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Baltic Object Investigation: More Questions Than Answers

The Ocean X team returned from their first expedition investigating the mysterious object they discovered in the Baltic Sea with more questions than answers. This mysterious object is about 200 feet wide and is lying on the bottom of the Baltic Sea, which is in Scandinavia, near Denmark.

There are formations on top of the object which look like passageways or walls, as well as something that could be a staircase. They also found a hole that could be an entrance, but they don't yet know where it leads.

On the NTD News website from Stockholm, Cecilia Svensson, quotes treasure hunter Peter Lindberg as saying, "We have experienced things that I really couldn't imagine and I have been the team's biggest skeptic regarding these different kind of theories. I was kind of prepared just to find a stone or cliff or outcrop or pile of mud but it was nothing like that, so for me it has been a missing experience, I must say."
A main objective of the dive was to video the object, but the camera stopped working as soon as they reached the object (NOTE: The same thing often happens to cameras trying to film crop circles--Subscribers can still listen to this show).

Stefan Hogeborn says he has never experienced anything like this during his 20 years as a professional diver. Svensson quotes him as saying, "The satellite phone stopped working as well, when we were above the object."

Svensson quotes treasure hunter Dennis Åsberg as saying, "I am one hundred percent convinced and confident that we have found something that is very, very, very unique. Then if it is a meteorite or an asteroid or a volcano or a base from, say, a U-boat from the Cold War which has manufactured and placed there, yes, or if it's a UFO, well honestly it has to be something."

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we will get the answer in episode 101 of Ocean X Files.

There was an article about Danish archaeology being really unique, and the structures are towards the east of Denmark's coast, and cryptic writing and such like, the article was in Paranormal magazine, which was much better before current editors took it over. They are totally unique structures, can't recall much more right now. You could maybe try their website, or see if someone put the article on the www.

And guage if those are relevant to the current interest in the Baltic Sea structures, they are close enough geographically to make me remember the article.

I do like a comment I read about this: "How can it be a UFO if it is underwater?" True, it must be seen flying first to make such a statement.

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