The oddly shaped object has fascinated mystery enthusiasts since its discovery in June 2011.
The anomaly is a 70-meter-long (210-foot) oddly shaped feature that appeared on sonar landed 100 meters (300 feet) below the waves.
Theories as to what the anomaly might be ranged from the interesting to the extravagant, with the craziest claim yet that she could be part of a fleet of crashed UFOs on the ocean floor.
Some conspiracy theorists even point out that it bears a striking resemblance to the Star Wars Millennium Falcon with a steel gray appearance.
Others have claimed it could be the remains of a sunken city that was lost to waves years ago.
A team of divers known as Ocean X reportedly collected samples of the Anomaly and discovered that it contained limonite and goethite.
According to Israeli geologist Steve Weiner, these are “metals that nature could not produce on its own.”
If that wasn’t strange enough, Ocean X team member Stefan Hogerborn said their electrical equipment stopped working when they approached within 200 meters of the anomaly on the bottom of the sea. Baltic sea.
He is quoted by NDTV as saying, “Everything electric over there – as well as the satellite phone – stopped working when we were over the object.
“And then we went about 200 yards away and it came back on, and when we got back over the object, it didn’t work.”
Diver Peter Lindberg said: “We have been through things that I really couldn’t imagine and I was the team’s biggest skeptic of these different types of theories.”
“I was sort of prepared to find a rock, a cliff, an outcrop or a pile of mud, but it was nothing like that, so for me it’s a missing experience, I have to say.”