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Episode Info: You're out driving at night with a small group of friends, when you spot a group of strange lights hovering in the distance. Intrigued, and with nothing better to do, you decide to get a better view. Finally reaching higher ground, you see a large craft hovering above the lake. Then, without warning, the craft intentionally enters the water. The lights continue to flash as the craft glides through the water with ease, leaving a mysterious substance behind. Suddenly, the lights vanish as quickly as they had appeared, leaving you with more questions than you thought possible. What did you just see? In this episode, we dip our toes into the murky waters of your imagination, as we discuss one of the biggest topics we have yet to tackle, USOs. For thousands of years, USOs (Unidentified submerged objects) have been reported "swimming" through the waters of our planet, leaving more than just unanswered questions in their wake. With reports of mysterious flashing lights, yellow foam, and giant humanoid beings flooding in, it's time we asked, just what is being witnessed by these disturbed divers, baffled bystanders, and the ever confused Christopher Columbus? So if weather balloons, Russian subs, and great big bubbles seem like half-assed attempts to explain a much larger phenomenon, strap on your snorkel, it's time to sink or swim. Just remember, you'll want a bigger net. Links: Photo from "3 mile air bubble" reference - Click Here Photo from "a shit of of bubbles" reference - Click Here Jim Denevan Lake Baikal Photos - Click Here Social Media: Click here to follow WTP on Twitter Click here to like WTP on Facebook Special Thanks to Jacob Stephens for the music tracks. - Find him here! If you like the show, have any questions, concerns, or show suggestions, please contact us on social media or via email at And don't forget to to subscribe, rate, tell your friends, a
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