Baltic Sea: Last summer, while on a treasure hunt between Sweden and Finland, a pair of researchers made headlines worldwide with the discovery of a 200-foot wide unidentified object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. Now, they are back. A team of expert oceanographers and engineers have returned to find out what in the world (or in the universe) is down there. And they did figure out something. Foxnews.com continues the story for your enjoyment.
Maryland: Sightings of an apparent “unidentified flying object” being pulled on a flatbed traveling along I-495 blew up Twitter last night with witness accounts and pictures. The large, saucer-shaped vehicle garnered the attention of many social media users into the early morning hours, but 9 NEWS NOW is learning the incident has less to do with E.T. and more to do with the United States military.
Japan: This lovely under water creation is found in Yonaguni (well, under the waters off the coast to be more exact) and this wonderful picture is from my of the hardest working and most ostracized man in all of ancient monument research. Which is why you should love him. The lovely mister Graham Hancock.
In September 1997, Dr Robert M. Schoch, a geology professor from Boston University, went to Japan to examine an enigmatic structure that had been discovered in 1985 off the coast of the southernmost Japanese island of Yonaguni Jima. He had been invited by the writer, Graham Hancock, to give his opinion as to whether or not the structure was natural in origin or man made (Touch Me! to enjoy the rest)
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