Swedish Navy “Very Interested in Circular Object At Bottom of Baltic Sea.”
2013-08-29 0:00

From: Earthfiles

Dennis Asberg, co-owner of the Ocean Explorer X-Team in Stockholm, Sweden, has released a youtube video to report that the Swedish Navy is “very, very interested in the circular object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea that we have discovered.”

He describes a Swedish Navy ship coming to where they were working at the anomalous site, where “Swedish Navy ships should not be there.” According to Asberg, there has also been a meeting with Swedish Navy officials without detailing what was said or agreed. The Ocean Explorer X-Team is preparing in September 2013 to travel again to the site of the anomalous underwater object with better photographic gear to make clearer images. Then next spring 2014, the X-Team plans to return to the anomalous object with scientists to finally learn what the circular object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea is.


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