Large Underwater Opening Found On Malibu Coast

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Is this a entrance to what some are calling an “Alien Base”? A large underwater opening was found on the Malibu California coast located at Point Dume. The discovery which was announced in 2014 on the Dark Matter Radio Network was found using Google Earth by Maxwell, Dale Romero and Jimmy Church.

Researchers and UFO buffs alike have been searching for it for the past 40 years. The site has been a focus within the UFO community as a proposed hotspot for flying objects. The pillars which are thought to be support beams are more than 600 feet tall underwater and the entrance is at a depth of 2,000 feet below the water’s surface.

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David Swartz, a Geologist at the USGS said

“I didn’t see anything special about it. I think it’s because it looks like there’s a flat surface and then, below it, it looks like there are these vertical columns, so somebody can say, ‘Oh, this is the entryway to something special,”

A paper published in 2009 by the USGS was shown to the Huffington Post and scientists who have been studying this area refer to is as Sycamore Knoll.

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Swartz said, “This is interpreted as a thrust fault, meaning one side of the crust moves up over the other — and what we’re looking at is interpreted as being the surface expression of this Dume thrust, which is part of a large fault system in Southern California.”

Still speculations regarding the strange underwater area continue to draw attention by some to this day, and many UFO enthusiasts can’t help but to wonder if it’s simply a natural occurrence, or if it could be related to the sightings in that area.

Jeremy C

Jeremy C

Jeremy has specialized in the I.T. field since 2003 and has education in many disciplines including Data Recovery and Radio Frequency Electronics. He has been a researcher of various topics for more than 17 years. These subjects include Analytic Theology, Epistemology, Philosophy, Astronomy, Cosmology, Physics, Metaphysics, Natural History, Ufology, Near Death Experiences, and Philosophy of Religion. When not writing for Dark Matter News, he enjoys making electronic music, operating on Ham Radio, and repairing old tube type Shortwave Radios.

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