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Under the Bermuda Triangle, a treasure hunter made a ‘unexplained’ find, which, in his opinion, may show that aliens once visited Earth hundreds of years ago.
It seems a little impolite of them to drop by, go, and never return.
Gordon Cooper, a NASA astronaut and a personal friend of Darrell Miklos, assisted him in his search for shipwrecks in the Caribbean in 2018. However, in 2018, the crew discovered something that shocked Miklos.
Miklos dived at a secret spot in the Bahamas to look into what he believed might be an old shipwreck using charts that Cooper put together in the 1960s to locate more than 100 magnetic “anomalies” in the Caribbean.
Miklos detailed what he discovered while filming an episode of Cooper’s Treasure on the Discovery Channel to the MailOnline at the time, saying his team was hoping to bring the “alien spaceship” to the surface.
He recalled: “We were doing a scene where I was sitting in a two man submersible. We were out in the Bahamas and we were on an English shipwreck trail, somehow related to Sir Francis Drake.
“I was trying to identify shipwreck material based on one of the anomaly readings on Gordon’s charts when I noticed something that stuck out, that shocked me. It was a formation unlike anything I’ve ever seen related to shipwreck material, it was too big for that.”
Well, it would be, wouldn’t it?
“It was also something that was completely different from anything that I’ve seen that was made by nature.
“It’s almost like there are five arms coming out of a steep wall cliff and each one of these is the size of a gun on a battleship. They’re enormous and then there’s five over here and five over there, 15 in total.
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“There’s identical formations in three different areas and they don’t look nature made, they don’t look man made, certainly nothing I’ve ever seen based on my experience and I have years of experience at doing this, we’ve identified multiple different types of shipwreck material, this doesn’t match or look anything like that.”
Around the primary object, the explorer discovered further strange and mysterious formations that are all coated in thick coral that he estimates to be hundreds or perhaps thousands of years old.
Miklos proceeded to delve deeper into Cooper’s files to look for other hints after being completely astounded by the revelation.
He continued: “I investigated some of Gordon’s charts, I realised that there was something else on there that Gordon was referring to.
“Then it made sense to me why it wasn’t identified as a shipwreck… he had to mean it might be something from another world. Gordon believed in aliens.
“He believed that we had visitors from other planets and he also believed that a lot of these things landed in this particular part of the world.”
Volunteer in largest hunt for Loch Ness Monster in 50 years reveals there were ‘sightings’
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There were ‘sightings’ on Saturday, August 26, according to a volunteer who is a member of the greatest Loch Ness Monster hunt in 50 years.
There is little doubt that the Loch Ness Monster enigma has persisted for a long time, and recent searches have scarcely turned up any conclusive solutions.
Nevertheless, thousands make an effort each year to uncover proof that the monster actually exists.
Hundreds of volunteers began arriving in the Scottish Highlands in quest of the fabled creature.
The Loch Ness Centre at Drumnadrochit has partnered with a group of researchers from Loch Ness Exploration (LNE) to carry out the largest surface water study for the creature in more than 50 years during a two-day search operation.
Since the Loch Ness Investigation Bureau began looking for evidence of the monster back in 1972—roughly 51 years ago—it is believed to be the most thorough study.
A team of volunteers has been searching for Nessie with the aid of unique tools that have never been used on the loch.
Drones are also being used to create thermal imagery of the notorious waters in an effort to find any weird anomalies that may be hiding deep beneath the surface.
It marks the start of day two of the search for Loch Ness, but a volunteer on the expedition has already recounted events that occurred on the Saturday.
One of the hundreds of volunteers participating that weekend, Craig Gallifrey, told Sky News that there had been some “sightings” the day before.
After being asked by Sky News if he thinks the search will provide any sightings, Gallifrey said: “It’s hard to say, it would be nice to find something new that might be in the Loch, but with the results on Friday with the four unidentified sounds it’s something we going to explore at lot more today (Sunday).
He added: “There were some sightings yesterday which are all being collated so hopefully we will have something by the end of the weekend.”
Adding to that, the volunteer said: “There were some reports from people that were watching on webcams and doing the surface watch, so we are just collecting all that evidence.”
Speaking ahead of the search, Alan McKenna from LNE said the hope for the search was to find evidence of Nessie’s existence.
“Since starting LNE, it’s always been our goal to record, study and analyse all manner of natural behaviour and phenomena that may be more challenging to explain,” he said.
“It’s our hope to inspire a new generation of Loch Ness enthusiasts and by joining this large-scale surface watch, you’ll have a real opportunity to personally contribute towards this fascinating mystery that has captivated so many people from around the world.”