UFO At The Bottom Of The Baltic Sea?

medium_baltic-ufo-and-trackSomething very large and circular slid across the ocean floor off the coast of Sweden. Is it a UFO? If so, our extraplanetary visitors should be commended on selecting the best country for initiating contact. Via Gizomodo:

Swedish sea treasure hunters have found something extraordinary: A 60-foot disc sunk in the bottom of the ocean, with what appears to be 985-foot-long impact tracks leading to it.

101 Comments on "UFO At The Bottom Of The Baltic Sea?"

    • Unless years of sediment contributed to a very peculiar and enlarged appearance, that thing is way too big to be a propeller. The largest propeller is about 9 meters in diameter; this thing is twice that large. Other yet-to-be-identified ship debris? Perhaps.

  1. Anonymous | Aug 1, 2011 at 9:46 pm |

    Those alien bastards are gonna pay for shooting up my ride

  2. Redacted | Aug 1, 2011 at 5:46 pm |

    Those alien bastards are gonna pay for shooting up my ride

  3. USO, unidentified sunken object. 

  4. I think its the Millennium Falcon.

  5. USO, unidentified sunken object. 

  6. I think its the Millennium Falcon.

  7. That’s the Millenium Falcon. No doubt about it.

  8. That’s the Millenium Falcon. No doubt about it.

    • Anarchy Pony | Aug 2, 2011 at 2:38 pm |

      “No! Chewie! That’s not it bring me the hydro spanner!”

    • Ribulloc | Aug 2, 2011 at 4:21 pm |

      peapole need to get off drugs,or at least know the difference between a good trip and reality as we precieve it!!

    • Hurcheon2000 | Aug 3, 2011 at 5:12 am |

      I always wondered what happened to the Falcon 

    • Dude- its the def star, not the falcon. even got the equatorial trench. who cares if it is only sixty feet in diameter? obviously them folks wuz really small! that makes yodah a real shrimpo dude. should be ‘a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away they was some real small folks.

  9. Bitchin’! Here’s to them getting a close up sometime soon…love to see what they find.
     

  10. Bitchin’! Here’s to them getting a close up sometime soon…love to see what they find.
     

  11. Unless years of sediment contributed to a very peculiar and enlarged appearance, that thing is way too big to be a propeller. The largest propeller is about 9 meters in diameter; this thing is twice that large. Other yet-to-be-identified ship debris? Perhaps.

  12. BananaFamine | Aug 1, 2011 at 11:32 pm |

    swamp gas.

  13. BananaFamine | Aug 1, 2011 at 7:32 pm |

    swamp gas.

  14. It can’t be a UFO…it’s not flying.

  15. It can’t be a UFO…it’s not flying.

  16. Pretty sure this is how the Book/Movie Sphere starts out…

  17. Pretty sure this is how the Book/Movie Sphere starts out…

  18. Anonymous | Aug 2, 2011 at 12:33 am |

    USO is actually the term they use, although the S = submerged

  19. Anonymous | Aug 2, 2011 at 4:09 am |

    Someone tell Sweden I call dibs.

  20. Someone tell Sweden I call dibs.

  21. not saying much here but when we re-enter the earths atmosphere we land in water.

  22. not saying much here but when we re-enter the earths atmosphere we land in water.

  23. Anonymous | Aug 2, 2011 at 5:13 am |

    Thats a good observation, and I didn’t think of that until I saw your comment.

  24. Anonymous | Aug 2, 2011 at 5:14 am |

    Last time divers came up on a USO they apparently got attacked. Some lake in Russia, I don’t remember the details.

  25. Anonymous | Aug 2, 2011 at 8:56 am |

    it’s a plug to drain the sea for cleaning..

  26. nedmorlef | Aug 2, 2011 at 4:56 am |

    it’s a plug to drain the sea for cleaning..

  27. Ronniedobbs | Aug 2, 2011 at 1:55 pm |

    Yeah, like fourty years ago.  Otherwise we are in ds

  28. Ronniedobbs | Aug 2, 2011 at 1:57 pm |

    What?

  29. UFO’s have to be flying…duh!

  30. UFO’s have to be flying…duh!

  31. UFO’s have to be flying…duh!

  32. Edmundsir | Aug 2, 2011 at 2:28 pm |

    Please return this is my (Einar, Riga)

  33. Mysophobe | Aug 2, 2011 at 2:28 pm |

    The way that the track gradually widens indicates that it has a rounded or otherwise non-uniform underside that sunk deeper into the sea floor as it slid. Salvaging the main wreck is highly unlikely, but I’d be looking for bits of it in that track if I had the means. Man-made or not, it’s quite a curiosity.

  34. Edmundsir | Aug 2, 2011 at 10:28 am |

    Please return this is my (Einar, Riga)

  35. Mysophobe | Aug 2, 2011 at 10:28 am |

    The way that the track gradually widens indicates that it has a rounded or otherwise non-uniform underside that sunk deeper into the sea floor as it slid. Salvaging the main wreck is highly unlikely, but I’d be looking for bits of it in that track if I had the means. Man-made or not, it’s quite a curiosity.

