UFO Video: Shocking YouTube Clip Shows Flying Alien
A shocking video clip was recently uploaded on YouTube that claimed to be a proof of UFO sightings and the existence of extraterrestrial life. While space experts have been mum about the video, many viewers were left baffled about the authenticity of the clip that has gone viral.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have recently made headlines after the agency was accused of an alleged covert program that possibly harbors alien life. According to Rapid News Network, conspiracy theorists are claiming that the live feed, which was captured in January and uploaded last weekend, showed the presence of three UFOs on Earth. Unfortunately, the video was allegedly disconnected by the authorities.
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In the video, three mysterious shapes were seen breaking out of the Earth's atmosphere and were going upwards. As the alleged alien airships converged and sped off, NASA suddenly ended the live transmission, Sentinel Republic revealed.
"The High Definition Earth Viewing experiment is either switching cameras, or we are experiencing a temporary loss of signal with the worldwide Space Station," NASA's message read before adding, "Please stand by."
NASA's message has sparked some intense reactions on social media. Thrasher Backer reported the video allegedly suggests more proofs on the space agency's effort to cover up the incessant conundrum about extraterrestrial life. So, is NASA trying to hide something?
In line with the usual protocols regarding UFO sightings, NASA has not commented on the latest accusations. The space agency did not also provide any further explanation about its odd action in interrupting the live feed from the International Space Station (ISS). They are also mum about the bizarre lights seen that are deemed to be UFOs.
As the video created such a hype with almost half a million views on YouTube, the authenticity of the video has also been questioned by many.
"Of course, it's possible the YouTube video has been doctored, or the unexplained objects are simply a trick of the light," Britain's Sunday Express wrote.
Meanwhile, combined with the alleged suspicious timing of camera difficulties, many believe that the video was a definitive evidence of alien life existence. And since the original video is no longer available, check out the embedded clip below to give you an idea about this controversy.