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Google Maps: Do aliens exist? UFO hunters claim to find underwater base in Pacific Ocean | Travel News | Travel

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Google Maps has revealed a host of interesting discoveries over the years.

From a dead body inside a car to glowing lakes, the web mapping service has fascinated thousands of internet users.

Alongside the ordinary looking residential streets and national parks is everything from the amusing to the downright bizarre.

One particular image taken by a Google Maps snapper could be proof of alien existence, according to UFO hunters.

Argentinian alien researcher, Marcelo Igazusta, believed he’d found evidence of a “giant pyramid” beneath the surface of the Pacific Ocean back in 2016, and that it could be an alien underwater base.

The sighting was detailed on Scott Waring’s blog UFO Sightings Daily.

The object in the sea, which can be found at coordinates 12°8’1.49”N 119°35’26.39”W, is reportedly 8.5 miles across its base.

Whether it is actually an underwater alien base is unknown.

But Scott said the discovery was incredible all the same.

He said: “Even if this is not a UFO that landed in the ocean that was being used as an alien base, it still is a monumental discovery.

“An 8.5-mile pyramid… biggest the world has ever known, and it’s right off of Mexico, near the ancient Mayan and Aztec pyramids. Humans could never have built such a construction. Only aliens could accomplish making such a massive structure.”

Another image that appears on Google Maps shows a Star Wars-like structure in the middle of the Egyptian desert.


Source : EXPRESS

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