June 12, 2013

Alien Base And Flying Saucer Found In Antarctica?

Date of discovery: June 2013
Location of discovery: Antarctic

News states: 
Very interesting and intriguing images from Google Earth, which seem to show two possible entrances to an alien base or at least an entrance to something, and a huge saucer shaped object buried in the ice. If there are Alien bases in the Antarctic it would follow that there are ET craft their also. 

Could the crashed saucer have come from one of these bases? And why have Google Earth censored the location? Interesting and worth a post. Images submitted via my website by Ryan Bolton.



10 comments:

Hermes said...

Hi Scott....I like your site,,great work.....I have a question..you might be able to help me with ?....In 1970 I worked close to Cardington, Bedfordshire.UK. During a short break..I looked up at the summer sky to see a very bright object static..unmoving. Then very swiftly made a manouvere that shocked me...A triangular 3 point then dead stop. Suddenly, one last movement at incredible speed out of view...I told my brothers who scoffed...It was a weather balloon etc....To our great surprise it was filmed by an amateur cine-photographer and ended up on the 6 O'clock ITN News...I have never been able to find this footage anywhere...?

Anonymous said...

The saucer is of German origin.

Ignacio F. Camacho G. said...

Montañas bucegi...

Ignacio F. Camacho G. said...

Mountain bucegi ... youtube

Anonymous said...

https://goo.gl/maps/8MYNe

Mr Warren Osman said...

What makes me laugh is the comments wrote. It amazes me how clever the random person is.example. I saw a UFO in sky it was moving incredibly fast pulling moves like something attached yo a magnets. Answer from random guy.its German.lol...common sence alone can tell you it isn't .funny

Anonymous said...

Why has no one went there and actually looked for them selves

Chris Chris said...

Where is the video gone? I try to find out as much as I can, why is it gone?

Scott Waring said...

Thanks I added a new video it. Often they get deleted from youtube for unknown reasons.

Anonymous said...

Germans did in fact develop "flying saucers" in ww2

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