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What Unexplained Mass Lurks Beneath Antarctica?

An anomaly in Antarctica seen on satellite imagery has many wondering if there was a possible mass extinction type of impact crater long ago. Others, however, are speculating about Hollow Earth, Nazi bases, Alien bases, and more. Here is what SecureTeam had to say - This crater, referred to as Wilkes Land Crater, is a buried object in the earth that causes a gravitational pull from up to 300 miles up from earth, pulling things to earth as with a great mass.
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