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Occurred : 9/7/2010 (Entered as : 09/07/10)
Reported: 9/7/2010 7:51:21 AM 07:51
Posted: 11/21/2010
Location: Olin, NC
Related UUO/UFO activity vicinity of NC Coast undersea anomalies [linked].


This is submitted as an FYI: Happened to notice the curious link or "coincidence' between the UUO/UFO sightings off the North Carolina coast in the general vicinity of an undersea anomaly [or anomalies] linked here:

There should be an ISOLATED reporting category dedicated to OFF SHORE sightings and the possible link with Military activity there [which is usually extensive]. Having retired from the US Navy I can attest that there always has been a lot of Air Ops/Submarine Ops/NATO Exercise situations there. Also - STILL classified are many log entries depicting "unknown anomalies" both entering and exiting the waters all along the Outer Banks area.

IF there IS a special military involvement in that area [above] it would indicate more than a casual interest in surrounding "anomalies" --- OR ... these are archeological structures that fall under strict MILITARY EYES ONLY ... with US and other foreign Nuclear Subs 'mapping' the terrain.

Personally I believe all of these are related ... that aside from the Puerto Rican Trench -- there are enough indications of undersea BASES .. perhaps of EITHER E.T. or Military [perhaps joint].

The same situation also appears off the West Coast in the vicinity of Catalina Island .. where there also lay a trench of UNUSUAL formation. Sightings have been around this area as well [numerous].

UUOs are just as numerous .... but SERIOUS attention needs to be made to see if these UUOs are, indeed, linked to undersea anomalies. And that bases like the US Navy's AUTEC (Atlantic Underwater Testing and Evaluation Center), perhaps have a TWO-FOLD role. Being VERY CLOSE to the 'Tongue of the Ocean' in the HEART of the so-called 'Bermuda Triangle'

Just food for thought! Keep up the good work!!