Looks like it’s time to stick another pin in the UFO map as an expert alien hunter claims to have discovered a fleet of “alien vessels” underwater off the coast of Greece.
The UFOs in question are believed to have either been coming from or returning to an oft-cited alien base near the Greek municipality of Nea Michaniona.
UFO and alien expert Scott Waring explained the unsual, but becoming much more frequent, phenomenon on his website.
There is a fleet of UFOs off the coast of Greece when you look using Google Earth Map. The smallest one is 80 meters across and the largest one is about 200 meters across according to Google ruler. The smallest one has a hump at its center which makes me think this looks like a classic disk.
Throw in the fact that researchers were recently baffled by what they called a “completely weird” underwater tornado off the coast of Australia and I think we all know what’s really going under our seas.
This is also far from the first time, as Mr. Waring alluded to, that Greece has been a hot spot for UFO activity.
Back in 2018, the New York Post reported on a UFO witnessed by passengers on a plane flying over the Aegean Sea, which is located between the Greek and Anatolian peninsulas.
“A passenger on a plane flying over the Aegean Sea captured footage of a bizarre object flying alongside the aircraft. It performs several maneuvers that seem like they would be impossible for any known aircraft to pull off,” reads the description of the video shared by the Post.
So now we can officially mark yet another location on our planet, and in the universe, where experts have recently uncovered evidence of what they believe to be “alien bases” to go along with one in Indonesia, more than one on Mars, as well as on the moon, and an “ancient alien city” on the planet Mercury.