Over the years there have been sightings of UFOs underwater, one of the most famous accounts of an underwater UFO sighting is the
The Shag Harbour Incident
(Canada), in which an unidentified object splashed into the bay, travelled underwater, and then disappeared.
Water covers 70% of our tiny planet, which means that on over three quarters of our world there are some great hiding places for UFOs. How many UFOs do we see over land? How many don’t we see over water?
Two questions with the same answer…
Many UFO sightings go unreported, so the answer to these two questions is “an unknown number.” By the same token in the middle of the Pacific who would see any UFO that may pass by, come to that what is in our oceans? The Pacific Ocean alone covers an area of more than 64,000,000 square miles and has a depth of over 36,000 feet. A lot of “water” to hide in don’t you think.
UFOs Underwater - 200 Years of UFO Sightings
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