The Mystery Beneath (Baltic Sea UFO Documentary) | Timeline

in June of 2011 the Swedish wreck divers Peter Lindbergh and Denis Augsburg stumbled upon something no one could explain nearly 300 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Bothnia the sonar suddenly showed an astonishing image down there in the cold dark Nordic waters lay an anomaly an object no-one could identify it was almost perfectly round 180 feet in diameter and it looked like a UFO they’re about to experience the adventure of a lifetime they will embark upon an expedition in an attempt to find out what it was they saw that day why does the wreckage of the space ship the first one wouldn’t have an explanation for what this actually could be it could be man-made the answers you just get more questions it’s another emotional rollercoaster the mostly Ramada it’s my planning and I am a bit Banshees about if anything happens were smoked if rafting me and my kids my name is pay Italian by and I am a professional treasure hunt treasure hunting for me is very much chasing the dream to find the long-lost wreck it’s a historical capsule and no one has touched it I’m not so much in diving on wrecks which people already have investigated that’s no fun the fun is to find something completely new it’s thrilling and it’s extremely fun with more than 20 years of diving experience peter has taken part in many spectacular expeditions in the Baltic Sea in 1997 you explored the wreck of the yearn shopping the Swedish merchant ship that sank in the first world war the cargo hold contained well-preserved bottles of champagne almost a hundred years old it turned out to be a substantial find the bottles were auctioned off at Christie’s for the record price of two thousand two hundred pounds a bottle that was in 1998 today the collector’s price is about 21 thousand euros together with his friend and entrepreneur Dennis Osberg he started the deep-sea exploration company ocean x team what drives me is their curiosity and I have always been a curious guy an explorer and I want to find out new things to find that thing that nobody else had found some sort of long-term goal the territory for Dennis and Peter’s expedition is centered in the Baltic Sea high up in the north of Europe off the coast of Sweden and eight other bordering countries throughout history many ships have been lost in these international waters it has been said that the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia hold more than a hundred thousand wrecks the famous example is the Vasa a Swedish warship that sank in the 1600s and was salvaged more than 300 years later the hull was found to be almost completely intact since the inlet is narrow and the fact that rain ice and snow are being discharged from the surrounding countries the water is brackish a mixture of fresh and saltwater the low salinity gives the Baltic Sea excellent conservation qualities for anything that sinks to the bottom in the summer of 2011 the ocean X team were on a routine expedition north of Orland however things didn’t go as planned we had rented a old fishing whistle which were used and we had problem already from the beginning the boat started leaking and we had to find a drydock in Finland to repair it and well everything was just crazy disheartened by the failed expedition Peter has an idea on our way home I knew that we will pass in an area where there were another wreck so we put equipment into the water and storm searching and well it was less than an hour I remember this strange old thing just turned up on the monitor my initial reaction when the circle turned up on the monitor was hey guys here we have a UFO I get goose bumps all over my body I have never ever seen anything like that I could say that it’s not a wreck it’s something that looks very odd then we start measuring it and saw that it’s nearly 60 meters in diameter was perfect round and like you’d mark in there at the bottom remember I said to all the crew members that be quiet about this don’t say anything so we know what it is after returning to Stockholm the cruise studies the images for weeks but they just can’t figure out what the anomaly actually is after many days and nights spent pondering Dennis looks in another direction for help he wants to go public with the images Pete have said to me ok you do whatever you do I called the newspaper in Sweden that was the start of a new life buckle up Star Wars nerds you’re gonna like this one only be described to us the wreckage of a crashed spaceship bell ringing mobile phone call thing nigga mitai hi he might just explode we kind of locked up the Pandora Box they came across something unusual so isn’t really an intergalactic nemesis rapidly amongst both scientists and laymen all over the world this hold is really intriguing and I was I really can say well this at first one wouldn’t have an explanation for what this actually could be it definitely requires more work the telephone is ringing all the time radio station TV channels from whole world 300,000 visitors per day on the webpage you’re sitting with a computer and you just Bing Bing Bing Bing Bing I got like 50,000 mails but it didn’t have the desired effect Peter and Dennis had hoped for there have been many theories we have sects telling us not to go there because it might be a trap but if we touch it that will explode and kill all the people in the world and even that it might be a porthole down to hell so the theories has been many and creative but no one has came up with an explanation everything is just speculations after a year of analyzing researching and sponsor hunting it’s finally time to head out to the mysterious object the expedition requires state-of-the-art technology staff and mountains of supplies which is very costly the budget is set to one hundred and twenty thousand euros every day has a price tag of more than 20,000 euros which means they have less than a week to succeed besides Peter and Denis the team is made up of experienced professional divers technical operators and the ship’s crew led by Captain Thomas I’m in charge of everything my responsibilities have a safe ship and for all member sport they never found a ride man the captain is the boss and he knows what he doing supported us together and of course you get annoyed when he coming down screaming at you but of course he’s right Sabine you having a Cochrane for evening behind are they coming here corporate sovereignty the media have also found their way to the docks and are conducting the final interviews before ocean x team leaves the mainland behind I’m very excited but at the same time I quite anxious because a lot of people are watching this there’s no time for screw-ups now when it’s finally time to cast off disturbing weather reports begin to come in there’s a storm raging at sea which could delay the team for several days jeopardizing their already tight schedule the answer les is moving slowly through the great archipelago towards the open sea allowing the storm time to pass but in the warning things have become even worse about news troubles captain thomas denis and peter gather round to hear the verdict yo mr.

