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Strange Footage on Google Earth Shows ‘Crashed Flying Saucer’

Is this a proof of UFOs among us?


A video captured by the cameras of Google Earth recently caught the attention of many. As a keen-eyed netizen pointed out, the footage looks like there is a ‘crashed flying saucer’ in the middle of the mountains of Arizona, near New Mexico.

When zoomed-in, the ‘UFO’ appears to be a huge circular object and a white SUV is parked next to it.

Uploaded by Secure Team on YouTube, Tyler, the narrator, claims that the alleged craft is even located in a ‘no-fly’ area.

Secure Team claims that a ‘crashed flying saucer’ can be seen in this Google Earth video taken in Arizona.

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Source: Secure Team

According to Tyler:

“As I said, it could be a crash site, or it could be a testing site.

“What really interests me is not only the military no-fly restriction put on this exact area, but the SECOND no-fly restriction literally placed dead-centre on the location of this object.

“That’s a hell of a lot of military-grade restriction overkill for whatever this thing is.”

You can watch the 15-minute video here:

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The footage has already gained more than 239,000 views since it was uploaded last month. However, the comment section tells us that most viewers aren’t actually convinced.

Browsing the video’s comment section though, it looks like most viewers aren’t convinced.

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YouTube user Joshua Youngblood commented:

“I managed to find this on Google Earth , and took a better look at it, there are some old disintegrating structures nearby and what looks like a solar panel, I would say it’s a water cistern.

“It’s also right in the heart of Swaggart Spring. And it’s not a no fly zone.”

On the other hand, Andrew Hennessey wrote:

“Looks like a semi-inflated tent or even an inflatable white water raft upside down being used like a tent.”

What do you think, folks? Leave a comment below and tell us about it.


Aussie Commentary on Bulls Destroying People in Portugal is Absolutely Hilarious!

Ozzy Man, you’re the best!

Okay, seeing a mad bull rampaging in the streets and ramming people with its horns should be a tragic and horrifying news. You should be staring at the screen aghast as the wild animal went through every person it encounters with his sharp horns, causing multiple injuries along the way.

But when the video includes narration by Ozzy Man, you can bet that the incident will become anything but tragic. It actually becomes downright hilarious!

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China Funeral Home Uses 3D Printing for Damaged Body Parts of Corpses

Apparently, this is a thing now…

In China, it is considered common practice to mend corpses with damaged body parts using wax. Lately, however, a new technology has been introduced in the country.

The Longhua funeral home in Shanghai, China is now using a 3D printer to recreate the damaged body parts of corpses to prepare them for burial. This is being offered to families of deceased individuals who may have died with noticeable facial damage, such as in a vehicular accident or other incidents. With this approach, the deceased person can again look normal or even younger than they did when they were alive.

With the use of 3D printing tech, a damaged nose, for example, can be recreated for a corpse.


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11 of the Riskiest Selfies You Will Ever See

When taking selfies, get out of harm’s way.

While there’s nothing wrong about taking selfies, it’s always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings before striking a pose. Simply put, your safety should always be a priority. No life is ever worth risking just for a good snapshot to upload on Facebook or Instagram.

As you can already tell from this article’s title, the photos you will see below are some of the poorest examples of how to do selfies. If you’re wise, you wouldn’t want to imitate any of these extreme moments since they can have dangerous – even lethal – consequences.

#1. Railway Selfie.

#1. Railway Selfie.

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