UFO hunters believe they have spotted an ‘underground alien base’ at the controversial Area 51 on newly-released Google Maps.
Eagle-eyed conspiracy theorists have supposedly spotted evidence of a UFO in new Google Maps aerial images. Alien life conspiracy theorist Scott Waring took to his UFO Sightings Daily blog to speculate about the dubious discovery.
He said: “I was using Google Earth map at Area 51, when I came across an underground base.
“This base has three entrances, one large 45ft (18m) by 27ft (9m).
“And two other smaller ones. There are air ventilation pipes coming out of the largest one and two pipes coming out of the top of the hill.”
The UFO hunter believes this only adds to evidence of recent suspicious activity on the airbase.
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He said: “All this was just a few kilometres from where I had discovered a 30m UFO parked on a runway and having a hanger built around it.
“I really am thinking about those tall white aliens Charles Hall said he worked with behind Nellis AFB.
“This is because this is behind Nellis is the same military land.
“And it is behind a firing rage of sorts, where hundreds of bombs were tested underground leaving only crater reminders.
“This could be the Tall Whites’ military entrance to their base.”
Waring added he thinks it is no coincidence the footage was shot so close to America’s most famous top-secret military base Area 51.
Area 51 is a location frequently associated with alien conspiracy theories.
He said earlier this month: “Arizona is a huge bullseye of a hotspot for UFOs.
“With Area 51 in nearby Nevada desert and Nellis Air Force Base also in Nevada, we kinda know where this UFO was headed toward – Nevada.”
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However, the incident is clearly a small cloud and is yet another example of pareidolia, the phenomenon of recognising objects or patterns in otherwise random or unrelated objects.
This is a form of apophenia, a more general term for the human tendency to seek patterns in random information.
US space agency NASA said: “Pareidolia is the psychological phenomenon where people see recognizable shapes in clouds or rocks.
Waring has described an eyewitness statement describing another recent UFO incident.
The witness said: “The August 3 issue of NBC Nightly News caught my attention by describing how the Navajo Indians are fighting a water crisis amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“But after watching this issue I found something else there – a disc-shaped UFO flying by at that very moment when the Indian shaman cried out to the gods.