Discovery Channel’s treasure hunter Darrell Miklos thinks he may have found evidence of extraterrestrial visitation on planet Earth. A 300-feet unknown object of an estimated 5,000 years is found at the bottom of the Bermuda Triangle. This is reported Daily Mail last week who gave an exclusive interview with this man.
The Bermuda Triangle is notorious for the mysterious disappearances of ships to even planes. Using the secret maps of former NASA astronaut and good friend Gordon Cooper, he has made a discovery that makes the Bermuda Triangle even more mysterious. The discovery of Miklos once again proves how little is explored in our oceans.
According to Milkos, the discovery of the USO will shock the world. The object was found near the Bahamas, which at first glance looks like a shipwreck, but the treasure hunter of the popular Discovery Channel now strongly doubts this is about a ship and leans more to the extraterrestrial explanation.
“It was a formation unlike anything I’ve ever seen related to shipwreck material, it was too big for that, says Miklos.
“It was also something that was completely different from anything that I’ve seen that was made by nature, he continued while filming episode seven of Cooper’s Treasure.
“Gordon believed in aliens,” he continued. “He said that we have had visitors from other planets and that many of these things have landed in this part of the world.”
The treasure hunter hopes to do more research.
The discovery was discussed in the live show on Lions Ground’s YouTube channel.
The YouTube user Combed Autumn thinks this is a possible publicity stunt to promote the new show on Discovery Channel.
“This guy is using the UFO thing to generate publicity for his adventuring escapades, says Autumn
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