The Caribbean: A hotspot of the mysterious USOs

Recently the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) came out with a map depicting UAP hotspots. While the idea for such a map is laudable, the AARO data does not provide anywhere near a sufficient amount of data to make any such determination. 

Something completely left out of the public discussion of the UFO phenomenon and remain largely unconfirmed by official government sources are the objects that are consistently observed beneath the surface of oceans, lakes, and other bodies of water, displaying behavior or characteristics that defy conventional explanation. 

These objects called USOs are similar to UFOs: USOs are often likened to UFOs in that they are typically objects that move through the water with great speed, agility, or in ways not consistent with known human-made technology. They are frequently reported as glowing or emitting strange lights when observed underwater. 

Theories about the origin and nature of USOs vary widely. Some speculate that they are extraterrestrial in origin, possibly indicating the presence of underwater alien bases. Others propose it is secret military technology. 

USOs have been reported in oceans around the world, but some regions, like the Bermuda Triangle in the Atlantic Ocean and the Puerto Rico Trench, have had a higher frequency of USO sightings, however, when studying the phenomenon of Unidentified Submersible Objects we are developing some genuine data and we see that one obvious hotspot of USO activity, perhaps the leading spot in the world, is the Puerto Rico area / The Caribbean. 

In the next video, historian Richard Dolan discusses several cases from the region.