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During the month of July, an ocean exploration team that was led by Swedish researchers found what some have said is a flying saucer sitting on the floor of the sea. Some photos from the discovery even show what looks to be skid marks behind the object, suggesting that it might have moved across the floor or crashed on it.

Experts speculated that the object might have been a glitch in the sonar of the expedition team. But, new reports surfacing from earlier this week have said that the team found a second object close by the first one. There was one thing missing as the rumors swirled across the internet; a picture of the second object.


The expedition was led by Peter Lindberg. Lindberg announced in late July that he discovered an interesting round object roughly 300 feet, or 91 meters, down on the ocean floor. The object was found in the Gulf of Bothnia, between Sweden and Finland. Lindberg added to the interest of the find by saying that he saw scars or marks that disturbed the environment close to the object, which could suggest that the object moved across the ocean floor.

To this day, the object has yet to be identified and many experts still question whether the sonar was accurate in the first place. Hanumant Singh, a researcher from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, said that the sidescan sonar used by Lindbergh to discover the object is not that reliable. Singh said that the sonar is used correctly to find sunken ships, which have a larger profile on the floor of the ocean, but it is less accurate for revealing flat, low formations.

Brooke Bowman, from CNN, said that the first unidentified object “is not on its own down there. The ocean explorer team also found another, smaller disc-shaped object nearby. Both show a rigid tail or drag marks more than 400 meters (about 437 yards) long. Their size and distinctive shape are generating some peculiar theories.”

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Some theories about the object include it being Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon from ‘Star Wars,’ Atlantis, a crashed flying saucer, Russian warships, a marine version of a Stonehenge or an opening to another world inside the Earth. Sidescan sonar is known to manufacture false images but the announcement of a second image pretty much puts to bed the theory that two identical false images can be possible. The story takes an interesting turn when we found out that the image of the second object is a duplicate of the first object.

Lindberg explained, “I confirm that we have found two anomalies. We did find the other anomaly approximately 200 meters (about 219 yards) from the circular find at the same sonar run.” Lindberg then told reporters why his team has yet to release an image of the second object: “We decided not to expose that anomaly so much because there is a lot of disturbance on the sonar image when we passed it, so it’s very blurry. We can see it’s something but to an untrained eye it might just look like ‘pea soup.'”

Once images of the second object were released, we were able to see that the two objects do not look alike in the least bit. The new object resembles different types of food such as eggplant or a blueberry muffin that is growing its own head.

Lindberg has speculated that the two objects might be linked somehow:

“There is a chance that the two anomalies had been parts of the same body from the beginning. But at the same time it might mean nothing, it might be a coincidence.”


  1. logicless

    February 1, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    I thought UFO meant ‘unidentified ‘flying’ object.’ This object is on the bottom of the ocean floor. Is it interesting looking? Yes. But before we send planet earths top scientists to inspect this unknown thing, why don’t we gather a little more evidence besides sketchy radar returns? Stop showing this crap internet.

  2. Warner

    February 2, 2012 at 7:04 am

    I think I solved the mystery of the object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. It must be one of the forward turrets from the German Battle Ship Tirpitz. The Tirpitz was attached and sunk in 1944. The ship was reported to have broken up. This would account for the turret minus the big guns settling to the bottom causing a furrow as it came to rest. See attachment. Bummer. ;-(

  3. Eric Murray

    February 2, 2012 at 7:31 am

    I myself believe in many things in this world, first of all being God, however, I firmly believe that Religeous beliefs do not have to conflict with beliefs in other worldly beings or even the likes of bigfoot and the loch ness monster, Wether or not you belive in God, hopefully you do, God would have made each of them as well. I truely hope these turn out to truely be extraterestrial. Has anyone noticed there are already “experts” disputing the validity of any of the tests, scans. and any other indications it was something other worldly.
    The faster the government gets involved the faster the smokescreen goes up, Mis-informstion is pumped to the minds of the world via the many forms of media (i.e…the internet,t.v., etc…etc…)
    The rapid involvement by so many intellectuals snd nations governments usually results in an end to any further updates or information given to the general public.Then eventually nothing…..
    This whole process fuels my belief in ancient aliens, modern aliens, being unfound does not make you non existing, ours is an ancient world. New discoveries are made daily all we have to do is look.

  4. Jonny Zuhalter

    February 2, 2012 at 9:24 am

    Warner, your WWII facts are in error. The article says the objects were found in the Gulf of Bothnia, between Sweden and Finland, which is the northern part of the Baltic Sea. The Tirpitz was not in the Baltic when it was sunk. It had been operating on the western side of the Scandinavian Peninsula nearly 500 miles away, in the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea. It was sunk in shallow water off Hakoy island, a well-populated island in the northernmost region of Norway, just offshore from the mainland. The ship never broke up or completely sank. It capsized and was salvaged for scrap for several years after the war. Even if this could have been the same location as the Tirpitz (which it can’t), it would have been obvious because that location is well-known and highly documented.

