UFO sighting: “Best close-up” of a flying saucer is “100% proof”,...

UFO sighting: “Best close-up” of a flying saucer is “100% proof”,...
UFO sighting: “Best close-up” of a flying saucer is “100% proof”,...

The alleged UFO is said to have appeared on a mountain in Mexico, where it was filmed through a telescope. The blurry footage was shared on YouTube by IvanHator TV with no background information on when or where the mysterious object was filmed, other than the title, UFO landed on the mountain of Mexico. In the video, two men can be heard speaking in Spanish while one is pointing his camera through a telescope.

After focusing on the distant object, the video zooms in on what appears to be a round or conical metallic object.

The bizarre footage has since been analyzed by self-proclaimed UFO expert and conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring.

Mr. Waring runs the UFO Sightings Daily blog, where he shares photos, video clips and other claims about extraterrestrial phenomena on Earth.

And while most of his discoveries cannot be explained or debunked by extraterrestrial means, the UFO hunter believes that this is the real deal.

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He said, “I have to admit, at first I thought it was a fake, but it’s not.

“As I looked further, I found that the people there were making a serious effort to point the camera at the slope.

“Even stop to take a moment to point the lens down and then back to the UFO on the hill.

“The conversation is in Spanish, but you can hear the seriousness in the tone.

“That is real. It’s absolutely amazing and I wish we had more footage of it. ”

“Probably waiting for the ground to open up so it can get four to six kilometers below the surface to an underground base.”

There is no real evidence to support this claim, however, and the circumstances surrounding the video’s release raise questions about its validity.

The video was shared from a channel in the Philippines on YouTube, which shares seemingly random content to generate video views.

And according to popular UFO hoax debunker Scott Brando, such UFO sightings are often faked to generate income online.

Mr Brando runs the website ufoofinterest.org, on which he explained that UFO hoaxes use YouTube’s affiliate program to monetize videos for advertising money.

Many of these videos are GCI forgeries or wildly misinterpreted NASA photos and videos from members of the public.

Similar claims have been made by blogger Constantine, who runs the UFO Theater website.

Despite the assumption that extraterrestrials are real and visiting Earth, the blogger said, “UFOlogy is currently stuck in capitalist greed.

“As millions of online viewers and readers seek the latest intelligence and information, a growing army of scammers and opportunists has emerged to capitalize on that interest.

“What they cannot create themselves, they steal from others and promote it by spamming social media such as Reddit, and Twitter.”

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