CREEPIEST Things Ever Found by Deep Sea Divers!

  • Published on May 19, 2019
  • Remains of fallen ships, strange creatures, mysterious monuments, unique phenomena--who knew you could find all these things in the darkness of the ocean? Here are some of the intriguing and eerie sights those who have dared to explore our mysterious seas have found.
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    6. The Yonaguni Monument
    While trying to observe hammerhead sharks, the director of the Yonaguni-Cho Tourism Association, Masaaki Kimura, came across one of the most mysterious sea discoveries yet. Kimura fund rock formations that appear to be human-made monoliths. Why does Kimura think they are not natural features? Much of the rock seems perfect in shape as if someone carved them. Divers will come across two pillars called "Twin Megaliths," columns, a straight wall, a formation known as "the Turtle." Some scientists who have studied Yonaguni argue that these are most likely natural emergences of rock that may have been used and modified by past humans. What ancient humans could have done here under the water remains a mystery.
    5. The Antikythera Mechanism
    When the device known as the Antikythera mechanism was first extracted from the sea near the Greek island of Antikythera, no one was sure what the ancient Greeks used it for. Following its discovery in 1901, this artifact had long eluded researchers when it came to its purpose. Now, most agree that it is an ancient analog computer that predicted planetary positions and eclipses. Experts consider it the first known analog computer, dating back to the Hellenistic period around 323 BCE to 31 BCE.
    4. Waterfall In The Water
    It may seem as though the Earth is falling into itself and it's the end of the world, but relax! That is what many people call a "waterfall in the water." How does water fall in the water? Trick question, it doesn't, but it can look this way! The so-called underwater waterfall can be found off the cost of Le Morne, the southwest of Mauritius. That you see is not water flowing down, but sand and silt on the ocean floor that is running off. From above the sea, it looks like a waterfall!
    3. Like A Termite
    If the sight of an isopod makes your skin crawl, don't worry. You're not alone. The image of a larger than life termite would scare anyone! Over 20 species of giant isopods exist. You'll find them in abundance living in the cold waters of the Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic Oceans. Biologists call them pill bugs as they are similar to rolly pollies. Their enormous size is attributed to a phenomenon known as "deep sea gigantism" or "abyssal gigantism." Scientists think this type of evolution occurs due to an animal's adaptation to a lack of food resources, colder temperature, and higher pressure.
    2. The Inky Dracula
    The name "vampire squid" sounds menacing, but when you see how big this cephalopod is, you probably won't be so scared. Vampire squids measure 1 foot or 30 centimeters at the most, counting its umbrella-like tentacles. Its body alone is only 6 inches or 15 centimeters long. The vampire squid is similar to octopuses and squids but isn't quite either. When first discovered in the 1900s, German teuthologist Carl Chun originally described it as an octopus! Because of its inability to fit perfectly into those categories, biologists placed the vampire squid into its own order, Vampyromorphida. This inky Dracula uses its light-producing organs called "photophores" to disorient another creature it perceives as a threat.
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Comments • 91

  • Repent_And_Follow_Jesus World

    I declare in the name of Jesus I am a child of God from the tride of Juhdea I am free from sin and death by the power of Jesus I believe seek Jesus and repent of you're sins have faith and trust in Jesus christ or perish.

  • Anita4RDH
    Anita4RDH 17 days ago

    We need to study the deep sea!

  • Joseph O'yek
    Joseph O'yek Month ago

    Name of the loli at 2:12?

  • Rex M
    Rex M Month ago

    Umm....there were a lot more than 6 Apollo launches.

  • Kay M
    Kay M Month ago

    I Fucking hate how every Damn video they always say make sure you subscribe!! Like ummm I'm pretty sure people already know to do that! You don't need to remind them every Damn time

  • Prankster Gangster
    Prankster Gangster 3 months ago +5

    Guy on titanic: god himself can’t sink this ship

    God: hold my water

    • Repent_And_Follow_Jesus World
      Repent_And_Follow_Jesus World 10 hours ago

      I declare in the name of Jesus I am a child of God from the tride of Juhdea I am free from sin and death by the power of Jesus I believe seek Jesus and repent of you're sins have faith and trust in Jesus christ or perish.

