Bermuda Blob

Teddy Tucker with Bermuda Blob 1

Bermuda Blob is the name given to two globsters that washed ashore on Bermuda in 1988 and 1997. At first thought to be the remains of a cryptid, analysis suggests that the blobs were the remains of known sea creatures.

There has been some confusion in the past as to whether there were three Bermuda blobs or only two. Cryptozoologist Michael Newton has revealed, however, that there were only two — one washed ashore in 1988 (and later dubbed Bermuda Blob 1) and one washed ashore in 1997 (dubbed Bermuda Blob 2). Internet claims state that a Bermuda blob was also washed ashore in 1995 were thoroughly investigated by Newton, who discovered that there was no record whatsoever of any such occurrence present in any of the local newspapers held at the Bermuda National Library or in the archives of the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo.

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