It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
There has been a considerable amount of talk about the unexplained activity in the oceans for years, but now the evidence is yet again being reviewed, with a new focus on a point between several sites that are each considered significant in the UFO community. And now there is a theory for why these objects seem to drop by these places so often. What if there was an underwater laboratory or base where these objects and their occupants congregated? There have been a number of deep sea anomalies that seem to point to something lurking beneath the waves far beyond our comprehension. Tales of great beasts roaming beneath the ocean have been with us since the dawn of storytelling. But these new tales are accompanied by some very strange and convincing eyewitness accounts and further evidence gathered by researchers and sensing platforms. One of the more perplexing aspects of this theory of underwater activity is the body of scientific data collected by listening platforms that has suggested over several years that there is something (although what exactly we do not know) very large making quite a ruckus under the water. The infamous “bloop” signal picked up by deep sea listening stations is only the most well known example. One of the strangest aspects of the “bloop” was that from what scientists could gather the object making the sound had been organic in nature, but would have had to be several hundred times larger than any known fish in the ocean.
THE truth is out there – and a group of UFOlogists are hoping local people will help them find it. The UFO Investigations and Research Unit, based in Shrewsbury, have turned their attentions to Anglesey in their quest to gather information on extraterrestrial phenomena. Phil Hoyle, who runs the unit, said: “We are currently investigating numerous sightings that have taken place around Anglesey and, in particular, near Puffin Island. “Many witnesses, some ex-military and professional people, have witnessed unconventional lights entering or leaving the sea around Puffin Island.” In January, 1974, a number of people claimed to have seen large, structured objects leaving the sea near the island, and similar sightings have been sporadically reported up to the present day, said Mr Hoyle. “The people who have contacted us have all been unrelated, but have all told us the same thing,” he said. “We would be very interested to hear from anyone who might have additional information regarding these as yet unexplained sightings.
Originally posted by True-seer
reply to post by Hadrian
We have always known that thier was sea-life to deep downa and we dont know all of the species, its highly likely that thier is alot more down thier. But untill we have something that can travel to those depths then we just wont know for sure.
As with the first possibility the delivery of the alien matter causes the extinction of the dinosaurs, but instead of allowing mammalian life to come to the fore, perhaps that alien matter was infact the catalyst to life as we know it coming to exist at all