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Alien Anglers Catch Shark?

Updated on August 29, 2011

Blue Shark in Woods



You have probably heard about the 6 -8ft Blue Shark found in the woods near Milton in New Hampshire. What was it doing there and how did it get there?

These woods are approximately a one hour drive from the nearest sea water, some of which is along a winding road through the wood. This Shark was then away from the road. This slippery beast is estimated to weigh in the region of 250lbs and there is no evidence of any ropes being used.

The official conclusion is that a fisherman must have illegally caught it, realizing he could get into trouble, he dumped it. Really!

Why, if he was concerned about being caught, would he take the chance of carrying it in his vehicle for at least an hour?

Why would he obviously struggle, taking this slippery and heavy evidence deep into the woods, giving a further opportunity of being caught?

If he was so concerned about being caught, he could easily have dumped it by the side of the road anywhere.

Local police asked anybody if they had seen anyone carrying or driving with such a cargo yet nothing like that had been seen.

Suck it up


In recent times, New Hampshire has appeared to have an increase in supposed UFO sightings, especially in the area between the ocean and these woods.

In the past there have been several reports of UFOs “sucking” up water from the sea. There has even been a report that a UFO sucked up a shoal of fish.

Although the exact time that this Shark was dumped cannot be determined, there is in this same time frame, a report of a strange object with orange lights, hovering over the highway between the ocean and Milton.


Could a UFO have sucked up this shark by mistake, and then dumped it? This to many would seem unbelievable.

Could a helicopter have carried this and dumped it? This to many would seem incomprehensible.

Could a fisherman carry this in a vehicle for an hour, struggle pulling it over rough ground and leaving it, all without being seen by anyone? This, to me,

seems miraculous.

Why is it that when authorities are faced with something they cannot explain, they cannot say it is a mystery and unexplained?

Why is it that they will always give some reason, regardless of how illogical, providing it steers away from UFOs?

Why is it that they do not seem content for us to draw our own conclusions?

What is it that they know and are not telling us?


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    • fen lander profile image

      fen lander 

      6 years ago from Whitstable

      Think Bermuda Triangle and all the mysterious dissapearances- this is the flip side- the re-appearance from nowhere of Marine creatures- any lost and confused airmen turned up in those woods, I wonder? UFO's seem to be the universal answer to every mystery in the universe these days- the answer is just too easy for me. Anomalous behaviour of the Time-Space Continuum isn't necessarily evidence of flying saucers. Beam me up Captain.......

    • Alma Cabase profile image

      Alma Cabase 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      I think the fisherman is too scared to be caught which made him did it. However, no one knows if it's the doing of an alien or not. There are a lot of things which we just can't explain despite the advances of modern science and technology.

      This is a very interesting hub which made me gaze above and look at the night sky searching for some UFO. xd



    • American View profile image

      American View 

      6 years ago from Plano, Texas

      You would think the aliens would suck up something good like McDonalds or Olive Garden. Anything but fish

    • PETER LUMETTA profile image


      6 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

      What can we think? Why is it all government agencies must have an answer to everything even if they have no idea, as was just illustrated to us by Congress and the POTUS. Another mystery,


    • CMHypno profile image


      6 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

      Nothing like a good mystery! I don't know how the big shark got where it did, but it would be great if the authorities would just have an open investigation


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