An American submarine operating off the coast of Alaska was REPORTEDLY torpedoed and SUNK during a firefight with a Russian submarine, after the American sub allegedly intercepted the Russian sub in American waters.

The Russian submarine allegedly sustained heavy damage in the fight, with upwards of 14 crew killed, but it made it back to its base in Russia.

I have calls into the Pentagon and to my Intel Sources seeking to confirm (or deny) this information.

No word on US casualties.


Emergency meetings have been taking place at the White House this afternoon, with Vice President Pence being called back to the White House and having to cancel his scheduled trip to New Hampshire.

As Pence was being called back, word broke in Russian media that Russian President Vladimir Putin cancelled a public event he had long scheduled, and diverted immediately for a meeting with his Defense Minister.

At that meeting, both Putin and the Defense Minister SUMMONED the General Secretary of the Russian Armed Forces to the meeting.


While that was taking place, the European Union headquarters in Brussels Belgium called an Emergency meeting of the EU National Security Council and, separately, the British Government called a COBRA meeting for its government.

This is a developing story.  Check back for updates.



Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the country’s defense chief to travel to a northern naval base to conduct a probe after a fire on a deep-sea research submersible killed 14 crew members. 

(Hal Turner Remark:   A fire huh?  Hmmmmm.  Caused by what?  A firefight with a US Submarine, perhaps?)

Putin on July 2 called the incident a “terrific loss” and told Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu to “personally hear reports” and direct the Investigative Committee to “definitely establish the causes behind this tragedy."

Putin’s meeting with Shoigu came after the Defense Ministry said earlier in the day that 14 sailors were killed when a fire broke out on July 1 aboard a submersible carrying out research work in Russian territorial waters.

(Hal Turner Remark:   "In Russian territorial waters???"  Why the need to say THAT?  Something's fishy already with the public statements from Russia. And US/EU/UK governments do not have "emergency meetings" over a "fire" inside a Russian submarine.   Nope.  I don't buy this one bit.  This sounds like a cover story to me.  Still digging via my intel contacts.)



Here is how events unfolded earlier today, leading up to this story:  Click HERE   (More updates to follow, below)



Despite my inquiries to the Pentagon, Lt. Col. Carla Gleason has failed to respond for several hours.  No confirmation.  No Denial.


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I will give this Intel to you exactly how I just got it.  Make of it what you will:

"An unnatural mobilization at US and Western military bases in the Persian Gulf and in the Gulf states" 


 UPDATE 7:45 PM EDT --

Gold Bullion spiked up by $40 per ounce in the final hours of trading today.  The money people are running to Gold for safety.



It is worth noting that a few U.S. wars have started because of a sunken ship.

1. The sinking of the Battleship Maine in Cuba for the Spanish-American war.

2. Sinking of the Lusitania by a German U-Boat and we go into World War I.

3. The sinking of a whole bunch of ships at a Naval Base named Pearl Harbor and World War II starts.

4. A naval battle in the South China Sea Gulf of Tonkin starts the Viet-Nam war.

5. I guess we could also include the American Revolution due to the Boston Tea Party where Colonial Masons robbed and burned British Ships -AND-

The Civil War starts with an attack on Fort Sumter which is located in Charleston Harbor was essentially a naval battle

I guess the War of 1812 deserves an honorable mention because the Star Spangled Banner was written during a naval bombardment of Fort McHenry.

While Russian Television (RT) has put out a story claiming the research submarine suffered a fire causing the deaths of 14 crew, the article (HERE) again claims the sub was "in Russian Territorial waters."  

Strangely, FOX NEWS has also published a weird story on what the United States specific actions would be in case of a Russian NUCLEAR ATTACK upon America (HERE).   The timing of this particular story is . . . interesting . . . to say the least.



Kremlin says details of a fire that killed 14 crew on a deep-water submersible will not be made public because they include classified information


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    John Spark · 10 months ago
    The Testing Times are soon to come...
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    VINCENT DURYEE · 10 months ago
    Interesting info on the Russian sub.