  • 1 crazy sushi luver
    1 crazy sushi luver 3 months ago

    Deep sea!! It's important to know our planet's surroundings but we haven't fully explored our own planet nor do we know everything that lives right here with us

  • Elexus Williams
    Elexus Williams 3 months ago

    the deep sea is🖤😍

  • Trezy sings Channel
    Trezy sings Channel 4 months ago


  • elvis presley
    elvis presley 4 months ago

    by the shear size of wins. But i think their are some monstrosities that live deep in the ocean

  • Slim Slim
    Slim Slim 4 months ago

    Not so creepy but is educational.

  • Jake Hurd
    Jake Hurd 4 months ago

    Discover the sea ! Learn, discover and understand what's here before we leave and learn what's out there

  • Monsour Generoso
    Monsour Generoso 4 months ago +1

    Yay! The thumbnail is not clickbait!

  • Karla Kirkpatrick
    Karla Kirkpatrick 4 months ago

    the analog computer that is frozen works better than any HP computer or product as of now I should know using one now

  • MystiqueHorizon
    MystiqueHorizon 4 months ago +1

    What DON'T the Japanese consider a "delicacy" ?? 😂😂😂

  • David Marchand
    David Marchand 4 months ago

    I love to learn, about the ocean, but outer space is man's next step in our evolution. Face facts man an women must remove all of our eggs from one basket. There is other plants out there capable of support life as we know it. The last frontier is inevitable.

  • Kymber Du Smythe
    Kymber Du Smythe 4 months ago

    I think the sea will offer up for more answers and wonders than space ever will.

  • bobos paracord
    bobos paracord 4 months ago

    700th like 👍

  • rigsby2222
    rigsby2222 5 months ago +8

    Low pressure make Blobfish sad :(

    • Repent_And_Follow_Jesus World
      Repent_And_Follow_Jesus World 10 hours ago

      I declare in the name of Jesus I am a child of God from the tride of Juhdea I am free from sin and death by the power of Jesus I believe seek Jesus and repent of you're sins have faith and trust in Jesus christ or perish.

  • Alvarez
    Alvarez 5 months ago

    I will cook them all lol

  • Chipchase
    Chipchase 5 months ago

    As soon as you hear the smug sing song voice of the girl narrator you know you’ve been sold a crock of shit, aka click-bate.

  • Samuel Sanders II
    Samuel Sanders II 5 months ago

    Space, the sea will always be here.

  • Johnz Babe
    Johnz Babe 5 months ago

    not creepy at all

  • tcb268
    tcb268 5 months ago +1

    Who knew you could find sunken ships in the ocean? WHO?

  • Ahnu Deonarain
    Ahnu Deonarain 5 months ago


  • jimmy jim
    jimmy jim 5 months ago

    What so creepy aboyt oar fish

  • Anita Thompson
    Anita Thompson 5 months ago +2

    Very interesting thanks for sharing have a blessed day today in Jesus Christ our Lord GOD and savor JESUS CHRIST by

    • Marcus LOPAC
      Marcus LOPAC 4 months ago


      EVILSTRIKES 5 months ago


  • Marc L
    Marc L 5 months ago


  • Gear Potot
    Gear Potot 5 months ago

    OMG.. So creepy.. Cant watch them all.. It thrills inside me.. Its like a horror movie.. In reality.. Creepy..

  • Luxus Häuser
    Luxus Häuser 5 months ago +1

    Was expecting Mermaids.

  • Rockin BoBokkin
    Rockin BoBokkin 5 months ago +7

    Neither creepy, nor very much involving divers.
    Click. Bait.

  • bluebloodbc
    bluebloodbc 5 months ago

    stick your hammer and sickle, up your asses.

