A big story in recent days for the alternative media has been the discovery of an anomalous section of the ocean floor six miles off the coast of Port Dume, California. The story was originally reported by Jimmy Church, host of the Internet radio show Fade To Black. I am personally intrigued by the Google Earth pictures that Church has been posting and I mentioned this on my national show last night.
Underwater alien base? Located six miles off the coast of Port Dume California, the elliptical anomaly measures three miles in width and appears to have several columns. (source: Google Earth)
Early this morning, fellow UFO enthusiast and Huffington Post columnist, Lee Spiegel, appeared on Coast To Coast AM with George Knapp to discuss his own article. Spiegel said he was not going to mention the name of the Internet radio host that contacted him with the suggestion that he cover the story (but there is no doubt that he was making reference to Church). Spiegel claims that he was also expecting to appear on Church's Internet radio show to discuss his article, but was abruptly uninvited after his piece was published. The dust-up, according to Spiegel, stems from his reserved judgment, and mostly agnostic take of the anomaly (my paraphrase of his views from last night). Spiegel says that the experts he interviewed (that provided the counterpoint to Church's views) were also recommended to him by Church.
If the idea of an underground alien base was not enough to keep our attention, we now have what is shaping up to be a bitter feud between those reporting on it.