UFO (unidentified flying object) enthusiasts are particularly disturbed by a futuristic looking UFO that recently surfaced on YouTube and social media websites. Extraordinary footage of what appears to be a ?UFO??arriving via a wormhole, has further sparked the alien conspiracy theories.
An amateur video allegedly shot in Arizona, USA shows a UFO coming out of a beam of light. There is no detail as to who filmed it and appears to have originally surfaced on a Spanish Facebook page.
Some have claimed the footage shows a space-shift being shot to Earth in a “plasma beam,” according to The Sun. The viral sensation is reminiscent of the Marvel?s Avengers movie where alien beings attack New York. Alien hunters believe the beam similarly was used to send extraterrestrial beings from another dimension. Others have said there was an actual spaceship in the clouds that beamed the plasma ray.
As usual it didn?t take long for the video to appear on the infamous blog, UFO Sightings Daily. Blogger Scott C. Waring said the video is in fact real, claiming that the sighting took place on December 1. He wrote ?Arizona is a famous hotspot for UFOs and Alien bases, so it’s nice to get this substantial evidence of their existence in that area.?
?This is an alien ship, shooting off through the clouds, leaving earth. It almost looks like a meteorite, but it’s not falling, it’s going up.?
Another UFO Hoax
However, Scott Brando of the UFO hoax-busting website, UFOofInterest.org, claims that the alien video is an ultimate fraud. ?”Yes, it’s a fake CGI. There are previous sharings about the same video being fake,” Brando stated in a tweet.
Tyler Glockner, the narrator of the YouTube UFO channel Secureteam10, also feels the same. Though the channel features a number of UFO blacklists amid claims it promotes fake and misleading footages, it suggested that the video was probably a clever fake.
Several others have expressed doubts over the authenticity of the video. It just seems another ruse to cash in through YouTube advertising. But the consensus hasn?t stopped many UFO seekers from believing the video is true.