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Mystery of Strange Undersea Object Solved

The mysterious object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea could be a relic from World War II placed there by the Nazis (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show) in order to disrupt Soviet submarine navigation by interfering with their radar signals.

What divers are seeing may be the concrete anchor of the device, which also contained steel mesh, which would have eroded away over the years. The device is located under an important shipping route, which would have been used by the Germans to carry supplies during the war. Soviet submarines coming in from the Gulf of Finland probably tried to disrupt this.

Not all members of the investigating team agree that they've solved the mystery, so stay tuned for more information!

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it reminds me of the top of a kiva.

Why do you (or the folks at rt.com) put "Solved" in the article title and then, in the body of the article, go on to say that the object "... could be ..." as speculated about? Until there's a conclusive, definitive answer, placing the word "Solved" in the article title is misleading at best & certainly bad reporting.

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