A conspiracy theorist has made an astonishing video claiming he has found a "WW2 submarine" emerging from a wall of ice in Antarctica.
Popular YouTuber MrMBB333 made a video analysing Google Earth images that show what he reckons looks like a submarine partially-buried in the ice.
In the clip, he zooms in on a cylinder-like shape and explains his theory.
"Here are the coordinates right here and you've got to go right back to 2004, so you have to have an older version of Google Earth but you can see it right here.
"This is an incredible find and there's a submarine."
He then points out the strange shape protruding from a wall of ice.
"What i'm going to do is take of these still images and I'm going to adjust the lighting and colour so you can get an even better look of what is already an exceptional view of what is already a very exceptional view of what appears to be a submarine," he said.
The YouTuber added: "See the fins on top?"
He claimed that the "body" of the object is "sort of shiny like it's made out of some sort of metal".
Google Earth mysteries
Conspiracy theorists were seriously impressed with the footage – which has been watched more than 38,000 times – and there was a lively debate about what the mysterious find really was.
One person wrote: "Looks more like a airliner on it's side missing it's main side wings! The opening near the nose looks more like a side door behind the cockpit."
A second viewer commented: "Maybe it’s that missing Malaysian flight that nobody has been able to locate…with its wings ripped off?"
"Funny how no one is allowed to fly over Antarctica," said another believer.
"Wouldn’t be shocked if there’s a secret city or even extraterrestrials living there."
In a similar vein, someone wrote: "I bet there is a whole lot of stuff there like that.
"Bet you could find planes there too."
But a cynic said it was just [part of the ice wall with the light shining on it and a trick of the brain.
They wrote: "What's more likely? Pareidolia? (pattern recognition is the evolutionary advantage).
"Or a top secret German submarine just left out in the open? Come on now."
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