German U-Boat Allegedly Spotted in Antarctica on Google Maps (PHOTO)

CC0 / / German depiction of the attack of a U-boat on the Linda Blanche during WWI, showing the disembarkation of passengers from the stricken vessel - a procedure not always done in practice
German depiction of the attack of a U-boat on the Linda Blanche during WWI, showing the disembarkation of passengers from the stricken vessel - a procedure not always done in practice - Sputnik International
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Multiple conspiracy theories exist linking Nazi Germany with Antarctica, with some of them claiming that the leaders of the Third Reich might have fled to secret bases in Antarctica after their defeat in World War II.

A YouTuber studying various anomalies and conspiracy theories, named MrMBB333, has published a video in which he shared his bizarre findings in Antarctica, where, he thinks, melting ice is revealing the frozen continent's secrets. The video blogger specifically pointed to two spots on Google Earth, where the ice has melted in unnaturally straight or circular lines, which, he claims, looks like a U-boat.

© Photo : MrMBB333 // YouTube ScreenshotAlleged image of U-Boat in Antarctica
Alleged image of U-Boat in Antarctica - Sputnik International
Alleged image of U-Boat in Antarctica

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In one of the screenshots, a tube-like greyish object can just barely be seen under a layer of ice and snow. MrMBB333 thinks it could be a submarine. In another spot, another greyish object can be seen in a more ellipse-like pattern of melting snow. The YouTuber suggested that it could be a U-boat, or in other words a German submarine.

"If you look at the top of it, you can see what looks like a greyish type of steel colour. You can see a set of straight lines through the centre which doesn't look like a completely random act of nature. That has an intelligently designed structure to it", he said.

Previously, Russian researchers found Nazi secret meteorological station in the Arctic in Alexandra Land, a thousand kilometres from the North Pole. It was established in 1942 and functioned for two years, but was only discovered recently.

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