The ocean is notoriously vast, dark, and seemingly bottomless at times. Its terrifying yet perplexing nature has fascinated human beings of all ages, races, and backgrounds since the dawn of time. Some seek the solace of the beach for a vacation, whereas others live and breathe the life at sea. Any fisherman asked about the sea would presumably say the same thing. Waves are not measured by feet or inches. They are measured by increments of fear. You see, a person may have the strength to survive most natural phenomenon like storms, winds, and even fires. Getting lost at sea is another thing entirely. In fact, a fisherman’s worst fear is being stuck on their back, adrift in the open waters as they wait impatiently for their body to succumb to the will of the waves or worse, whatever lurks beneath them.This fear rears its ugly head from time to time when fishermen are met with the remains of some other unlucky soul who had gone toe-to-toe with the sea and lost. That is precisely what two unsuspecting fishermen thought when they came across the body of Angelica Gaitan, floating aimlessly off the coast of Puerto Colombia .
However, upon closer inspection, they realized that there was so much more to the story than they could have ever imagined. The story we have in store for you today is a strange one.
In the early morning hours of Saturday, September 26th, 2020, local fishermen Rolando Visbal and his friend, Gustavo, were going about their usual fishing routes when they came across something peculiar. In the distance, just ahead of their relatively small fishing boat was what appeared to be a log. At first, the two men did not think much of it. In fact, they intended to move right past it before they suddenly realized that what they assumed to be a log was moving.
Randall C. Schneider is the founder and owner of ANTOCAT. he is been freelancing for many years and now focusses on WordPress development and blog design for small businesses and online publishers