The mysterious metal “starfish”, found in the sand on a Rhode Island beach, has been unearthed, but its removal has done little to solve the mystery surrounding it.
Discovered a few weeks ago at low tide in the city of Westerly, a strange object stuck in the sea bed, was something of a summer sensation in the community.
The theories about an object ranged from the prosaic, such as a scientific device that has been shut down, up to the exotic, including the popular alien relationship.
It was assumed that an excavation of the anomaly on Thursday morning could solve the mystery, but the venture seems to have created even more uncertainty. Nearly 100 people gathered on the beach to observe the 45 minutes of distance from the object.
Unfortunately, the “starfish” did not fall out in one piece, but fell apart, so that the workers were able to retrieve a number of metal fragments from the object, which provided very little evidence of what they had once formed.
Despite the attempts to assemble the pieces on the beach to recreate the object, the improvised puzzle has still not been able to clear up the confusion.
Nonetheless, now that the object, though seen in pieces, as seen in the proverbial light of day, officials hope that someone will look at the density of its elimination, recognize something and offer an explanation for what it was.
In the meantime, the rubble has been hung up in a “secret place”, which evokes the idea of an ET cover-up, but only refers to the basement of the western police station.