Google Maps users baffled over ‘Titanic-like’ wreckage seen off coast of Japan

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The wreckage of “Titanic-style” ship has been spotted off the coast of Japan in a bizarre clip, a conspiracist has claimed.

In the past Google Maps has revealed hidden secrets all over the world, such as capturing a “flying rabbit’s” tragic fate while crossing the road.


The clip begins with the TikTok user zooming in on Japan while using a map.

Upon zooming in to a harbour positioned on Oshima Island, a shadowy object is seen lurking under the water.

As the video zooms in nearer, it becomes apparent the shadow is shaped like a ship.

Despite other boats being positioned around the edges, the military ship-shaped shadow was positioned underneath the water’s surface.

The unknown shipwreck has been captured on camera

An onscreen caption reads: “They lied about the Titanic.”

The clip was uploaded to Reddit only hours ago, and has since received an 82% upvote from the viewers.

One person said: “I’ve checked on Google maps. It’s there.”

Another asked: “What’s going on in this video?”

It’s not known what ship it is, or if it’s even real, but one person believed it could be a “Google overlay” and glitch.

They added: “No programmer salvage crew has been daring enough to remove her from the final resting place.”

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It Is quite common for Google Maps to pick up bizarre sightings.

Only weeks ago, a map was captured in a very compromising position.

A middle-aged man was filmed in a baseball cap with his trousers and underpants wrapped around his knees.

The bloke’s pale backside is clearly visible and it appears as if he has been caught right in the middle of taking a sneaky dump , the footage appeared to show.





By staronline@reachplc.com (Katy Gill)

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