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Mar 18, 2017 01:15 PM EDT

UFO Hunter Cries For Help After Learning That CIA Moles Try To Debunk His ‘Mars Anomaly’ Expose

Another International Space Station (ISS) video capture of Mars' surface is under the scrutiny of UFO hunters after an alien researcher spotted a weird looking debris which later has been identified as an alien of insect similarities. Although the screenshots cannot be disclosed as real alien considering that it also looks like a rock formation.

According to Express UK, the findings has been posted to YouTube by Streetcap1 and has garnered enough attention affirming his observation. However, the Scottish UFO hunter is worried after finding out that CIA Moles are trying to debunk his story.

These CIA Moles whom the UFO Hunter believes to be in disguise as UFO Debunkers claim that the images are results of a phenomenon called pareidolia, a psychological phenomenon involving a stimulus wherein the mind perceives a familiar pattern of something where none exists. They went further stating that the ISS video just captured a lens reflection.

However, the UFO Hunter said that these UFO debunkers should not be trusted because they are an extremely fishy bunch. He added that one of his friends who challenged the debunkers in one of the blocked websites got a denial of service within 24 hours. Thus, they must be working for either CIA or NSA.

Meanwhile, according to UFO Sightings Daily, UFO Hunter Streetcap1's Mars Anomalies are true and even made a thorough adjustment of the image to show how it actually looked like in close up. The alien debris possibly fell down from a hill or mountainous portion of Mars and it remained intact maybe because their DNA-strands did not break in space atmosphere.

Scott C. Waring of UFO Sightings Daily added that this is an important part of studying the diverse possibilities within the vast universe. Thus, the UFO Hunter's claim should not be discredited since it does not only contributes to the discovery of life in space, it even stands as a proof for it.


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