A UFO? A Satellite? Mystery washes ashore on Seabrook Island

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SEABROOK ISLAND, S.C.(WCIV)- No one seems to know what exactly washed ashore on Seabrook Island this week, but it certainly has many guessing.

The large cylindrical shaped discovery was featured in a Facebook post by Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network.

“Look at this mysterious object that washed ashore in Seabrook Island today! What do you think it is?” the post read.

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  • Date: 2018-10-05T05:02:29+00:00
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UFO-Like ‘Space Junk’ Washes Up On Shore

A mysterious large cylindrical object washed up on a’South Carolina beach over the weekend, leaving residents baffled as to its origin. The UFO-like “space junk” was described as being soft and feeling like foam.

The object was’found by’Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network who were usually deployed to deal with animals struggling on the shoreline. The object was discovered on’Seabrook Island on Thursday and photos surfaced over the weekend.

Immediately after the image circulated on social media, people came up with several theories to determine the type and origin of the object.’The most likely explanation was the object was a dredge pipe float or part of a buoy.’

‘Definitely aliens’: Large object appears on Charleston

The Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network and officials from the town of Seabrook Island say they are stumped as to the origin of this 200-some-pound mass that washed up on the beach Thursday, Oct. 4. It was transported to a maintenance site. Lauren Rust/Provided

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Since Thursday, when a buoyant 200-some-pound mass washed up on the Seabrook Island shoreline, community members have become captivated by the dense foam object that has sparked widespread debate on social media about its origin.

Officially, authorities in this beach community 20 miles southwest of downtown Charleston will say only that it looks like a harmless flotation device. But they can’t be sure.

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