History Channel or A&E has covered this, not sure if it may hold any water for anyone but, it was a pretty interesting thing that they showed. Worth a
look I guess. I'll search for the name unless someone else has it.
there was a discussion on coast to coast about this just the other night in which the guest speaker spoke of this and several locations near this
site. he and a small team were researching this and there were only one or two of the locations that could not be explained by either a ship wreck do
to iron rings found under the blocks or moring docks used by pirates and others avoiding cargo taxes. however he did state that there was overwhelming
evidence of a maritime civilization in this area. the coast line of 10000 years ago lines up almost perfectly with some of the formations.
coast to coast doest pod casts so you should be able to back search it. if im not mistaken the show aired sunday of monday or this week
I'm sure that there were alot of island nations thats were flooded when "Atlantis sank under the waters," due to the sea level rising (global
warming without people driving hummers?!?! LIES!!).. And this 'anomoly' if it can be called that, may have been one of these islands. Anyways the
Greeks got the story from the Egyptians who under an oath could not tell foriengers any of their best secrets. After making fun of Solon the Greek for
not knowing the history of his own myths, an Egyptian priest went on to tell him the allegorical story of Atlantis. Not a real civilization.
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