  36. Mysophobe | Aug 2, 2011 at 2:34 pm |

    The way that the track widens indicates that it has a rounded or non-uniform underside that sunk in deeper as it slid. Salvaging the main wreck is probably impossible, but looking for salvage-able bits of it in that track might be worthwhile. Man-made or not, it’s quite a curiosity.

  37. Mysophobe | Aug 2, 2011 at 10:34 am |

    The way that the track widens indicates that it has a rounded or non-uniform underside that sunk in deeper as it slid. Salvaging the main wreck is probably impossible, but looking for salvage-able bits of it in that track might be worthwhile. Man-made or not, it’s quite a curiosity.

  38. Mysophobe | Aug 2, 2011 at 10:34 am |

    The way that the track widens indicates that it has a rounded or non-uniform underside that sunk in deeper as it slid. Salvaging the main wreck is probably impossible, but looking for salvage-able bits of it in that track might be worthwhile. Man-made or not, it’s quite a curiosity.

  39. Mysophobe | Aug 2, 2011 at 2:36 pm |

    Derp

  40. I thought it might be part of a WWII era battleship or sub’s conning tower. But 60-ft. diameter? Seems too big for that. Okay, I’m sold. It’s the Millenium Falcon.

  41. I thought it might be part of a WWII era battleship or sub’s conning tower. But 60-ft. diameter? Seems too big for that. Okay, I’m sold. It’s the Millenium Falcon.

  42. hurr durr | Aug 2, 2011 at 6:21 pm |

    clearly the ebon hawk the cockpit is to centered to be the millenium falcon

  43. hurr durr | Aug 2, 2011 at 2:21 pm |

    clearly the ebon hawk the cockpit is to centered to be the millenium falcon

  44. Old Soul | Aug 2, 2011 at 6:38 pm |

    “No! Chewie! That’s not it bring me the hydro spanner!”

  45. Old Soul | Aug 2, 2011 at 6:39 pm |

    Yeah, but in the end no one knows about it… 

  46. Old Soul | Aug 2, 2011 at 6:40 pm |

    Yeah, what? That sounds fascinating. 

  47. Old Soul | Aug 2, 2011 at 6:40 pm |

    Yeah, what? That sounds fascinating. 

  48. I’ve seen well over a dozen UFO’s (some with witnesses), their Amazing ! If I had Video of the sightings I’ve had it would change the world … it’s changed my world, that’s for sure .

  49. I’ve seen well over a dozen UFO’s (some with witnesses), their Amazing ! If I had Video of the sightings I’ve had it would change the world … it’s changed my world, that’s for sure .

  50. jasonpaulhayes | Aug 2, 2011 at 3:09 pm |

    I’ve seen well over a dozen UFO’s (some with witnesses), their Amazing ! If I had Video of the sightings I’ve had it would change the world … it’s changed my world, that’s for sure .

  51. USO – Unidentified Sunken Object

  52. USO – Unidentified Sunken Object

    • There were only two of these ever made and tey were used a tiny bit in a bay that was thousands of miles away from this…they were then scrapped…so, yeah, good try…best try, but no cigar!

  53. Markov Cheney | Aug 2, 2011 at 7:34 pm |

    did anyone say it looks like the Millenium Falcon yet

  54. Markov Cheney | Aug 2, 2011 at 3:34 pm |

    did anyone say it looks like the Millenium Falcon yet

  55. Ribulloc | Aug 2, 2011 at 8:21 pm |

    peapole need to get off drugs,or at least know the difference between a good trip and reality as we precieve it!!

  56. Either way, whatever they found they’ll keep it a secret and  say they can’t tell anyone anything because it would be a national security risk. Yeah, right!!

  57. Either way, whatever they found they’ll keep it a secret and  say they can’t tell anyone anything because it would be a national security risk. Yeah, right!!

  58. Joshkarwoski | Aug 2, 2011 at 8:55 pm |

    the government will cover it up anyway

  59. Joshkarwoski | Aug 2, 2011 at 4:55 pm |

    the government will cover it up anyway

  60. Anonymous | Aug 2, 2011 at 9:17 pm |

    “In one case in 1982 a group of military divers training at Baikal spotted a group of humanoid creatures dressed in silvery suits. The encounter happened at a depth of 50 meters, and the divers tried to catch the strangers. Three of the seven men died, while four others were severely injured.”

    http://www.ufo-blogger.com/2009/07/russian-navy-usoufo-disclosure-russia.html

    It wasn’t as recent as I remembered, but I don’t suppose divers find USOs very often.

  61. There were only two of these ever made and tey were used a tiny bit in a bay that was thousands of miles away from this…they were then scrapped…so, yeah, good try…best try, but no cigar!

