UFO sightings are some of the most mysterious phenomenon – and the most discussed. From blurry, early twentieth century photos to the legitimization of the aircraft by the Department of Defense, UFOs have a cult-like following. There have been entire books, movies and experts dedicated to unearthing these mysteries. Most recently, witnesses saw a sleek, UFO-like structure being hauled toward a military base. And everyone is losing their minds.
According to the Telegraph Star, the mysterious object first appeared on TikTok. The video shows the dark piece of metal on a flatbed truck being hauled toward an Air Force base in California.
Additionally, internet detective Ruben Hofs came across the video and studied it.
“Coincidentally, this morning I stumbled upon a very interesting TikTok video of an unknown shape on a flatbed trailer,” he posted on Twitter.
He added more of his findings.
“The scaffolding in the background got my interest and this appears to be the Helendale Radar Cross Section Facility. Also, this does not seem to resemble the so-called polecap used for calibration purposes.”
Further, despite the odd structure resembling parts of a UFO, some viewers thought it could be a prototype for the new B-21 Stealth Bombers the Air Force recently announced.
“Looks like a supersonic combat drone model, or another type of stealth combat drone,” one viewer wrote.
However, others disagreed.
“Looks a bit alien to me,” another viewer suggested.
Wherever the structure arrived from, we hope it comes in peace!
Mysterious UFO Sightings
UFO sightings date back decades. From the explainable sightings to footage that’ll leave you scratching your head, it’s a topic of much debate.
Recently, UFO sightings have occurred all across the United States. In one instance, there appeared to be a UFO in the background of a live NASA broadcast of the Space Station.
Another strange experience includes people witnessing dotted lights in the sky. From Maryland to California, groups of people saw glowing orbs in the sky.
“I had half a bottle of wine in me and thought I was imagining it. I’m glad someone was sharing my hallucination,” one witness in West Virginia says on Twitter.
Another witness from California agreed:
“I saw about 30 of these traveling slowly in a single-file line…then vanishing within a couple of seconds. That orange glow is so distinctive.”
Further, these phenomena seem to be validated by the highest-ranking government officials. This includes former President Barack Obama. He confirmed UFO footage in an interview on “The Late, Late Show.”
“What is true, and I’m actually being serious here, is that there are, there’s footage and records of objects in the skies, that we don’t know exactly what they are. We can’t explain how they moved, their trajectory. They did not have an easily explainable pattern,” Obama said.