A team of Swedish sea treasure hunters have discovered an oddity at the bottom of the ocean that could possibly have interstellar origins. On June 19th, the Ocean Explorer crew, commanded by Peter Lindberg, came across a 60-foot-wide-disc lying in the mud, 285 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Bothnia, situated somewhere between Finland and Sweden in the Baltic Sea. Coupled with the round object bearing an uncanny resemblance to a crashed UFO is an impact track leading into it that stretches 985 feet in length. According to Lindberg, the object is perfectly round and the likes of which he has never seen in his 18 years of professional experience. While being the furthest thing from a team of fanatical UFO hunters, the Ocean Explorer is a company that seeks out sunken ships for the purpose of retrieving their contents for profit. In 1997 they discovered the Jonkoping (YERN-sher-ping), a Swedish, two-masted schooner carrying 2,500 bottles of prime champagne dedicated to the Russian Imperial Fleet. They were able to sell them for $13,000 dollars a bottle. As for what the object is, speculation abounds, though Mr. Lindberg never actually suggested the possibility of a spaceship-wreck. Rumors began to circulate after the sonar image was made public. At the moment, the Ocean Explorer team does not have the interest or the funds to really explore the matter any further, so at least for now, the mystery of the round disc at the bottom of the ocean will have to remain just that...a mystery.
Original link http://tv.ibtimes.com/did-treasure-hunters-find-a-ufo-on-the-ocean-floor/1509.htmlK. Cameron Lau
Aug 4, 2011 11:10am EDT
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