  62. Unidentified fallen object.

  63. Hurcheon2000 | Aug 3, 2011 at 9:12 am |

    I always wondered what happened to the Falcon 

  64. Talktomegoose | Aug 3, 2011 at 7:20 pm |

    Does any one know the coordinates for the site?

  65. Talktomegoose | Aug 3, 2011 at 3:20 pm |

    Does any one know the coordinates for the site?

  66. Dennis Ox | Aug 28, 2011 at 8:21 am |

    Wrong informaton on the size of this film, the size is 60 meters and in feet 180 feet. important 18 feet does not match the facts.

  67. Dennis Ox | Aug 28, 2011 at 4:21 am |

    Wrong informaton on the size of this film, the size is 60 meters and in feet 180 feet. important 18 feet does not match the facts.

  68. Celestialographer | Sep 7, 2011 at 12:25 am |

    With Distance and degrees wide trigonometry will determine it’s width.   I honestly wonder if it is the same size as the six other objects I have found on earth.

  69. Celestialographer | Sep 6, 2011 at 8:25 pm |

    With Distance and degrees wide trigonometry will determine it’s width.   I honestly wonder if it is the same size as the six other objects I have found on earth.

  70. john gage | Sep 17, 2011 at 9:21 pm |

    chuck norris knows what it is

  71. john gage | Sep 17, 2011 at 5:21 pm |

    chuck norris knows what it is

  72. Dude- its the def star, not the falcon. even got the equatorial trench. who cares if it is only sixty feet in diameter? obviously them folks wuz really small! that makes yodah a real shrimpo dude. should be ‘a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away they was some real small folks.

  73. Just the facts: 300 feet of water.  The only images we have at this time are sonar.  Satellites can’t see much, if anything at all.  Sweden.  They’re neutral, and not generally involved in cover-ups.  Now that the basic facts are in, let’s see what we can do.  300 feet is too dangerous for a diver.  Baltic sea is a bit too cold for a diver.  Robot subs are the way to go here.  Robot subs brought us pictures of the Titanic at a much greater depth, and did a wonderful job with the pictures.  Robot subs will get nice pictures at 300 feet, and possibly even do recovery at this depth.  If it’s a crashed UFO, Sweden owns it, and should hire a ham operator to get its radio working to tell the family of the crashed aliens that their bodies have been found and that they can come get them any time.  If it’s a sunken human-built structure, we’ve a bit more to learn about ourselves and our distant past.

    That’s the facts and what we could and should do about them.

  74. Just the facts: 300 feet of water.  The only images we have at this time are sonar.  Satellites can’t see much, if anything at all.  Sweden.  They’re neutral, and not generally involved in cover-ups.  Now that the basic facts are in, let’s see what we can do.  300 feet is too dangerous for a diver.  Baltic sea is a bit too cold for a diver.  Robot subs are the way to go here.  Robot subs brought us pictures of the Titanic at a much greater depth, and did a wonderful job with the pictures.  Robot subs will get nice pictures at 300 feet, and possibly even do recovery at this depth.  If it’s a crashed UFO, Sweden owns it, and should hire a ham operator to get its radio working to tell the family of the crashed aliens that their bodies have been found and that they can come get them any time.  If it’s a sunken human-built structure, we’ve a bit more to learn about ourselves and our distant past.

    That’s the facts and what we could and should do about them.

  75. Just the facts: 300 feet of water.  The only images we have at this time are sonar.  Satellites can’t see much, if anything at all.  Sweden.  They’re neutral, and not generally involved in cover-ups.  Now that the basic facts are in, let’s see what we can do.  300 feet is too dangerous for a diver.  Baltic sea is a bit too cold for a diver.  Robot subs are the way to go here.  Robot subs brought us pictures of the Titanic at a much greater depth, and did a wonderful job with the pictures.  Robot subs will get nice pictures at 300 feet, and possibly even do recovery at this depth.  If it’s a crashed UFO, Sweden owns it, and should hire a ham operator to get its radio working to tell the family of the crashed aliens that their bodies have been found and that they can come get them any time.  If it’s a sunken human-built structure, we’ve a bit more to learn about ourselves and our distant past.

    That’s the facts and what we could and should do about them.

  76. Just the facts: 300 feet of water.  The only images we have at this time are sonar.  Satellites can’t see much, if anything at all.  Sweden.  They’re neutral, and not generally involved in cover-ups.  Now that the basic facts are in, let’s see what we can do.  300 feet is too dangerous for a diver.  Baltic sea is a bit too cold for a diver.  Robot subs are the way to go here.  Robot subs brought us pictures of the Titanic at a much greater depth, and did a wonderful job with the pictures.  Robot subs will get nice pictures at 300 feet, and possibly even do recovery at this depth.  If it’s a crashed UFO, Sweden owns it, and should hire a ham operator to get its radio working to tell the family of the crashed aliens that their bodies have been found and that they can come get them any time.  If it’s a sunken human-built structure, we’ve a bit more to learn about ourselves and our distant past.

    That’s the facts and what we could and should do about them.

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