Sea monster filmed at ultra-deep drilling site

The story reads like a thriller novel.

A mile and a half under the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, in one of the world’s deepest oil and gas developments, a creepy sea-monster with long, “elbowed” arms is captured on film by a Shell Oil ROV (remote operated vehicle) camera.

Apparently the creature is a Magnapinna and is common worldwide in permanently dark ocean zones below 4,000 feet.

Michael Crichton says: I might be dead but I ain’t no dummy.. that’s an alien!

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