UFO enthusiasts believe that the strange noises recorded from the frozen lake are actually signals coming from the base of aliens hidden in the depths, says Scott C. Waring, a well-known name in the community of UFO believers. Lake Lake in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, even provoked military action. Ask yourself and decide:
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Go to Steamboat Lake State Park (sounds like Star Wars tbh) in 5 seconds to hear the incredible sounds of ice. pic.twitter.com/yEyY3uhs5Z
– Colorado Zoos and Wildlife (OCOParksWildlife) December 2, 2021
The document was taken (absolutely true) on December 4 by an employee of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Service. The crew posted them on Twitter, and later in a post shared on the UFO Sightings Daily, described the noises as “strange sounds of power guns from Star Wars”.
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“The Truth Researcher,” Scott c. Warring, reviewing the audio section, said: “White-ball UFOs have been documented and observed by thousands of Colorado residents over the past few years. The signals point to a deep alien base at the bottom of the lake.
He added: “Alien sites are never small. Most of them are located at a depth of 3-6 km and have an area of about 5 km and have their own meteorological system … prone to rain. This is a source of extraction.” 100%. If the signals can go up from the aliens’ base, it will work even if they send the signals down to the base. . He concluded: “But … what do you say to them? In the wrong hands, it could lead to a military response from aliens.” Description of the strange event:
While it is exciting to think that strange voices came from the site of a secret alien, there is still a plausible explanation for their existence. According to the NPR (United States Public Radio Network), the ice displacement of a frozen lake causes high and low sound frequencies, indirectly due to temperature changes. Award-winning sound artist Andreas Pick wrote in a post on the topic: “Frequencies move through ice, but move faster than low ones, so cracking and mild explosions reach the listener at very significant time intervals. The glycendo goes almost to the bottom.”