UFO sightings, rather disappointing UFO sightings have become almost a daily occurrence these days. Several people have reported seeing some or the other unidentified object across the world and later, all of them have been proved false. No one has been able to confirm an unidentified object as extraterrestrial. Recently, a similar case has emerged, where people can’t confirm whether it’s an alien spaceship or just a glacier.
Just about a few days ago an unidentified object crash landed at Antarctica and conspiracy theorists are convinced that it’s nothing but an alien spaceship.
The object, which has a shape like a cigar, is believed to have left behind a trail behind it.
Secureteam, a website popular for reporting UFO sightings and all things alien, had first spotted the object. They claimed that the spaceship was discovered on South Georgia Island, a British territory, which is mostly vacant.
However, experts completely shunned the notion and stated that it’s nothing but a glacier and there is nothing extraterrestrial at play here.
The team of conspiracy theorists shared a video on their YouTube channel, which shows the cigar-shaped object and the trail behind it on the snow.
They also shared a footage from Google Earth, which shows the location of the object to be Antarctica.
“It appears to be some sort of massive elongated or cigar-shaped that at some point – and we don’t know when – came to a screeching halt in the snow. This could be something which came from the air and crash-landed,” said Secureteam.
They also tweeted the video and before posting the footage they dramatically wrote, “A lot of strangeness to cover tonight,” on Twitter.
A lot of strangeness to cover tonight. Editing as fast as I can now. Stay tuned.
— Secureteam (@SecureTeam10) March 4, 2018
Soon after the video became viral, experts claimed that what Google Earth is showing is a glacier and not an alien spaceship. It must have fallen from a nearby mountain and slid over to its current position; leaving the trail on snow, they suggested.
“It looks to me as though this feature is related to a large avalanche from a nearby mountain. Part of a hanging glacier appears to have collapsed, you can see the avalanche debris at the foot of the slope, and this could be a large block of ice that has traveled further as a consequence. The track shows that it’s sliding over a snow-covered glacier before it comes to a rest,” Keele University’s senior lecturer of physical geography Dr. Richard Waller told Daily Mail.