Secret Baltic Sea

January 28, 2012 by staff 

Secret Baltic Sea, CNN filed a report on the mysterious disk shaped ‘UFO’ object–60 meters across, the size of a jumbo jet–discovered on sonar in the Baltic Sea, June 19, 2011. The object, 285 feet below the surface of the Bothnia Gulf between Sweden and Finland with what looks to be a 985 foot ‘track’. The salvage team that discovered the object and a smaller, similar object ‘nearby’ will have to wait until May, in calmer seas, to solve the mystery of what’s on the bottom of the Baltic Sea.

The latest report from CNN, Video: Divers find large, unexplained object at bottom of Baltic Sea. There’s no details in the report that haven’t been already reported in August, 2011, so what’s the real reason behind CNN revisiting this story?

In August, 2011, FOX News:

“The team captured this sonar image of a circular object about three hundred feet down on the sea floor.”

“This is a sonar image three hundred feet down, and not just any UFO by the way, this thing looks like the Millennium Falcon, right? Hans Solo’s Millennium Falcon of Stars Wars fame.”

FOX News: “The thing on your left–looking at sonar footage–it almost looks like it went off a runway.”

CNN News: “Sonar readings show it’s about 60 meters across, or the size of a Jumbo jet, and, it’s not on its own down there, the Ocean Explorer Team also found another smaller disk-shaped object nearby. Both show a rigid tail or drag marks more than four hundred meters long.”

August 3, 2011, Discovery News published Unidentified Sunken Object: Probably Not Alien. The theory from DN, the images could be “a natural formation, such as the rim of a small underground volcano, which certainly create a very round, prominent ring” with this caveat:

“So what is it? Until someone actually goes down to search the object more closely (or recover it) — a potentially time-consuming and expensive proposition — we may never know. It’s a genuine mystery, and, as is often the case, the most mundane explanation may be the most likely.”

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