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Mystery object found on South Carolina beach

By T.K. Randall
October 13, 2018 · Comment icon 15 comments

What exactly is this thing ? Image Credit: Facebook / Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network
A marine resource group has been attempting to identify a strange object that washed ashore earlier this month.
Found on the shoreline of Seabrook Island on October 4th, the mysterious object is reportedly comprised mainly of foam and does not contain any solid metal parts.

Some social media users have speculated that it could be a film prop from one of the recent Star Wars movies while others have argued that it is more likely to be a piece of fallen space debris.

It has also been suggested that it could be some sort of damaged marine buoy or pipeline floater.
As things stand however, no official explanation has been forthcoming.

What do you think it could be ?

Source: | Comments (15)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #6 Posted by freetoroam 4 years ago
Thats the one.†
Comment icon #7 Posted by Carlos Allende 4 years ago
Bits of UFOs just showing up in weird places. Why does reality always have to imitate Grand Theft Auto? So lazy.
Comment icon #8 Posted by acute 4 years ago
I think it's one of Godzilla's orthopedic Toe Separators.
Comment icon #9 Posted by moonman 4 years ago
Good job on the solution, but it begs the question - if it's so relatively easy for us forum users to figure out, why is this even a story? Even if that's not exactly what it is, it's obviously man-made.
Comment icon #10 Posted by XenoFish 4 years ago
That's kind of a troubling question. It wasn't much of a mystery to begin with.†
Comment icon #11 Posted by Robotic Jew 4 years ago
Comment icon #12 Posted by Hammerclaw 4 years ago
Looks kind of like a WW2 flotation device for a submarine net strung across the narrows somewhere, like they had at Pearl, or Scapa Flow. †
Comment icon #13 Posted by taniwha 4 years ago
Solved!! Cheers :-)
Comment icon #14 Posted by MissJatti 4 years ago
At first I thought it was a part of one of those†exhausts from a space shuttle
Comment icon #15 Posted by Echoes 4 years ago
That would make a lovely paperweight...†

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