By Stan Hernandez I have been covering the Baltic Sea UFO for some time and felt that the cause was just. I have been in constant contact with Russell Tetrault, a man that was part of the UFO Baltic Sea Information Project. Tetrault has great credentials, speaking at many colleges and having a history of UFO positive research, but his recent claims have come into question and he is not the only one. MSNBC have just written a piece on Ocean X, a team of researchers that claim that the object is giving off electrical interference. MSNBC comments that they are having a “suspiciously hard time” figuring out what the object is. MSNBC points to the potential for profit and that it must remain mysterious when it is most likely a circular rock formation, not a UFO or USO. There have been multiple emails from those involved with Ocean X (allegedly) and those that support them, demanding that the interview with Russell Tetrault be pulled. Tetrault may have some skeletons in his closet, but I don’t rank him any lower in credibility than anyone else. My concerns with Tetrault is his new claims. In a follow up interview, I asked the question: “What do you believe will happen when you discover this disc and prove it to be of alien origin,” he replied: “I know I will find this and prove this because they want me to do so. I have been in contact with the force that has left this behind and it will lead me to it and it will mark a great change in the world as we know it.” Contact with aliens I must question, especially here. I have a feeling that Tetrault is believing his own headlines. He was recently featured on “UFO Top Dog,” an underground newsletter regarded as the only source for true enthusiasts and researchers and that is when he began speaking of this spiritual connection to the “force” or aliens that have left this craft behind. I like Tetrault as a person. He has seemed very sincere in his claims, but a downed saucer is something that we UFO researchers have craved for. It will validate what we have been saying for years. What we don’t need is nonsensical claims or those that hope to exploit beliefs for profits. Where Tetrault stands is still unknown and MSNBC has apparently made up their mind on Ocean X team. The truth will come out soon, I’m sure, and I hope that the information that Russell and the others have been giving me wasn’t pure nonsense. Tetrault has a sparking reputation and this could be what destroys it if he was speaking more with his heart then with his mind and evidence. Stay tuned…
Originally posted by Numb3r
reply to post by anathema777
I have no idea what it really is but one thing I'm fairly sure of is that if was extraterrestrial then we would wouldn't be hearing about it.
Russell Tetrault, a man that was part of the UFO Baltic Sea Information Project.
Originally posted by azureskys
I don't know any of the people involved in this Baltic Sea discovery and exploration of the object
in question, but I can tell you this: I really hope it is something other than a rock formation.
An ancient structure from some long lost culture would be fine with me.
A U.F.O. would be even better. Anything, as long as it's not a rock
Originally posted by amongus
If it is a hoax, then ocean x is doomed. They will never get backing for another project again.
Originally posted by BobAthome
reply to post by dawnprince
due to recent,,, last year or so,,earthquake activity in that area,,quite possable ,,debre' was released from around that structure,,ie it fell or rose,,take your pick.
thus new discovery.
and i do believe it sits on a fault line.
"I cant say its not a UFO because I don't have all the answers and this object has surprised me a lot."
listen starting at: 14:40