Amazing UFO found On The Bottom Of The Baltic Sea Watch The Video

Amazing UFO found On The Bottom Of The Baltic Sea Watch The Video

We all know how the very intriguing Star Trek: Enterprise space ship looked like, it was considered a great product of science fiction… BUT surprise! An actual UFO looking strikingly similar to that fictional space craft was found on the bottom of the Baltic Sea in between Sweden and Finland. The weird object is 18 meter in diameter and is found on the bottom of the sea, almost 91 meters deep. It was found during a sonar scan while a group or researchers were looking for a ship wreck. What’s even more amazing is the fact that the sand surrounding the UFO shows the fact that the ship tried to move from it whereabouts. The weird Millennium Falcon-like UFO is perfectly circular and it may be yet another proof that aliens have already landed on Earth.Take a look at the pictures and see for yourself.

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And below you ca watch a short video of the sonar recordings of the UFO found in the seas between Finland and Sweden.

In case you didn’t remember, the picture below shows us Millennium Falcon. Now look again at the pictures above to see the mysterious UFO found 91 meters in the depths of the Baltic sea. Do you think they look similar?




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  1. Akbar says:

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