Unidentified flying objects, also known as UFOs, are nothing new. In fact, the first well-known UFO sighting that put conspiracy theories on the map happened in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. Nearly 70 years later, America is still fascinated by the idea of UFOs and alien life.
But let's face facts. You either believe that aliens from other planets are piloting UFOs, or you think UFO believers are a bit crazy.
Maybe you'll become a believer after watching a video filmed by a woman about 10 miles away from the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
The video was sent to a group known as Secure Team 10, an alien research team, who then posted it to their YouTube channel where the footage went viral. Watch the video below and let us know what you think by posting in the comments section below.
Video Warning: Harsh language is used.
According to Tyler, the Secure Team 10 team member narrating the video, there's a very good chance the aircraft was alien, or, at best, a "very, very strange drone." Tyler also noted that Secure Team 10 received other photos of the craft from three other sources including video captured in the same vicinity.
The sightings have been added to The Black Vault, a collection of every recorded UFO sighting, cataloged and searchable for alien and UFO research. However, it might be years until we get any real answers. The CIA didn't release information on UFOs that were spotted as far back as the 1970s until January of this year.