UFO Base In Argentina? Mysterious ‘Eye’ Island Revealed On Google Has Opening Large Enough For ‘100 Meter UFO’

A mysterious “eye” island has been discovered in Argentina via Google Maps, and UFO enthusiasts are clamoring for more information concerning what appears to be a riparian anomaly. The anomaly, defined as an unlikely island set in a river environment, might hide something subterranean. The strange island, which is circular and surrounded by water, looks like an “eye” and speculation about its origins and possible use is rampant, with one UFO blogger suggesting that the “eye” island might actually be the entrance to a vast hidden UFO base.

The Daily Mail reported this week that a film production team led by Sergio Neuspillerm made the discovery of “The Eye,” as the island is called, six months ago while searching for a filming location for, oddly enough, a film about other paranormal occurrences like ghost and alien sightings in the Parana River delta area. The “eye” island, which seems perfectly round, gives the appearance of “floating” within its watery socket. According to witnesses, it happens to be solid terrain set within the marshy Parana River delta.

The island is located at Campana and Zarate in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It can be found using Google Maps at coordinates 34°15’07.8’S 58°49’47.4″W.

Neuspillerm and company have launched a Kickstarter campaign to hopefully acquire the finances for an expedition to “The Eye” just for the sole purpose of filming and documenting whatever the team might discover while in the area. Apparently, the team decided against filming the older project at the “eye” island, choosing instead to treat the odd bit of terrain as a separate project.

The announcement of the strange find has caught the attention of UFO hunters as well. Scott C. Waring, who operates the popular UFO Sightings Daily blog, picked up on the news of the mysterious “eye” island and noted that it could be connected to the many UFO sightings in Argentina.

“A floating island has been found not far from Buenos Aires, Argentina on Google Map and it rotates in a circle,” he wrote in a post about “The Eye” island. “Argentina has an over abundance of UFO sightings compared to the rest of the world and I believer this is how aliens try to hide this particular entrance to their base. The shape is large and circular, big enough to fit a 100 metre UFO through it. The water below this floating island needs to be dove into and explored.”

This is the second possible subterranean site announced in a matter of days that Waring has suggested could house a hidden alien UFO base. As the Inquisitr reported, after posting a Yellowstone National Park surveillance video find from YouTube user Jeanette Foresta that seem to detect a UFO fleet soaring over Yellowstone‘s steam-clouded locale, Waring offered that “obviously the US knows about an active alien base or bases in the area” and estimated that at least one of the UFOs in the captured video was more than 100 meters (328 feet) across.

Coincidentally, the mysterious Argentinian island and its watery perimeter, if it is actually part of an access portal for an underground or underwater alien UFO base, would be large enough for like-sized UFOs to enter and exit.

Even if “The Eye” island ultimately turns out to be nothing more than a solid circular piece of land surrounded by marshy terrain, just its existence alone, due to the perfect roundness, is noteworthy. It is also another discovery that can be credited to individuals using Google applications to search the planet for odd and interesting things. In this regard, Google is proving to be a veritable gold mine for UFO hunters.

For example, back in June, UFO hunter and researcher Marcelo Igazusta (oddly enough, from Argentina) discovered a “giant pyramid” structure on the Pacific Ocean floor just off the coast of Mexico. According to the Inquisitr, that massive find, which was estimated to be eight miles wide at its base, was also speculated to be an enormous UFO or a rather large underwater UFO base.

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