Taylor first lived a little work theater octave livid yeah like about the sub thatís all time order number at all Warren Beatty Captain Thomas decides to wait overnight sheltered by the surrounding islands I am worried every day is all about money is ticking and the clock is going and the money is just going away every hour we spend here is another loss on the object that means less chance to find out what it is there are many ideas about what the anomaly might be the most common theories that come from people around the world can be divided into three main categories extraterrestrial man-made or natural phenomena the idea of intelligent life forms existing somewhere in the universe is not inconceivable whether there have been visits from other civilizations or not is an intriguing belief the association with a flying saucer is obvious when looking at the smooth round shapes of the anomaly the following warning weather conditions are excellent sunshine and soft breezes mean that the team can finally head out to the open sea and start the expedition everyone’s in high spirits even captain Thomas the feeling is quite relieved it’s great feeling I love this situation that would have a meeting and inform the entire crew the first challenge we have is to find the object again and I know that all that’s always a problem but we have very sophisticated equipment now so it shouldn’t be any problem the team scans the seabed with the help of two instruments one is the so called multi beam which creates detailed three-dimensional images of the ocean floor the multi beam is an advanced tool and covers relatively small areas which later can be put together to create a bigger detail composite image to search much larger areas the team uses a side-scan sonar known as the fish it creates a two-dimensional image of the seabed a vital necessity in order to locate the object again due to prevailing currents and winds the coordinates taken the year before are not a hundred percent accurate Peter must calculate an offset therefore the search area is spread over square miles if they’re lucky they can find the object quickly but it may also take several hours the object is 60 meters in diameter and we’re at open sea and even if 60 meters sounds a lot it’s like finding a needle in the haystack the anomaly lies in international waters and other nations authorities around the Baltic Sea have shown an interest in the object therefore the coordinates have been kept secret being under surveillance is not a risk worth taking we have informed the entire crew that they had to turn off all kind of tracking device in their phones but I think it’s impossible to protect ourself from from being tracked even if strict radio silence is observed on board it looks like the ancestors got company I don’t want Superman suddenly we saw in the distance that this must be some kind of Navy ship heading directly on us turn out to be a Navy ship an actual Swedish one and it shouldn’t be lurking around in those waters into the fire they just stop them or laying there and we were going in a search pattern um they were in our way but when they went off heading north as the Corvette disappears into the distance the crew focus on scanning the ocean floor again aware now that they’re not alone the search has been going on for several hours when night falls most of the crew have gone to bed and Peter and Denis take the first night shift night turns it today without any sign of the object when suddenly we have lost our side scan sonar and it’s only the drum standing on off deck and the rest is on the bottom right now in situations like this Peter needs to make a critical decision and he has to make it fast to lose the size concern or means that it will take a much longer time to search the area because with the multi-beam we don’t have the width so we will lose a lot of time and time is money Peter faces three alternatives either they keep searching using only the multi beam or they head back to Stockholm to get a new side scan sonar both of these alternatives will cost time and money the third alternative is to try and retrieve the Sun in order to resume the search as quickly as possible the chances to find it on the bottom is very very small and we don’t know either if it’s still working or not if we take the wrong decision we might lose the entire project finally Peter decides on the third alternative the answerless arrives at the position where the equipment is believed to be lost fish is too small for the multi-beam to locate so they have to use a remote operated underwater vehicle also known as an ROV we have 200 meter cable on the side scan sonar so it so we hope it will be on like a lion on the bottom the ROV has a small grabber arm the Flores the operator hopes to use to reel in the fish first they have to find the table and time is taken away finding the cable is one thing grabbing the cable with RO is another thing because the bottom is very very soft and the visibility is gone directly Asuna stir or we get them close to the bottom so even if we find the cable it might be gone in a second luck is on their side and the cable is found almost immediately now they have to focus on grabbing the cable in zero visibility Flores relies on his gut instinct and pure skill to succeed Oh yeah yeah man sneaked or what Flores is quite the young guy so I guess he’s playing some computer games but he’s a natural when it comes to driving auravie I mean he’s a pilot from the beginning as well so I think he has it in his veins it turned