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Did Google Earth Uncover An Underwater UFO Base In Malibu?

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Here’s one for you conspiracy theorists and UFO hunters  – a strange underwater structure was uncovered about 6 miles off the coast of Point Dume in Malibu and some are saying its “the holy grail of UFO/USO [unidentified submerged objects]” researchers have been hunting for the last 40 years.

According to the Huffington Post, California based radio show “Fade To Black” uncovered the strange discovery after a listener pinpointed the object on Google Earth. Images show an oval-shaped structure with a flat top and what looks to be pillars that reveal a dark entrance to who knows where. The structure sits about 2,000 feet below the surface of the water and measures about 3 miles wide.

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You can check out the images yourself on Google Earth using the coordinates 34° 1’23.31″N 118° 59’45.64″W.

The Huffington Posts reports that David Schwartz of the U.S. Geological Survey doesn’t see anything strange about the images.

“I think it’s natural and is a part of the continental shelf,” Schwartz told HuffPost. “It’s just a complicated part of what’s now offshore that has seen some erosion and, maybe, slumping when perhaps this was partially exposed when sea level was lower. This is a really major earthquake area and perhaps some of these features are a result of slope failures, due to shaking.”

But not everyone is convinced. “Fade to Black” radio host Jimmy Church created a video going more in depth as to what this underwater anomaly could be. Watch the video below and decide for yourself.

 

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