Satellite Photo Shows A Round Object Beneath Water Off Greek Coast

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Ufologists online have come into a frenzy after the discovery of a mysterious circular shape on satellite maps of Google. They are speculating that it could be a hidden submersible off the coast of Greece.

Website Disclose.TV, which posts information about aliens and UFOs, got the people’s attention after it published the circular object online. The unidentified submersible object was reportedly viewed online through Google Maps in the Aegean Sea.

The object is approximately 220 feet long using the ruler on Google Earth for the measurement. It is not established whether the UFO has ever been seen for real or just the image as a result of an optical illusion, such as a trick of the light.

Several folks offer their suggestion as to what the satellite imagery is showing. Many of them believe that the mysterious thing is newly-found evidence that we are not alone.

One commentator says that something here doesn’t belong. They describe the find as an impressive catch and would love to hear the official excuses on this one.

A second person states that it is indeed weird as nothing in the area looks remotely like that object.

A more skeptical commenter said that the shadow underwater could be from the old pier.

However, for now, the actual cause of the bizarre shape stays a mystery. Anyone can view the location on Google Maps here.

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5 Comments

  1. Is it possible that this is the roof of a Greek temple that was swallowed by the sea after an earthquake in ancient times? Greece is an earthquake hotspot.

  2. Okay. I do believe the posting of this site off the coast of Greece.
    Big question to the Ufologists and all interested parties both private and public agencies. Q. How come the government of Greece and any other interested parties as so mentioned have not taken an immediate inquiry/investigation into this apparent legitimate siting/discovery? Why? Is it not a national concern for Greece? How about the Ufologists and any other explorers interested in the sea? Big $64,000 dollar question as to why no immediate follow-up with this discovery and apparent intrusion in the waters off the coast of Greece. (Is this really a legitimate photo?)

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