On the Irish Shores you’ll find the Isle of Erin, a place that’s full of wonders and mysteries. It’s also a land where stories of leprechauns and fairies spread like wildfire. In fact, folks living in this realm are used to hearing all sorts of otherworldly tales. But to most skeptics, these are just stories. Nothing more. But there are some things that can’t be explained away so easily, like when a mysterious object approached the Isle of Erin. There was no way to know what it was or where it came from. But as word of the object continued to grow, it attracted the attention of the Coast Guard, who began an investigation into the origin of this mysterious discovery.
It was a not-so typical day on the Irish coast in 2016, when people took notice of an unusual object.
The sky was gray, and the area was covered in a heavy mist, but folks were mesmerized by the mysterious object that was floating offshore. It seemed as though it would crash with the rocky terrain of the eastern shores.
Onlookers were concerned about the unidentified object, so they called the authorities to take a look.
Meanwhile, the object was tossed helplessly by the powerful waves that came ashore. People weren’t sure if the object was manned or not. But it didn’t seem to be putting up much of a fight against the tides.
The object floated closer to the shoreline while witnesses waited for the Coast Guard to arrive.
At first glance, it looked like some kind of a ship. But most vessels didn’t look as flat as this one was. This begged the question; what kind of ship was this? Could it have come from outer space or was it some kind of secret military ship?
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When the Coast Guard arrived, they were just as confused as all of the bystanders on the coastline.
The Coast Guard was intrigued by the mysterious object that had washed ashore, so they decided to get a better look at what was inside. Initially, it didn’t seem to be a boat at all. In fact, if anything, it looked more like a caravan.
The Coast Guard boarded the mysterious object to see if anyone needed assistance inside the ship.
The boat was big enough for someone to live in it, but oddly enough, the vessel was empty. In fact, there was no evidence, not even personal belongings, that suggested that anyone had ever lived aboard the ship.