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Thursday, March 31, 2016

UFO Hovering Above The Moon

Government cover-ups of UFOs and aliens have been around for quite some time, but the latest one can be mind-blowing. The footage from NASA showing the 1969 Apollo 12 mission has recently brought some controversies among UFO enthusiasts.

Some UFO researchers think the video and images show a UFO hovering over the moon. Others believe the mysterious lights in the footage could validate the rumors about a secret U.S. government spacecraft. Specifically, they are referring to the alleged surveillance aircraft of the U.S. Air Force.

Adding the mystery to the video are the reports of similar craft flying over Antelope Valley in California deserts.

While the latest video has gone viral, not everybody is convinced on the triangular formation of lights to be an indication of extra-terrestrial life. Some people argue that aliens would be more advanced to use lights, which usually cause people to notice them.

There are also some viewers who think that the footage only shows half of the truth. They say that it is edited to make a viral video and earn money from it.

Further investigations could give more details about the footage and the alleged alien UFO.


  1. Taking the view that UFO's are real, solid objects, I and everyone else would like to know if they are alien or man made.If they are not of alien origin, then we should be asking our governments what the hell is going on. Which earthly country is advanced enough to manufacture space vehicles capable of doing what we see them doing? I cannot believe that even our most advanced scientists have broken through the space travel barriers... unless they had outside help. Come on folks, if the images are real, why are our governments not admitting to some way out there technology and space capability? If we are not making these objects, who the hell is? We also need to stop the fake items which are making a mockery of any serious research.

  2. Secure Team are known hoaxers