A worker claims to have recorded breathtaking footage of a UFO tumbling to the earth as a mystery light zoomed through the night sky.
When Conner, of Amarillo, Texas, noticed the streak of light, he was working the night shift at a meatpacking facility.
The 23-year-old felt impelled to capture the lightning storm that was taking place right in front of his eyes.
“I’ve never really recorded the skies or anything,” he said, “but I really felt the need to record that day of the storm.”
Conner said that he had no idea what the streak of light was.
“Best case scenario,” he continued, “it was a meteor, which I’ve never seen.” Then there’s the possibility of an extraterrestrial invasion.”
Ufologists speculated on what the film depicted when he posted it online. It was compared to H.G. Wells’ renowned science fiction novel The War of the Worlds by some. A meteor containing hostile aliens smashes upon the Earth in the novel. Others think Conner witnessed a meteor, but the speed with which it swept across the sky astounded them.
Skeptics, on the other hand, believe the flash was caused by a raindrop catching the light.
Conner, on the other hand, isn’t dismissing any theories, saying, “I do believe in intelligent life in space.”
In recent months, dozens of claimed UFO encounters have been recorded.
Lily Nova of St. Louis, Missouri, made headlines in March when she claimed to see aliens every day after seeing her first UFO during the Covid lockdowns.
She said her first contact with aliens occurred in November 2020, after she took up astrophotography to relieve her confinement boredom.
Nova claims she had everyday extraterrestrial interactions and has seen weird items such as metallic spacecraft and black triangles.
While driving home in September, Symaki Scott of Baltimore, Maryland, claimed to have seen a sequence of brilliant lights floating in the air.
He claimed there were six or seven strikingly orange and circular lights.
Following the viral video’s release, social media users reported seeing similar sightings in places such as Washington, DC, Las Vegas, St. Louis, and Detroit.
After scores of purported encounters by military pilots, Pentagon authorities studied unusual aircraft phenomena last summer.