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Showing posts with label Antarctica. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Antarctica. Show all posts

Friday, May 26, 2017

Russian UFO Hunter Spotted Alien Spaceship Crash Landed in Antarctica



From a pyramid made by a lost civilisation to a different staircase built by the aliens, it comes without a doubt that Antarctica too has been a hotspot for UFO sightings by hunters in recent months. According to a Russian conspiracy theorist, the images show the wreckage of a massive alien spaceship that landed in Antarctica million years ago. Valentin Degteryov, the name of the Russian theorist, posted pictures of the aliens and extraterrestrials, which he claims has gone undiscovered since it is covered with snow, after spotting the dark shape on Google Earth satellite images. Such images were described as a 'final proof of secret technology' designed on Antarctica.

The hunter was from Nizhny Tagil in Western Russia. According to him, the object was 1,900-feet in length. He also believes the wreckage has only become visible because of the ice melting. Such melting of the ice was brought on the earth’s most southerly continent. As posted on the site, he claimed that it is a huge spaceship in Antarctica that has crashed landed millions of years ago. It has fallen to the big mountain with a length of 600 meters. He only became visible when the ice has finally descended.

Since yesterday, the footage posted by Degteryov has garnered thousands of viewers. However, many of the comments are sceptical. In fact, most of these viewers have dismissed his theories stating that the shape was just a small rocky outcrop on a mountain. Despite being a different sighting, it is not the first bizarre alien theory to emerge on satellite images. A mysterious and strange new video has emerged which conspiracy theorists believe may show an alien spaceship crashed landed in the sky over Antarctica. However, it is unclear for most people what the object is, and some viewers admitted that it could be a 'full blown hoax.'