The decomposed remains of a strange sea-creature washed up on shoreline of Luis Siret Beach in Villaricos, Spain. A woman first discovered the head of the creature and later found the rest of its body. All together it Stretched to about 13 feet. There was wide-spread speculation among people as to what it could be. People speculated everything from sea dragons, to water dinosaurs and the lochness monster.
Early speculations by experts led them to believe that it was the remains of an oarfish, but they were later debunked. One scientist from FSU states that it is a shark skeleton. [X]
Some think its a species that is unknown to man. The decomposed body just happened to wash up on shore.
In 1967, several witnesses reported seeing a very large, unidentified craft hit the water near a small fishing village in Nova Scotia, near the small fishing village of Shag Harbor. The object, according to witnesses, descended rapidly with a whistling noise, and hit the water with a “bright splash” and a loud, explosive noise. A light was reportedly visible under the surface for some time before sinking. A search team was assembled, but found nothing, and it was later determined there were no missing aircraft that could have crashed. A thorough underwater search also yielded no sign of the object.