Everybody knows about the lost city of Atlantis.
But what if there is another lost city that is waiting to be fully discovered?
There has been a missing TV crew from California since November 2002.
Updated 2/10/2020 – The name of their company seems to befit them because of their discovery – Atlantis TV.
The team left behind a video documenting an apparent ancient ruin found below the Antarctic ice.
A US Navy SEALs mission is also a clue to the said newly discovered ruins.
This information is from Jonathan Gray, an adventurer and archeologist from World Education Research Ltd.
It has been published in Archaeology News Flash.
The US Navy SEALs were the ones who found the video while on their rescue mission for the missing TV crew.
At that time, the spokesperson of the company Atlantis TV has said that the US government will find ways to stop the airing of the video found by the Navy rescuers.
To this day, the Atlantis TV crew who filmed the archaeological dig remains missing. It is said that the massive ruins are around 3200 meters of ice.
Despite the allegations, the lawyers of the company emphasize that the primary concern of the company is the TV crew’s safety, not the said video.
However, they have also stressed that in the event of any move to censor the material by the US government, they would oppose it.
Further stating that Antarctica is not under the US jurisdiction.
The continent does not belong to any nation in the world.
Atlantis TV is still fighting for their right to the video, because it is their property as their crew were the ones who filmed it.
If the video, indeed, exists, archaeologists will surely find evidence of how people lived before, or how the city survived before in an extreme environment such as Antarctica.
It may lead to explanations on whether Antarctica has always been barren, or if it was different in ancient times.
Once the video is returned to its rightful owner, Atlantis TV have stated they will have no second thoughts on airing it and will let the public know of this new discovery.