If aliens exist and UFO sightings over the years are to be believed, perhaps our extraterritorial visitors are getting less-camera shy now.
A new video has emerged, showing UFOs flying across the sky over the BBC building in West London.
The 2 minutes 19 second video, posted on YouTube, shows three mysterious white dots whizzing across the sky in triangle formation.
These are soon followed by two similar white dots. All of these disappear behind a cloud.
After the five dots, one large disc-shaped object, supposedly UFO mothership, flashes across the sky and, after a while, disappears behind the cloud.
Seems like, the mothership and its fleet wanted some coverage from the media giant. Instead, they were filmed by the passer-by on camera near the BBC Radio 1 building in Great Portland Street.
“Right - took over a week to get it....but finally managed to get these critters on camera on a clear day, and even get a close-up.”--YouTube user EllasVirgo wrote in text accompanying video
Video attracts mixed opinions
The ‘UFO Mothership and Fleet video’ has created excitement over the web and drawn mixed reactions.
Claiming it to be work of production houses having expertise to produce such convincing works, many have called the footage fake, but some belive that the video is genuine.
For instance, a user named jagerbombparty questioned on YouTube, “Are there any big sci-fi films coming out soon which this is a viral for?”
Doubting the authenticity of the video, he pointed out that when the large UFO goes behind the cloud, “it fades out before it's fully obscured.”
Also, he stated that as the cloud isn’t completely opaque at places, one should see the “UFO when it’s behind the clouds”... “Looks very amatuerish.”
However, another person named Jemimakitty47 said that the video is real. “I don't know why so many think it's fake...the universe is too big for us to be alone, and why is it so impossible to think we'd have visitors from elsewhere?”
Video widely circulated by Virgo
The UFO video was originally uploaded by YouTube user alymc01, but it has been wide circulated by another user EllasVirgo.
In the text accompanying YouTube video uploaded on June 26, Virgo stated, “Right - took over a week to get it....but finally managed to get these critters on camera on a clear day, and even get a close-up.”
Virgo’s YouTube channel is filled with videos related to UFOs and asteroids.
One of his recent videos titled, ‘More Proof NASA is lying about comet elenin’ carries the brief text, reads, “This to me proves that NASA knows more then they are telling. PEOPLE BE PREPARED, SOMETHING NEW IS COMING TOWARDS US. As amazing as it sounds it might even be a UFO.”