Baltic Sea ‘UFO’ May Be Secret Nazi Submarine Trap

At last, someone has a credible theory in regards to the massive, unknown object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, which cuts off electrical equipment when approached and is unlike anything seen before. Russia Today reports:

The mysterious disc-shaped object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea could be a relic from a giant World War II device placed there by the Nazis to disrupt Soviet submarine navigation.

­The object may be the concrete anchor of the device, which also had to be fitted with stainless steel mesh, Swedish naval officer and warfare history expert Anders Autellus told Swedish newspaper Expressen. It would interfere with submarine radar signals and make them crash.

The mesh itself may well have eroded away over the decades, but the images of the object made by the Ocean X team exploring it show what appear to be holes, where it was attached to the foundation, he added.

If the theory is true, the trap may be an important historical find, but there is evidence against it too. The 60-meter object studied by Ocean X is way larger than what Germans and some other warring nations deployed during the World War II. Peter Lindberg, another member of the team, says he still believes the object is a natural formation.

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  • JohnFrancisBittrich

    Hate to give credit to RT, but this is actually the most reasonable theory I’ve heard so far…

  • Guest

    Looks like a penis.

  • crom

    i like the penis theory best

  • Lifobryan

    It’s the Millenium Falcon

    • Solefood

      Same thing I thought when i first saw it. 

  • Hurcheon2000@hotmail.co.uk

    Surely if this is true why is there no record if it’s construction in the notoriously comprehensive German Nazi files ?

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