USOs (Unidentified Submerged Objects): U.S. Navy Confirm Ufo Videos Are Real

USOs (Unidentified Submerged Objects): U.S. Navy Confirm Ufo Videos Are Real

You all know about UFOs, but what about USOs? No, not the show that cheers up the troops,
I’m talking about Unidentified Submerged Objects! What are those? Let me show you some examples! 8. “Invisible Residents”
Now, before we dive into the whole “sightings” business we probably should discuss more what
USO’s are. Because like UFOs, these “Unidentified Submerged
Objects” have been seen by many over the years, and they have prompted many to wonder if we’re
looking in the wrong areas for things like alien life or hyper advanced creatures beyond
the basic sea animal. A great example of many stories that detail
what possible USOs are out there is a book from Ivan T Sanderson called “Invisible Residents”. Here is the synopsis from Google books, check
out what is said about him and why this book does what it does:
“This book is a groundbreaking contribution to the study of the UFO enigma, originally
published over 30 years ago. In this book, Sanderson, a renowned zoologist
with a keen interest in the paranormal, puts forward the curious theory that OINTS”-Other
Intelligences-live under the Earths oceans. This underwater, parallel, civilization may
be twice as old as Homo sapiens, he proposes, and may have developed what we call space
flight.” Sanderson postulates that the OINTS are behind
many UFO sightings as well as the mysterious disappearances of aircraft and ships in the
Bermuda Triangle. Sanderson offers here an exhaustive study
of USOs (Unidentified Submarine Objects) observed in nearly every part of the world. He presents many well-documented and exciting
case studies of these unusual sightings; more.” If you paid attention, you’ll notice several
big keywords in that synopsis. Such as the Bermuda Triangle, where many strange
things have happened over the years involving ships, planes, and more. You’ll notice that this book is NOT just his
random thoughts on the matter, but a compilation of eyewitnesses to these events, and more. So this isn’t just another “oh, it’s aliens”
theory, this is something that a lot of people believe in. 7. David Fravor
What might surprise you the most about various UFO and USO sightings is that it’s always
random people in terms of civilians that see these things. The first modern UFO encounter (that happened
before Roswell, New Mexico) happened in Seattle and was seen by a pilot. And for USOs, many military personal have
seen them due to them flying over the waters for various reasons. Such as David Fravor, who was already a known
UFO seer, noted that one of his Navy pilot buddies whom he trusts had an encounter with
an USO that is hard to describe. After the Navy acknowledged certain videos
that Fravor and others took about the infamous Tic Tac alien, he began to receive stories
from others who have seen things, including a group who witnessed the USO: “They don’t feel alone,” he said. “One of the guys was a Navy helicopter pilot. He was flying a CH-53, a big heavy-lifter
the Marine Corps uses for certain things. Off the East Coast they do a lot of shooting,
at the time it was off Puerto Rico.” Why were they in Puerto Rico? On a routine mission to get some torpedoes
that had been fired into the water during a test:
“The helo drops a swimmer in the water, he hooks the whole thing up and they fly back. The first time they were out and they were
going to pick up a BQM, he’s sitting in the front — in the CH-53 you can see down
by your feet — and as he’s looking down, they’re 50 feet (15 metres) above the water,
he sees this kind of dark mass coming up from the depths,” he said. “As they hoist the BQM up, he’s looking
at this thing going, ‘What the hell is that?’ And then it just goes back down underwater. Once they pull the kid and the BQM out of
the water, this object descends back into the depths.” Oh, but that’s not where the story ends. Because they had to go back down to get more
of the torpedoes. And on the second run of doing that, the object
showed back up once more, and it did so as the diver was mere feet from the water. “This big object, kind of circular, is coming
up from the depths and he starts screaming through the intercom system to tell them to
pull the diver up, and the diver’s only a few feet from the water.” He continued, “They reverse the winch and
the diver’s thinking, ‘What the hell is going on?’ And all of a sudden he said the torpedo just
got sucked down underwater, and the object just descended back down into the depths. They never recovered it.” They also never found out what that mass was,
but there were plenty of theories that Fravor shared on the Joe Rogan podcast that he was
on when he told this story. And again, this only scratches the surface
of them. 6. WWII Kraken Sighting
The Kraken is a legend that continues to thrive in the world despite many people “believing”
that it was an exaggeration of a now known creature. But since we’re human, we like to believe
in the monsters that go bump in the night, am I right? For those of you who don’t know the stories
or myths, the Kraken is a squid of such size that it would dwarf and consume massive vessels. Sometimes even wrapping its massive tentacles
around the ships and dragging them into the depths below. But despite this story being born in the time
of sailboats (think Pirates of the Caribbean times), there have been many modern day accounts
of the Kraken, including some in World War II. A British Trawler was docked off of the Maldives. A crewman, A.G. Starkey, was on the deck of
the trawler when he thought he saw something in the water:
“As I gazed, fascinated, a circle of green light glowed in my area of illumination. This green unwinking orb, I suddenly realized,
was an eye. The surface of the water undulated with some
strange disturbance. Gradually, I realized that I was gazing almost
point-blank at a huge squid.” But wait, there’s more to tell. For after seeing the eye of the squid, he
walked from one end of the ship to the next, and he found that the tentacles reached to
the other end. Making this “kraken” about 175 feet long. To be clear, the largest known squid in the
world is about 60 feet long, which is a very impressive length, but what Starkey saw was
basically 3 times that. Plus, you would have to think that given his
rank, position on the ship and the times he was in (World War II) that he wouldn’t have
a reason or a desire to lie about such a thing that he witnessed. So, did he really see a Kraken? Or, did he may discover a new species of squid
and just not realize it? We may never know the answer, but these sightings
of massive squids beyond what we know continue to pop up every once in a while. Before we boggle your mind with more USO sighting,
