Update on Mysterious Deep Water Sonar Images Off Western Cuba

Western tip of Cuba, not far from the Yucatan Peninsula, where unusual sonar images at 2,200 feet suggest unnatural structures covering several square kilometers.
Western tip of Cuba, not far from the Yucatan Peninsula, where unusual sonar images at 2,200 feet suggest unnatural structures covering several square kilometers.

June 13, 2001  Havana, Cuba - When I reported last month on COAST about the Cuba discovery, I had an interview with Barbara Moffet, Director of Plans and Programs at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D. C., who confirmed that the Society was aware of the deep water mystery off the western tip of Cuba. She said NGS was communicating with Paulina Zelitsky and her husband, Paul Weinzweig, partners in Canada's Advanced Digital Communications company, known as ADC. Last month, National Geographic was trying to decide whether to help fund a dive in a remotely operated vehicle with cameras to see what is down there. Today, I talked again with Barbara Moffet and she confirmed that National Geographic has now made an agreement for exclusive magazine coverage.

 

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