out good took about 15 minutes to find it so went quite fast they’re still facing two critical issues can the fish be fixed and if so how long will it take now we are founders has been a long night will be a long day or before we can continue so we have to start work after hours of repairing the crew finally managed to mend the fish but this entire side operation has cost them nearly six hours inevitably this lowers the onboard morale well we have been searching now for 18 hours but we had to break for six hours when we had the side scan fish on the bottom but we have been working for 12 hours effectively and we saw shadow a few moments ago so we will go back and have a look again so maybe we’ll find it in a couple of minutes but then he turns into night again and still no trace of the anomaly the whole team is resting except for the divers Stephan and first made Kai who are working the night shift kai is steering the boat and Stefan is carefully tracking the monitors of course we’re getting frustrated when we can’t exactly spot where there are victus this is actually very interesting and I think we found it this is exactly what we were looking for this is obviously a different angle from what we’ve seen before it up yes so mark this spot after more than 48 hours of searching they have finally found the object painter beside same sizes to object we have seen last year and it’s wrong the mood is much better now than before I mean we had problems problems with a lot of things but now we’re on on the ROM again they must proceed with the extreme caution since they don’t know what lies beneath it it’s something hard out there that’s for sure some kind of gas well have been well can’t be a meteorite ninety-five percent of our fans were right that there is an alien spacecraft down there of course that would be gold if it’s not lethal then I’m very confused to tell the truth I think we can dismiss a lot of theories as soon as we have the first glimpse of the object but before even considering diving for the object they have to get a clearer picture of the environment below the surface and calculate the risks they put the ROV to work I just put a normal diving gates on the ROV to be able to measure the temperature and the depth or the operation of the ROV that is very good for us to know when we planning our dives in the future nothing is left to chance besides the temperature and depth the ROV will examine the current surrounding the object and retrieve material from the bottom you can be analyzed I mean it can be dangerous you have no clue what it can be down there chemicals or mechanical things poisonous unkind we have to know you for Santa risk down there before we sand down the divers going strong the anomaly rests at 90 meters that’s 300 feet below the surface at these depths the visibility can be very restricted especially when soft bottom sediments are stirred up by the ROV tossing more than a hat above one effect therefore the team uses its sonar system to get the first close-up images of the object down in the depths the ROV also manages to capture a clear and distinct close-up image of the object surface count-o and he’ll drop yet rocker Sarah if I found it all on the CFR metal their battle the Tholian held active the guns as their phone Eric attaboy combat is about a little bit taller too early to say now but there is something for sure it is looks like an unmanned met man made the man-made theory is also very common amongst the ocean x teams followers some people refer back to the mythical underwater city of Atlantis others think it’s a megalith a sort of submerged Stonehenge there are other findings around the world that are difficult to explain like the Yonaguni for instance outside Japan an enormous underwater structure the looks man-made other theories concern modern man-made structures like the Russian warship North gurad built in the late 1800s or even the mysterious Nazi flying saucer horrible some people think that it might be the concrete foundation of a lighthouse but they are normally situated in shallower waters others think of giant cable drums except that the biggest known drums barely reach half the size of the Baltic anomaly the ROV is coming back up so the team can calculate the diving risk since they still don’t know what the object is all possible precautionary action is being taken it’s okay with sufficient information about the underwater environment and no lethal radiation readings the team begin planning and preparing for the first day I’m not gonna dive on this expedition myself my job is to supervise the operation it’s my planning and in the end if something happens to them it’s it’s my neck now where we’re not really know what we’re facing so of course it’s a I am a bit anxious about it the dive which will be about two hours in duration takes place in the cold Baltic waters which normally are around six or seven degrees Celsius but all of a sudden the readings show that the temperature right on top of the object has drastically dropped below zero just recently discovered that it’s minus one degrees Celsius which is actually the freezing point and that’s actually very surprising when diving one must always work with at least one other person so that they can assist each other in case of something goes wrong Stephan will be diving with his partner Frederic who has planned the whole operation he is meticulous in his planning I mean he’s the person who knows that the devil is in the details he plant some plants and think over the plants and