be sure to like the video and subscribe to the channel! That way you don’t miss our weekly videos! 5. The Telegrams
Going back to Fravor for a second, also on the Joe Rogan Podcast interview that he did,
he noted that one time a 79-year-old lady contacted him about her own experiences with
USOs. But not via her own sightings, but rather,
something that her father told her when she was much younger. Her father was a Navy officer, and around
the 1950’s he was stationed in San Francisco. Nothing strange about that, right? Except, that one day her father goes and shows
her these telegrams that were sent to his base. The telegrams stated that there were “unidentified
objects” going in and out of the water in a place just of the coast of San Francisco. The reason she remembered this wasn’t just
because of the weirdness of it, or that he father told her about it and thus she must
remember it. But rather, the number of telegrams that came
in with that exact purpose. The father even noted that they get these
kinds of telegrams “all the time, and they’re all about the same spot”. Sadly, the “spot” in terms of latitude and
longitude are lost to time, but it is very curious. What’s more, it’s not the first time that
a singular spot or area in the ocean has been known to have certain “sightings” if you get
my drift. 4. International Sighting
Another misconception about certain alien sightings is that they only happen in certain
parts of the world because only certain nations have “reported” sightings of them. but that’s not true. If you don’t believe me, check out this report
from Japan: “On the 19th of April, 1957, crew members
aboard the Kitsukawa Maru, a Japanese fishing boat, spotted two metallic silvery objects
descending from the sky into the sea (original emphasis). The objects, estimated to be ten meters long,
were without wings of any kind. As the hit the water, they created a violent
turbulence. The exact location was reported as 31° 15’
N and 143° 30’ E.” So right there you have not just a UFO sighting,
but one that transformed into a USO sighting! Think about what that could mean as a whole? No, seriously. What if the UFOs that we are continually seeing
in the skies are doing their flybys and then hiding in the waters of the world? Remember, the Earth is 3 parts water 1 part
land. So there’s plenty of room to hide in. In fact, there have been certain shows in
history that noted that aliens could use the waters to hide out until they were ready to
invade. Granted, that’s clearly not what happened
here, but if those fishermen are to be believed, something went from the sky and into the water,
and that’s something that doesn’t happen on Earth. Not like this. 3. Submarine Warfare? In Puerto Rico back in 1963, some Submarine
drills were going down when something very odd happened. It was detailed in the book “Invisible Residents”:
“The maneuvers were conducted off Puerto Rico in the Atlantic some 500 miles southeast of
the continental United States. All reports seem to agree that there were
five “small” naval vessels concerned, but in more than one account the aircraft
carrier Wasp is stated to have been the command ship… A sonar operator on one of the small vessels,
otherwise listed as a destroyer, reported to his bridge that one of the submarines had
broken formation and gone off in what appeared to be pursuit of some unknown object. This operator did not, of course, know if
this was a “plant”, since the maneuvers they were engaged in were exercises designed
to train personnel in detection of enemy craft…However, this operator’s report was not all within
the limits of any such simulation,. Trouble was that said subaqueous object was
traveling at “over 150 knots”! But wait, there’s more. Not only did that one ship get a ping on that
fast moving “object” in the water, but other ships picked it up as well. Also… “It is said that technicians kept track of
this object for four days, and that it maneuvered round about, and to depths of 27,000 feet.” Back in 1963, there weren’t many subs who
could go 27,000 feet below sea level, let alone ones that could go 150 nauts. So you tell me, what exactly did they see
that day underwater? 2. Splashdown
Here’s a final misconception about things like USOs, they are all from “times when we
didn’t know better”, or were easily influenced. Except that some accounts of USOs come from
recent times. Such as 2007, when a woman was on a cruise
ship and saw something she couldn’t explain: “After about 5 minutes, three softly glowing
objects came into view – three uniform, nearly spherical objects, evenly spaced in
a line parallel to the ship’s hull and hovering just above the water surface… They appeared to stay in one place while the
ship moved past them. They were hovering, but didn’t disturb the
water below them. Just as they went out of my sight, the left
one (toward the bow) splashed down into the water and disappeared.” There are even reports of certain sightings
as recently as 2019. So hopefully that will help you put a little
more reason in your cap of skepticism. 1. What Is Out There In the Waters of Our World? Whether you want to believe in aliens or not,
there is one thing that you honestly can’t deny, and that’s the simple truth that our
world has a very large undiscovered piece that was truly haven’t cracked yet: The Ocean. We’ve been looking at the ocean for many hundreds
of years, but in terms of actual mapping of it we’re only at 5%. 5%! Of the WHOLE ocean! Think about what that means! Plus, there are areas like the Mariana Trench
that are so deep in the water that we can barely reach it even with the best technology
in the world right now. So we openly acknowledge that there are plenty
of undiscovered species in the waters right now that we have yet to find. So why is it that we are willing to accept
that and not the possibility that there are some “out there” things in the waters right
now? Is it so hard to believe that the “impossible”
may just live right off our shores? You tell me. Thanks for watching everyone! What did you think of these Unidentified Submerged
Objects stories? Which ones do you think are the most plausible
and really happened? Do you think they’re all fake, and why? Let me know in the comments below, be sure
to subscribe, and I’ll see you next time on the channel!


  1. Well show us the reeeeel videos of these unusual things if you have them. Another instance of Waffling on I think. What a load of?

  2. Funny Facts: "USO" (ÚSZÓ spelled correctly) means "Swimmer" in Hungarian. And we know, the Hungarians are the Martians:

  3. How did they evolve to be able to manipulate metals as we do because we use fire and I know that we are able to manipulate metal under water today but we could not have done that way back when we discovered metals or I guess I'm saying the bronze age of man

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