The supposed UFO is thought to have appeared atop of a mountain in Mexico, where it was filmed through a telescope. The blurry footage was shared to YouTube by the channel IvanHator TV without any background information on when or where the mystery object was filmed, other than the title, UFO landed on the mountain of Mexico. In the video, two men can be heard talking in Spanish as one points his camera through a telescope.
After focusing in on the faraway object, to video zooms in on what appears to be a round or conical, metallic object.
The bizarre footage has since been analysed by self-appointed UFO expert and conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring.
Mr Waring runs the blog UFO Sightings Daily where he shares photos, video clips and other claims of alien phenomena on Earth.
And although most of his discoveries can be explained or debunked through non-extraterrestrial means, the UFO hunter is convinced this is the real deal.
He said: “I have to admit, at first I thought this was fake, but it’s not.
“As I watched on, I realized the people there were seriously trying hard to focus the camera on the hillside.
“Even stopping to take a moment to adjust the lens looking down, then back at the UFO on the hilltop.
“The conversation is in Spanish, but you can hear the seriousness in the tone.
“This is real. This is absolutely amazing and I wish we had more footage of it.”
This is real. This is absolutely amazing
Scott C Waring, UFO Sightings Daily
Mr Waring went on to say there have been more than 50 UFO reports across Mexico in the last decade.
And this particular video, he said, is “the best close up I have ever seen of one”.
He believes this serves as evidence ET visitors are here and are watching us.
Mr Waring described the Mexican UFO as a “classical disc shape” with a metallic body and hump in the middle.
He said: “This made my day. This is 100 percent proof of an ancient intelligent species living in Mexico.
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“Probably waiting for the ground to open up so it could go to an underground base four to six kilometres below the surface.”
But there is no real evidence to back this claim and the circumstances of the video’s publishing raise questions about its validity.
The video was shared to YouTube by a channel based in the Philippines, which appears to share random content designed to generate video views.
And according to popular UFO hoax debunker Scott Brando, UFO sightings like this are often forged in a bid to generate revenue online.
Mr Brando runs the website ufoofinterest.org where he explained UFO hoaxes exploit YouTube’s Partner Program to monetise videos for ad money.
Many of these videos are GCI forgeries or wild misinterpretation of NASA photos and videos from members of the public.
Similar claims have been put forward by blogger Constantine who runs the website UFO Theatre.
Despite believing aliens are real and visiting Earth, the blogger said: “UFOlogy is currently bogged down in capitalist greed.
“While there are millions of online viewers and readers seeking the latest bit of insight and information, a growing army of hoaxers and opportunists has risen to take advantage of that interest.
“What they can’t create themselves they steal from others, and promote by spamming social media like Reddit, Facebook and Twitter.”
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