then it does a replan I would say without Frederic I wouldn’t be able to do these types deep-sea diving is incredibly risky and puts great demands on the human body and equipment already at 20 meters depth a diver is at risk from nitrogen narcosis the symptoms are similar to being under the influence of alcohol with impaired judgment and poor concentration at 60 meters the high pressure makes the oxygen content in normal air poisonous which could be fatal to remedy this the diver breathes a mixture that lowers the oxygen and nitrogen levels with the help of helium the deeper and longer the diver is down the slower the ascent which means having to pause several times on the way up otherwise the nitrogen expands creating bubbles in the blood system this gives the diver decompression sickness also known as the bends if you by any chance would get decompression sickness there is a way to rescue yourself from it anyway and that’s to go to a recompression chamber but here we are way out in the baltic sea and we have no recompression chamber so if anything happens we’re smoked while they are down there will be a third diver up top this function is to be a rescue diver well I will be assisting the divers if if there’s any problems with the diving they will send up the buoy and we will see where they are and we will go there and I will go down to a system if there’s any trouble they’re getting close to the descent but the answer less is engulfed by fog which reduces the divers safety levels considerably for Tipu prevent you seeing a Boyar on this week the top of it the bottom three non-ethical peter has to make the most difficult decision of his life because of their tight schedule they don’t have time to wait for the fog to disperse so either they are bought the entire mission or they continue under dangerous conditions where the fog we have two alternatives one is that we wait for the fog to disappear but we don’t know how long that will take to is that we dive anyway but if the divers run into problem then we are in deep shit but we have taken the decision that they will dive in anyway when you descend in the Baltic Sea in the first couple of metres there is daylight and the deeper you go the Torquay yes so 20 meters of depth there is almost no light at all 50 meters it’s pitch-black and at 90 meters it’s like a black hole it’s just nothing during the descent the fog has become even thicker peter has second thoughts about his decision to let them dive during a dive to 90 meters under these conditions and something happens to the divers they are beyond all kind of rescue they can’t go directed a surface because if they do they die and on top of this we don’t know what we will find down there when the divers finally reached 90 meters they tie a lifeline to the anchor so that they can find their way back to the ascent line now Stephan and Frederic have only 10 minutes left before they must begin their demanding ascent when we went on we have the solar pictures in our mind and a thing to remember is that when you see a solar picture that’s actually 60 meters in diameter and when we got down in pitch-black water you only see sort of 1 meter ahead of you so when we see the anomaly underwater is nothing like the solar picture we have no clue what it is of course the question starts to grow in your mind when we swam over it it looked like concrete or cement and when we touched it it turned black your honor yeah what I’ve seen that it looks somewhere like this is when you have burned plastic or anything that’s burnt or melted and that was very mysterious for us the ten minutes that Stefan and Fredrik had left on the object are already up and the slow but dangerous ascent begins the longer we stay down there the longer it will take to get back to the surface ten minutes at ninety meters of depth it will take around 90 minutes to get back to the surface you’re anxious and you’re nervous standing up there don’t know if it has worked well for them or not just waiting for emerges and boy popping up somewhere and then you have a really stressful situation trying to save the divers when you get back to the surface and you stand on the boats deck everything just releases in you all the adrenaline that kept you alive that kept you in work just disappears and of course I might look a little sad and that’s just because I’ve been so tensed for for two hours nobody can take two accountants Oh can’t enough water you can’t oh so cute Sumathi today Stian for my steer not only gets me ring oh come on did you get the formal design so what’s not normal time the most peculiar thing on the strangest thing was was as a whole this was like a circle two or three meters in width and like a frame around it I mean like a square frame and the circular hole and that’s that’s kind of weird it’s a magic moment in my head I’m waiting for this for a long time to see these pictures yeah my heart is ticking quite fast you see what you believe is a rock and when you look closer it is more similar to concrete it’s like it’s straight to be us yeah it’s like somebody molded it before it actually turned into stone the amazing thing here is that you don’t get any answers you just get more questions I don’t have a lot of ideas of what it can be I try to take photos documentation collect samples and I let the scientist come up with ideas or what it can be so I don’t really have a clue it’s just too big of a question mark for me that was probably the most important dive I’ve ever done in my life now done maybe 6,000 dives in