  • bcumike
    bcumike 5 months ago +2

    So, nothing creepy has ever been found in the ocean?

  • Frankiegish
    Frankiegish 5 months ago

    More is known about space than our oceans so oceans interest me more.

  • Betty Davis
    Betty Davis 5 months ago

    Fake voice goodbye

  • Megan White
    Megan White 5 months ago

    Deep Sea exploration

  • Bazzel Hunt
    Bazzel Hunt 5 months ago

    Wow cover pic no wear wanna be swimming

  • Vasilis 78
    Vasilis 78 5 months ago

    The deep sea

    JASON CUTSHAW 5 months ago +1

    Deep Sea were there is LIFE

  • motasim ahmed
    motasim ahmed 5 months ago

    My vote for Deep sea , coz at least you no the limit and space its unlimited

  • John Peterson
    John Peterson 5 months ago

    How is an engine, or a wrecked ship full of silver, creepy?

  • Juan Ramirez
    Juan Ramirez 5 months ago

    Travel through space is taxing on our time. A person physically traveling to the nearest star system at 1.3 light years away, would take him/her about 55,000 years traveling at our current rates of speed. We don’t live that long and the information bought back would be useful to those living over 55,000 years from now. We may be able to transmit images at the speed of light in 1.3 years once we get there. Plus there are other problems involved, i.e., medical, food replenishment, suspended animation, etc. Hence not as feasible as exploring the deep oceans. I know, we have powerful telescopes, computers and high tech which will have to serve as a proxy until then.

  • Bandit69ply
    Bandit69ply 5 months ago

    Deep sea because we know very little about the oceans

  • Wellesley Brown
    Wellesley Brown 5 months ago

    Out of space

  • Casey Hoffman The Irish Hoff

    Did you mean 40 years later Bezos found it? Not 4? Hope I spelled his name right!

  • HIEx Baron Francesco
    HIEx Baron Francesco 5 months ago

    Deep Sea

  • Jon Smit
    Jon Smit 5 months ago

    They say we know the surface of the Moon much better than we do our own ocean floor. So, it's deep sea for me. Apart from knowledge, it could help us solve some urgent challenges we are facing - energy, food, minerals etc.

  • starr child
    starr child 5 months ago

    the deep sea

  • MrDrewthat
    MrDrewthat 5 months ago +1

    My vote, deep sea.

  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith 5 months ago +3

    Deep sea is more important. It could even help us understand weather patterns and more!

  • crystal coughlin
    crystal coughlin 5 months ago +1

    #creepest things found under water. We should explore both.

  • sean tylcoat
    sean tylcoat 5 months ago +1

    People that disliked this video can't swim or can't understand English

  • Eileen Christina Benson
    Eileen Christina Benson 5 months ago +2

    proof it

  • Slovous Torin
    Slovous Torin 5 months ago +2

    It was actually 3 people on the moon

    • Slovous Torin
      Slovous Torin 5 months ago

      @bo adamstrue but no one ever mentions the third guy who went to the moon

    • bo adams
      bo adams 5 months ago

      Slovous Torin only 2 people walked.

  • John F
    John F 5 months ago +10

    Apollo 11 wasn't the first Apollo mission. Bezos was born in 64. So I don't think he recovered the Apollo engines four years after they launched. He would have been nine? You do mention decades later after, but still? Still an interesting presentation.

    • Shit*happens
      Shit*happens 4 months ago

      Probably meant 40 years but said 4

    • Darlene Ricotta
      Darlene Ricotta 5 months ago

      The deep sea has so much to learn from and it is on Earth!

  • Ulf Knudsen
    Ulf Knudsen 5 months ago +1

    Is this an rerun?

  • TheJackyJooJ
    TheJackyJooJ 5 months ago +1

    What happend to their views, why don't people watch talltanic anymore?

  • John Cadden
    John Cadden 5 months ago +1

    Deep sea

  • Kyle Short
    Kyle Short 5 months ago +2

    00:09 I mean thats exactly what springs to mind when I think of the ocean floor