    Aligns with the Debka report, in that the Losharik piggy backs on a larger sub. This wasnt built for collecting mud samples....they were probably taping underwater cables and got caught.
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    HJ Richards · 10 months ago
    From RT web site "On Monday, a Russian Navy’s deep sea research vessel caught fire during a planned operation aimed at exploring the seabed in the Russian territorial waters." So the water off of Alaska are now part of Russian territorial waters eh ? Any one smell a dead rat here???
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      Ronald Cordova · 10 months ago
      "So the water off of Alaska are now part of Russian territorial waters eh?"

      You might want to refer to Google earth to see just how far Alaska extends into the Northern Pacific ocean island chain and very close to Russia.

      You might also want to measure the distance between the most western shore of Alaska to Russia. It's about 80Km or approximately 43 nautical miles. If both countries claim 12 NM each..............draw your own conclusion.
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      Peter Milne · 10 months ago
      Not understand your point - RT will not give facts "if" there is any foul play
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    Peter Milne · 10 months ago
    My wife is ex Severomorsk Marine Base - Barrett Sea
    There were top level Marine men on this Submarine - this is odd and I think rules out any confrontation near Alaska

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    Ronald Cordova · 10 months ago
    From the Northern coast of Aklaska to Severomorsk is over 2340 Nautical miles. How does a crippled? Russian sub travel that distance in less than 24 hours to its home base?
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      Really · 10 months ago
      I was wondering the same thing. That's pretty fast for a crippled sub. So, either the report is wrong or the Russians have developed the tech to travel underwater at 100+mph. Either way, the military's of the world are acting really weird.
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    HJ Richards · 10 months ago
    Fux news is running with the story that the research sub somehow caught fire during a research mission
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    James Johnson · 10 months ago
    Hal..You know where I live.. Please keep on top of this. Drudge and the main stream are still in the dark about the real news .
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    Sid Levin · 10 months ago
    Submarine / submarine collisions are not unknown. Could explain damage to two submarines. Those sewer pipe guys play rough.
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    Pat Rylance · 10 months ago
    I/we are not hearing anything about the US sub, how many aboard, etc. , can anyone get an update ASAP, please...
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    Daniel Thompson · 10 months ago
    Is this the same Russian sub that had 14 crew members killed in the other story, or are they the same sub? If it's two different subs.....then we might just start all be using our preps soon.
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    Joshua Riddle · 10 months ago
    The Russian Submarine that lost 14 sailors was an AS-12, it's designed to tap undersea cables.

    I envision this scenario, Russian AS-12 enters American waters off Alaska with a mission to tap undersea cables. At some point during the mission, the Russian are discovered by and American Submarine operating within the area.

    This resulted in the possible loss of an American Sub and damage to a Russian Sub.

    If such an incident did occur, it would most likely happen near an undersea cable around the coast of Alaska. Odds are if a sub is missing, the Navy is looking for it.

    So we need to do two things, find where undersea cables run in Alaska, and watch of unusual Navy activity in Alaska.
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    Kevin Burger · 10 months ago
    Looks like we might be going for a ride. Hold on to your butts
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    VINCENT DURYEE · 10 months ago
    It was also reported by Debka file, this is probably legit. Might be time to bring the tomato plants inside as Hal would say....
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    Joshua Riddle · 10 months ago
    Sever questions we need answers too.

    Was the Russian Sub attempting to enter, exit or discovered with in American Territorial Waters when the "incident" occurred. If yes, it's an act of war and what plays out over the next 24/48 hours will decide quite possibly the fate of the world.
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    Lisa Bain · 10 months ago
    Well, this probably won't end well, if it turns out to be accurate.
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    Corey Giuliano · 10 months ago
    Holy Shit Hal, that's a bold Headline to be putting out there if not true....Praying for all of us...
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    Joey Paquette · 10 months ago
    What in the World??!! This most definitely can not be good??!! Awaiting any new developments to this story?!! Yikes!!!