Freakier Lake Vostok Tale

The Russsian scientists have officially pierced the underground lake in the Antarctic.  That happened yesterday and RIA Novosti is doing the reporting.  I was pleased to hear that everything was okay and that they finally made it and that they’ll be on track to get out of there before the cold really arrives.

At first I was just happy that the scientists were safe.  I had written in my last post about the underground lake that I thought it was strange for all of the hoopla in the US and the UK, that there wasn’t much going on about it in what I’d consider Russian news.  So of course I read the entire article with an eye on what the Russians thought about Lake Vostok and that is what makes me think this story is freakier and freakier.

Check out what they say-

With the current events happening at Lake Vostok, an old theory saying that German Nazis may have built a secret base there as early as the 1930s, has resurfaced.

It is thought that towards the end of the Second World War, the Nazis moved to the South Pole and started constructing a base at Lake Vostok. In 1943, Grand Admiral Karl Dontiz was quoted saying “Germany’s submarine fleet is proud that it created an unassailable fortress for the Fuehrer on the other end of the world,” in Antarctica.

According to German naval archives, months after Germany surrendered to the Allies in April, 1945, a German U-530 submarine arrived at the South Pole from the Port of Kiel. Crewmembers constructed an ice cave and supposedly stored several boxes of relics from the Third Reich, including Hitler’s secret files.

Okay.  While Russian scientists were exploring a 20 million year old hidden lake, the rest of Russia is interested in finding out whether there was a Nazi base in Antartica and if Hitler and Eva’s bodies were there for cloning?  Read it!

It is also rumored that later the U-977 submarine delivered the remains of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun to Antarctica for DNA cloning purposes.

The world is weird.




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