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Leaked Area 51 footage shows alien craft

Leaked Area 51 footage shows alien craft
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Millions of people in the world love hearing about mysterious creatures out there. Curious folks have been searching for Bigfoot and Nessie the Loch Ness Monster for decades.

Another thing people can't seem to get enough of is the prospect of aliens and UFOs among us. Now, there's some compelling new video that might just spark your interest.

Are alien spacecraft flying above?

Probably the most well-known alien conspiracy happened back in the 1940s. In 1947, there were several reports of an alien aircraft crashing in Roswell, New Mexico. After years of speculation and investigation, the U.S. government said that what people actually witnessed was a crashed nuclear test surveillance balloon. To this day some still believe it was an alien aircraft.

Another hotbed for alien activity is Area 51. This is a highly classified area near Edwards Air Force Base in Nevada. Conspiracy theorists have believed for years that the U.S. military is using Area 51 to conduct tests on captured aliens and their spacecraft.

Now, UFO hunters at Secure Team 10 have released footage that they claim is proof an alien spacecraft is being hidden there by the military. The video is grainy and is believed to have been captured in the 1980s or early 1990s.

The following video is a bit long, with an extended summation by the narrator. If you just want to see the footage of the alleged UFO, it's shown throughout the first four minutes.

What do you think, are you a believer? The jury is still out on whether aliens are among us, but it's always fun to listen to the speculation.

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