Oh, cry me a river Bosworth. You can add all the details you like and throw all of the names into the hat you want but without a source to back them up they are of limited currency and as far as I'm concerned considering the not inconsiderable details you've failed to clear up in the "Mystery Ship" thread very limited. Even if you can quote chapter and verse, I don't think my scepticism of this tale is unjustified considering the apparent gross exaggeration in that thread. I asked you for sources, you asked if accounts given by others weren't enough and in reality they weren't even close, get over it. It's not unusual on this forum to be asked for sources, especially when posting literally fantastic stories, and also especially when in this case no reliable sources seem to be available besides yourself. I choose not to believe unsubstantiated fables that would seem implausible in a Commando comic. I don't believe I'm alone in this view. Check out "The Boy who cried Wolf", it might explain why I'm more than a little bit cautious when it comes to such incredible tales as yours. If you can't find that look up "Walter Mitty" instead and if that fails ask Catherine, I'm sure your good friend will be able to tell you a bed time story.