
“On July 30 1915, our U28torpedoedtheBritishsteamerIberian,carryingarichcargointhe NorthAtlantic.Thesteamersankquickly,the bow sticking almostverticallyintheair.When it had gone forabouttwenty-fiveseconds,there was aviolentexplosion. A littlelater,piecesof thewreckage,andamongthemagiganticsea animal, withering and struggling wildly, wasshot out of the water to a height of 60to 100feet…It was about 60 feet long,waslikeacrocodilein shape, and had four limbs withpowerfulwebbed feet, and a long tail tapering to a point.”
At 10:00 P.M., July 28, 1918, Commander Werner Lowisch of the submarine U-109 reported that he and another crew member saw a giant, crocodile-like monster that was near one-hundred feet in length.
Also, the British Navy recorded dozens of submarine periscope sightings, where there were no submarines.