my life I would die for an expert to tell me what I’ve seen after a dive like this Stephan and Frederic have to spend about 12 hours on the surface before it’s safe to go back down again therefore they’ve run out of time so early next morning the crew weighs anchor and the ship heads back to dry land again we didn’t get so many dives as we wanted to and another big problem is that multi-beam data which creates the 3d image of the bottom is incomplete we have spent a lot of money on it and it was very important for this expedition but the positive thing is that we have brought some samples up so I hope it will be enough for some experts to give us some answers it’s strange stone it’s black it can be a natural reason for that it looks like it burned but why I don’t know the last of the three most common theories is that the anomaly is a natural phenomena either as structure caused perhaps by a gas pocket or a volcano throwing up lava which consequently created the mystical anomaly and there are also several theories claiming the anomaly to be a meteorite meteors are sighted every now and then and there are many well-known craters around the world could this explain the weird shapes and black stones that is the anomaly the time has finally come to get some answers Peter and Dennis start off with a meeting with andreas Olsen an expert in underwater archaeology mainly it looks like I wouldn’t perhaps call it a wall or that it’s something you can walk in but it’s definitely a very sharp edge and it I haven’t seen this before and when I just look at it now it definitely looked like man-made very interesting looked man-made in my eyes but he’s he’s the knowing guy scientists and when he says things like that and yet if it is man-made it must be called out from the cliffs itself because all you see there is hard surface is a mineral or something my immediate reaction was that this is some kind of concrete construction something modern I think 20th century or perhaps late 19th century but it definitely for if from imagery it looks like it could be man-made but to me it looks like the when you look at that sharp line in that it has a very different density yeah and it almost looked like it’s like steel or something grass is a much harder echo don’t you agree no I don’t you have to deal with very many different kinds of expressions to to get a full picture for sure that’s the next step so the regular shape means the object could be man-made but if that’s the case where do the burnt looking stones come from could it perhaps be explained by volcanism in the Baltic Basin marine geologist Martin Jacobson at Stockholm University might have the answer that would certainly be extremely interesting because that would mean we have volcanism that at the time where we I wouldn’t expect it at all it is a very exciting result purely scientifically but I would be interested in to even go further and look into if the burnt stones are not from the Baltic Basin where they heated somewhere else like for example the outer atmosphere meaning that the anomaly would be a huge meteorite resting in the depths we have a very nice example of a meteorite impact in Sweden but it would probably bigger imprint in the bedrock geology around and we would have seen that in maps and anomalous before so it doesn’t point to that to me Peter and Dennis need more answers they meet the geologists fall Kubrick at who has more than 30 years of experience with rocks he has examined the material and is ready to give his opinion on how the rocks were created alright so if you look at the side that I sort of smacked clean you see it has very fine crystals that that indicate that fine crystals often indicate that if we had a a molten rock and a molten rock chilled very rapidly and therefore the crystals didn’t have time to grow therefore that’s how we identify a volcanic rock so I don’t know why you find a volcanic rock in the middle of the northern Baltic my best interpretation is that glaciers have transported it there so it’s official the rock is volcanic which might have been transported there by glaciers but how can the anomaly’s weird shapes be explained Peter and Denis show Falcor the video material hoping it would reveal more clues thoroughly I still can fall could the shapes be explained by something lying beneath the volcanic rock surface it looks like a crust yeah look like it’s a crust we have this black material shining through the cracks but that could just be the mud that’s we know it this is not mom oh okay that’s all circles here well we’d have to see whether the material that’s really underneath is the same as the one that’s on top what I really would need to look at this more closely as a sample directly from your object the surfaces can be deceiving and don’t really say what the interior of the rock looks like so the big questions right now are did the glaciers transport it there and what lies beneath well from my point of view it could almost be Millennium Falcon right now I think it’s important to have more information before we can we can pursue any theory I have to be very open we have in Sweden for example everything has been all written by the ice and can look very very machine made or don’t really look realistic but you can never say anything with hundred percent certainty geologists tend to explain this as part of a heroic phenomenon and then perhaps biologists would explain cool to his or her discipline so we must have many disciplines we must see this for many part abuse we must create so to say a