Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Alien skull in Baltic Sea?

A startling new video clip showing what appears to be an elongated skull lying on the ocean floor has been released by the Ocean Explorer team in the past few days.
The two minutes and 42 second clip was taken last year by one of the ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) used by the team. The Ocean Modules V8 Sii ROV was being piloted remotely from the ship in an effort to explore the site when the team came across the bizarre discovery. Take a look at the video and let us know what you think, could it really be an extraterrestrial skull, or is this simply a natural rock formation at the bottom of the sea.


For so long have I not been able to tell anyone about this. So this feels good, I remember my heart pounding a bit faster the moment this showed up on the screen.’ – Jimmi Aasberg (OceanX Team)

The object was found lying beside the main 60 metre wide anomaly at a depth of 79 metres – it is thought to be only one of many curious finds that the team have made at the site – most of which are still under a contractual embargo by the TV company who financed the trip and will be revealed later this year when the 60 minute documentary is broadcast.
It is believed that no attempt was made to recover the object at the time as the ROV’s propulsion system kicks up a lot of silt from the bottom and this was severely hindering the divers visibility around the object. A new expedition in 2013 may try and salvage the object along with other objects and samples at the site.
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Close up and colour enhancement.
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Close up and colour enhancement.
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Close up and colour enhancement.
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Image rotated through 90 degrees.

“I Have no answer to what it is … but now you understand why we work with this … This is just one of many strange things there.” – Dennis Aasberg (OceanX Co-Founder)

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The side-scan sonar shows the main anomaly (left) and the second anomaly which has yet to be explored.

“The Meringue” – Approximately 4 metres wide is only one of many strange features sitting on TOP of the dome of the formation.
“The Meringue” – Approximately 4 metres wide is only one of many strange features sitting on TOP of the dome of the formation.