While Swedish scientists and explorers do not believe that there is an alien UFO spaceship at the bottom of the Baltic, they certainly insist that the object at the bottom of the ocean is very mysterious indeed.
According to Fox News, who has obtained photos of the “spaceship” that is located at the bottom of the Baltic between Sweden and Finland, the object is some sort of geological formation.
The leader of the Ocean Explorer team, Peter Lindberg, stated:
“It’s not obviously an alien spacecraft. It’s not made of metal,” but then again, Lindberg concedes that it could be an alien space ship. “Who says they had to use metal? This trip has raised a lot of questions.”
The expedition, which started on June 1, lasted for 20 days as Lindberg, his partner Dennis Asberg, and other scientists and divers explored the 200-foot wide object under the Baltic that they had first discovered a year ago on sonar. Using tools such as robot cameras, sonar and deep sea divers, Lindberg and Asberg spent nearly two weeks probing the object.
According to the scientists who are still continuing to study the footage, the mysterious object shaped like a spacecraft appears to be a giant stone and could possibly originate from before the Ice Age according to Lindberg. The formation of rocks is 60 meters in diameter and has smaller loose stones surrounding it.
While this object is confirmed not to be a UFO, an air of mystery surrounds the rock due to its lack of silt, which according to Lindberg, is unnatural for a rock at the bottom of the ocean. Moreover, according to Lindberg,, the oddly disc shaped object “appears to have construction lines and boxes drawn on it. There are also straight edges. The surface has cracks on it. There is some black material in the cracks, but we don’t know what it is.”
Lastly, a curious pillar seems to be holding up the 200ft UFO shaped stone.
Scientists will continue to study the footage and test the samples they obtained to further understand the mysterious stone.
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