Making the rounds is this story about glass pyramids underwater at the Bermuda Triangle. They're claiming they were discovered by an oceanographer but they I find no mention of this story in popular press and no actual scientific articles referenced.
These strange underwater pyramid structures at a depth of two thousand meters were identified with the help of a sonar according to oceanographer Dr. Verlag Meyer. Studies of other structures like Yonaguni in modern day Japan have allowed scientists to determine that the two giant pyramids, apparently made of something like a thick glass, are really impressive - each of them is larger than the pyramid of Cheops in Egypt.
Is there anything to back up these claims? Other sources are skeptical:
"It doesn't sound too real to me," said Calvin Jones of the Florida state Division of Historical Resources. " I'm always open minded because we`re always learning new things. But the idea of a pyramid structure, let alone one made of glass, under more than 10 feet of water -- the chances are about one in a million."