I usually just ignore this types of stories – the ones that tell of amazing discoveries which have no legitimate source (like a real newspaper or academic journal). However, this time Graham Hancock was asked about a story so many times he felt compelled to write a Facebook post concerning it:
HOAX WARNING re stories about “giant underwater pyramids made of thick glass found in the center of the Bermuda triangle.” I can’t even count how many good well intentioned people have written to me in recent days asking if stories like this one (http://www.utaot.com/2012/09/27/two-giant-underwater-pyramids-made-of-thick-glass-found-in-the-center-of-the-bermuda-triangle/) are true. These stories are NOT true! “Meyer Verlag”, the name of the alleged “oceanographer” in the story linked above means Meyer Publishing House in German; in some other stories (quite a few are going around) he’s referred to as Verlag Meyer — i.e. Publishing House Meyer. This is an obvious hoax that has been in circulation since at least 2012 if not before with no resolution. I don’t understand why people put crap like this about but I’m concerned that the effect will be to harm the work of genuine alternative historical researchers.
More at his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Author.GrahamHancock