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A man has turned to TikTok to reveal that he believes 'government' vehicles have been parking outside his house ever since he posted clips which he says show 'evidence' of alien existence:
Brian Daniel also says that he found a man 'investigating' his home and asked: "Did he show up to delete the only true evidence that aliens might actually be living among us?"
Daniel, who uses the TikTok handle @briandanie1 - initially posted a clip on 14 April showing what he claimed was a 'space object' landing on the Florida coast.
Intrigued, Daniel went to investigate the following morning and said that the police had something 'suspicious' in a yellow bag... which was situated on the beach - presumably close to where he believed the 'space object' landed.
Upon arriving home from his fact-finding mission, Daniel found a man - in a suit - at his property. Now he reckons he's been 'under surveillance' ever since.
In one of his recent TikTok videos, Daniel explained: "From the moment my videos exposing the world's first ever seen alien went viral, I have been seeing government vehicles outside my home.
"A couple of weeks ago, I even saw a man investigating my property. Did he show up to delete the only true evidence that aliens might actually be living among us?
"Save and share this video unless the government permanently takes it away."
The recent update was captioned: "I can't believe this is happening," and it has been watched by over 4.3 million people as well as being liked more than 500,000 times.
Replying to the video, one person tried to explain the mysterious alien on the beach, writing: "Did you know they were making a movie and the movie is about an alien found on a beach soo..."
Not up for believing any of it, another replied: "That's just a cover up story."
A third wrote: "I am taking your word and saving this video. Be safe."
And a fourth commented with doubt: "God the things people do to get internet famous hahaha... y'all are crazy if y think this is real."
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