  5. Mark

    February 2, 2012 at 10:31 am

    I wish it was a UFO, but it looks very recognizable as a simple basalt pipe, a common geologic formation, and it would make sence that there would be others near by.

  6. Anonymous

    February 2, 2012 at 10:47 am

    the UFO is moving

  7. Mulder

    February 2, 2012 at 12:06 pm

    If it really is a UFO, it will be gone by the time they return to take another look, it will be stored at a secret US Airbase, you can count on that!

  8. Scully

    February 2, 2012 at 2:09 pm

    Agreed… although the time is nigh .. truth needs to become more common place … probably remnants of the air fight near Nuremburg in 1561 .. Cigar and Disc like objects fighting in the sky… the air battle could have easily made it north to this area…

  9. LuckyNucky

    February 2, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    The Bible is quite clear about “other Folds”. However, as interesting as it’s becoming, all is just conjecture sitting on the bottom broadening our imagination. Could be a remnant from a previous 100,000 year earthquake to an alien-made craft. We won’t know until it’s revealed, now or whenever. In the meantime, we’re going gaga over something or nothing. Time for the Internet to chill down…

  10. Spock

    February 2, 2012 at 6:19 pm

    It’s the saucer section of the Starship Enterprise

  11. turkeyfish

    February 2, 2012 at 6:37 pm


    The wreck of the Tirpitz was broken up by a joint Norwegian and German salvage operation after the war from 1948 to 1957. Its gun turrets were relatively rectangular, so unless we are looking at them upside down, this explanation doesn’t yet fit well.

    I think its just a rock, myself.

  12. Bruce Thomas

    February 2, 2012 at 6:53 pm

    This is a USO not a UFO — Unidentified Submerged Object. That’s the technically correct term for objects under water. Most people aren’t as familiar with that term, but the article probably should have at least mentioned the correct term and explained it.

  13. winn

    February 2, 2012 at 7:32 pm


    What is wrong with reporters nowadays? On the Internet, it doesn’t cost anything extra to go ahead and publish the 2nd photo. WTF?

  14. David

    February 2, 2012 at 11:02 pm

    Aliens visiting the earth have craft that can fly in space as well as craft that can travel under water. Just like UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects), there are USOs (Unidentified Submersible Objects). The object they discovered by sonar may not necessarily be a crashed craft and may not even be there we they go back to check. However aliens have deliberately crashed their craft before in order to attract attention. See for more info

  15. Jaal

    February 3, 2012 at 1:48 pm

    Mark – that’s a very sensible interpretation of the image.

    Other passes using different imaging techniques would be a good idea and the fact that it hasn’t been done yet leads me to believe this is all a bit of advertising for the treasure hunting company.

  16. Jaal

    February 3, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Forgot to mention – althought this article says “Swedish researchers” this object was found by a treasure hunting co.

  17. Maryanne

    February 3, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    It’s not something that fell down — it’s something that rose up.

    I think Mark may be right with a basaltic pipe. My first guess was a volcanic plug sheared off by glaciers during the last ice age. Volcanic plugs stick out because they’re slowly cooled solid lava, while the cones around them are a mix of lava and ash, which is softer. There could be several in the area. Someone should check to see if the cracks and bits that look like the arms of a crescent are aligned with glacial striations on bedrock on the nearest land masses.

  18. Eric Murray

    February 4, 2012 at 11:53 am

    Spend more time being educated, not indoctrinated.

    You sir, are a loon.

  19. Impatient

    February 4, 2012 at 8:18 pm

    Is it so hard for somebody to actualy go down and look? Like they do to recover old champaign bottles… I don’t understand. Especially if it were a speculated ‘UFO’ or ‘USO’ … quite possibly discovering one of the greatest treasures of all time and history, and they make it public and don’t make any hurry to get there. Lol???

  20. bobby r

    February 19, 2012 at 7:59 am

    it is well documented the nazis were working on circular aircraft. they had many advanced technologies.perhaps this is one. but wouldn,t it be fantastic if it were a real ufo!!!

  21. irongodzilla

    February 20, 2012 at 4:32 am

    simple-a champagne barge on its way to atlantis

  22. forthought

    February 20, 2012 at 11:21 am

    maybe some kind of unrecorded slow moving, sand-sifting animal? especially if there was a smaller one nearby…

  23. Beebo

    February 22, 2012 at 10:51 am

    Eggplant or a blueberry-shaped spacecraft huh? Perhaps some experienced divers should go down and check it out? Or, partner with a rich sponsor and send a submersible/team down there for a closer look? Sure beats this pointless speculation….

  24. jy45

    February 24, 2012 at 12:49 pm

    it can’t be a gun turret, they superimposed an image of a jumbo jet and the circumference of the object was nearly as wide as the wingspan of the plane. and so no, it cannot be some slow moving animal either unless there’s a gigantic species that we have not discovered yet.

  25. Raymond Torres

    June 17, 2012 at 8:58 am

    that was a fantastic article about ufos

  26. annunaki

    June 28, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    before reading any comments here i thought it may be a gun turret off a warship but then i said to myself are gun turrets 60 meters across??

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