Back in 2002, this California film crew would go missing in Antarctica.
But what they may have discovered in the process is the subject of controversy.
Still to this day at the time new updated satellite imagery had the entire world buzzing as it was picking up anomalies all over Antarctica.
This was coupled with the fact that military personnel was reporting that the US government was flying equipment down there.
This had the Atlantis TV production crew intrigued.
So the team decided to go on an expedition to see what types of discoveries they could get on film.
Once there, it wasn’t long after they cleared the ice wall, that they disappeared.
Officials would waste no time. They call the Navy Seals in to track them down.
They never locate the film crew, but they discover something else. In an old supply dump near Russian Vostok Research Station, they would locate a tape.
And it is said that when they played the footage, they were all struck.
It was at that moment, the missing team was no longer a priority.
After watching the tape, it showed evidence of a dig up to 2 miles below the Antarctica shelf.
Not only that, but it provided video evidence of massive megaliths way below the ice.
And though researchers said the Seal team couldn’t disclose much more, it is believed that they may have even found one of the greatest mysteries of all time, the city of Atlantis.
So the controversy surrounding it, Atlantis TV station lawyers proceeded to try and get the tape back from the government. They planned on airing it to the public.
But that’s where the government said no way. And even though their lawyers pressed the issue, they were never able to get the footage. And now, government Officials even deny its existence.
So the battle for video evidence so persists today. And unfortunately, they never found the missing film crew.