🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Trying to identify any advice is appreciated mahalos hoping it's platinum

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To me it looks like melted lead, what you describe as a break may just be a flat or broken surface it solidified against. Melted metal tends to form into that kind of shape. I find lots of melted aluminum metal detecting beaches. Perhaps a chunk of melted keel from a boat that ran aground and caught on fire who knows how long ago?

The lights are an interesting part of the story. I've done a lot of freediving/spearfishing/lobster diving so know the look of dive lights underwater, they are fairly recognizable. I doubt it is related to this object but would be interested in how the light looked: color, how long it lasted, brightness, steadiness, etc.
 
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To me it looks like melted lead, what you describe as a break may just be a flat or broken surface it solidified against. Melted metal tends to form into that kind of shape. I find lots of melted aluminum metal detecting beaches. Perhaps a chunk of melted keel from a boat that ran aground and caught on fire who knows how long ago?

The lights are an interesting part of the story. I've done a lot of freediving/spearfishing/lobster diving so know the look of dive lights underwater, they are fairly recognizable. I doubt it is related to this object but would be interested in how the light looked: color, how long it lasted, brightness, steadiness, etc.
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