It is everyone’s business whether they believe in UFOs or not. However, here’s an interesting fact: The World Ocean is mentioned in 35% of accounts of an encounter with an unidentified flying object.
Military sailors, who are forthright and often distrustful, are frequently the source of information regarding a UFO crash. According to some current ufologists, even extraterrestrial bases might be buried under the water column. After all, we have no understanding of what is going on underneath the ocean’s surface for the most part.
Base off the coast of Malibu
Strange flying objects are often spotted off the coast of California. As a result, finding a strange and artificial underwater item near Malibu at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean seems to be so dependable. In scientific circles, the putative extraterrestrial facility has long been a source of debate; some believe in aliens, while others say the shot is just an atypical fracture of the ocean floor.
Flight corridor to the underwater base North Island, New Zealand
UFO researchers claim that the entire area of the North Island (one of the islands of New Zealand) is a huge underwater alien base. The first reports of unusual underwater activity appeared in March 1995. Since then, at least once every few months, the local police have received a message from frightened tourists who have seen glowing lights under the water.
The dark waters of Lake Erie
Lake Erie (another of the five great lakes of North America) is also under the scrutiny of ufologists. In 2011, Robin Swope, professor of physics at the University of Pennsylvania, compiled all the eyewitness accounts into one book – a rather thick volume. The first report of flying saucers dates back to the spring of 1988. The strange craft plunged underwater and disappeared in front of several stunning fishers.
Puffin Island base
Several eyewitness tales of lights sinking into the waves around Puffin Island drew the attention of prominent ufologists. The first shot in 1974, a set of photos also seems to be genuine. Interestingly, the undersea country of Cantref Gwaelod, inhabited by mythical creatures, is mentioned in ancient Welsh mythology. The synchronicity seemed strange.
A base beneath Lake Ontario
In December 2013, a Hamilton resident came to the police and claimed to have seen several glowing objects going under the water of one of the Great Lakes. He was, of course, laughed at. But then history repeated itself: this time strange objects were seen by the town’s sheriff and his two deputies. In addition, archives have unearthed a similar story dating back to 1991. The story about an alien base under Lake Ontario was reinforced after several publications on specialized ufology portals. The question of how reliable they are, however, remains open.