Bahamas Site

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Bahamas Linear Feature

Bahamas Linear Feature

June 24, 2011 Comments (0) Anomalies, Editor's picks, Linear Features, Lost City Candidates, Undisclosed

Lost City Candidate- Undisclosed Location

Lost City Candidate

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The following images is a site in an Undisclosed Location that appears to have been partially submerged in the past.

As you can see from the image below, the linear feature runs into the ocean… What were they used for? Since the water would be salt water this would indicate the use was not for irrigation purposes. The other logical explanation is ancient roads that lead into the sea.

Lost City Candidate

Lost City Candidate

Another area that appears to have been completely inundated:

Lost City Candidate

Lost City Candidate

This whole site looks like it was completely wiped out:

Lost City Candidate

Lost City Candidate

What does a lost city look like?

Exactly what would a lost city look like after being destroyed and inundated by water and left to be overtaken by the elements for thousands of years? It is quite probable that it would look something like this…

An amazing rectangular feature from the Caribbean site. Approximately 100 feet wide.

Lost City Candidate

Lost City Candidate

This is a truly amazing site found with Google Earth that deserves more study and inquiry.  There is no archaeological record about this site or the surrounding area.

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