Truth About UFO Crash Found On Google Earth

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UFO hunters want to investigate an alleged UFO crash site that can be seen from Google Earth. The truth is here!

Videos and images of a suspected UFO sighting on an island near the Atlantic have caused widespread belief that a UFO has crashed on the remote island.

Using Google Earth to zoom in on South Georgia Island near the South Atlantic, it appears as though a cigar-shaped object has crashed into the mountain and slide across the snow-covered floor.

The images were discovered over the weekend and have quickly been a topic of discussion for alien believers.

It would appear that the currently unidentified object slid across the ground for around 1,000 meters before grinding to a halt.

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Alien news: UFO crash site truth revealed! Image credit: TopGlobalNews.

The mysterious object is within range of the 10,000ft tall mountain called Mount Paget, and some ufologists claim to see damage to the side of the mountain – giving clear evidence that this object was sky born before crashing to earth.

It has often been speculated that the South Atlantic is a secret alien base here on planet earth. So could this be newly found evidence to suggest these claims are true?

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However, Dr. Richard Waller, a professor of physical geography at Keele University, has dismissed claims that this is a UFO crash site.

 

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Reports of a new alien UFO crash site in the Atlantic have been debunked by University professor Dr. Waller.

The geography professor states that this is nothing more than the leftover remains of an avalanche.

He says: “Part of a hanging glacier seems to have collapsed, you can see the avalanche debris at the foot of the mountain slope, and this could be a large block of rock or ice that has traveled further as a result.

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Dr. Waller (left) believes the object is a result of an avalanche.

However, there are those who do not believe his claims. Some state that it is clear evidence of a UFO crash in the South Pole, while others argue that conclusive decisions cannot be made primarily on images from Google Earth.

So, please feel free to leave your own thoughts in a comment below.

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