holistic picture of this in order to find what it is actually keeping an open mind could it in fact be some sort of alien vessel resting beneath the stone crust class Swan a renowned journalist and chairman of UFO Sweden gives his opinion our oceans are not exploded toward really I mean it’s a space in itself so there are of course surprises that could be things of course that may be visited us for hundreds and thousands of years are still left down there that would be quite easy to see it would be quite easy to to drill your way down as if there is sanity metallic underneath the stone today it’s only speculation but it triggers our imagination and we must try to find a solution of course so there’s only one thing left to do Peter and Dennis have to head out to sea again in order to get the final answers to be able to find out what’s inside the object we have to do a core drilling and that’s a huge operation so are we talking millions for us when Peter and Dennis began to prepare for another expedition what wasn’t supposed to happen it happened rumors and speculation begin to surface saying the object is nothing but a pile of rocks yeah I get pissed off I mean wake up this morning and seeing this shit from Fox News and they’re writing about that we have found a rock and the information come from Sweden people think they are right now that’s the sad thing it’s harder for us now to convince companies to get into this when folks do this it’s pissing me off yeah several months pass and these rumors hardened into a global belief but Dennis refuses to give up his search for the truth we have not been near luck with the sponsors we have not found an sponsors we must find other things to get money into the project in an act of desperation Denis begins selling off branded merchandise in order to scrape together enough money for a new expedition there have been a long time but lots of struggling there’s a kind of frustration in me to work with this you must have patience it’s all about patience here their attempts to finance the project begin to provoke some people who think Peter and Denis are trying to make money out of nothing even some of the fans who were once enthusiastic of lost faith in them Peter and Denis have become a laughingstock quickly put on your dice peter is disheartened and distances himself further and further away from the project Denis on the other hand keeps on fighting but now it’s to clear their names we are no hoax we are treasure hunters why should we lie about this even Denis has to draw the line when he and above all his family begin to receive intimidating messages you notice the dark night 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Oz berry the dark death your health it’s good that you don’t dive in our winter times so many accidents happen then say hello to your little kids they are so sweet perhaps I meet them and the kindergarten what have I done to deserve this if rapping me and my kids but Denis’s struggle is also inspiring every now and then they still receive well wishes and kind support from fans and fine Peters and Dennis work important as misters are not scientific they’re also in the same time not trustable to the society it would be really sad if you actually have suffering there at the bottom think about if that will abandon just because it has some more of society that says there are no miracles there are no such things I think that would be a scandal almost if we don’t go there look at what it essentially one of their enthusiastic followers has spent a couple of months trying to restore the corrupted data from the multi-beam after much hard work he’s been able to put together new unique images that reveal the object and a large part of the surrounding area as a last-ditch effort Peter and Dennis together with Stefan the diver come together to see if they can shed some light upon the mystery this is going to be very interesting for me to see a big of you to take a step back actually two steps back and see the whole picture what we’ll see is very interesting because we have just seen it as a 2ds I scan sonar image but now we will have a flyby through the area and it’s quite amazing oh the multi beam interpretation shows something absolutely astonishing 1500 meters south of the object there’s a small underwater Mountain divided by a canyon leading off of this underwater feature is a ridge that runs all the way up to the object but for any theories there are cerebellum or the 3d image also shows another Ridge heading towards a second anomaly when study in the side scan image the resemblance to the first anomaly is striking which could mean that they are in some way connected but we have two current shaped endings of it and if we take the disturbances away we will have a straight line at least on this side the two arches makes it looks like maybe not natural this second anomaly might be the most interesting kinda tiring on the dusty liver in Toronto can’t eat the guitar it actually looks like something has hit the mountain but I don’t think it is like that I think it is a coincidence but I don’t know maybe I work with this too long now maybe I’m crazy but in my eyes I see the crash site perhaps I will now find out and I have to live with that but one thing is for sure I will never stop thinking about I’m divided in to about an answer it might be a very boring answer and maybe I can live without that or the answer will surprise me in that case I’m looking forward to it you you

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