Albert M. Chechelnitsky (1935-2011) was a Russian astrophysicist who, in a short 2007 book entitled Challenge of Plato: Atlantida Incognita, put forward the daring idea that Atlantis had been situated in Alaska and the Pillars of Herakles in the Bering Strait.
It appears that his book was initially only available in an electronic format(a) however it now seems to be also available in hard copy(b), but I cannot locate a seller.
Alaska or more precisely its Yukon River Valley was identified as the location of Atlantis in 2004 by a Russian astrophysicist, Albert M. Chechelnitsky, in his book Challenge of Plato: Atlantida Incognita. He claims that this was the result of a Pole Shift although he admits a lack of scientific evidence to support this idea!
*A few years ago Jason Colavito wrote(a) of a claim made by Linda Moulton-Howe that twenty years earlier, following a nuclear test in the region, a large cavity was created within which was a pyramid larger than Giza’s Great Pyramid!
Last Year (2018), The Daily Star, published a similar piece of drivel(b), claiming that a pyramid had been identified on Google Earth off the coast Alaska, again comparing it to Giza. Not without precedent the article was headlined Atlantis Found?