UFO hunter says spaceship 'too big to move' is being stored under major landmark
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A UFO hunter has claimed that there’s a huge spaceship stashed underneath a major landmark somewhere in the world, because it’s ‘too big to move’.
So, the idea is that - completely unbeknownst to us - there a massive alien spacecraft somewhere among us, in a place that people might know and recognise.
However, it can’t be moved because it’s huge.
Sound likely to you?
Well, let’s hear him out, shall we?
Ross Coulthart is a bit of a UFO expert, and he’s been speaking to the Project Unity YouTube channel, where he explained: “Some of these objects are not capable of being moved because they’re too bloody big.”
The ‘non human’ spacecraft is currently being hidden beneath a purpose built structure, according to Coulthart, and the author - who has written a book called In Plain Sight - added: “I know exactly where it is. I thought it was b*****ks when I heard it, too.”
Obviously, the idea of a huge spaceship being hidden away somewhere in the world has caused a bit of a commotion in the UFO hunter community, with people desperate to find out where it is.
What are the theories, then?
Well, some seem to believe that it’s in South Korea, whereas others think it’s likely to be in an air defence facility.
Coulthart has a bit of previous for this sort of thing, having made a couple of headlines earlier in the year following an interview with a whistleblower who claims that the US military has several crashed spacecraft, even alien bodies as well.
Yikes, that’s huge news if true.
David Grusch’s claims are being taken very seriously, too.
In fact, there’s a US government hearing into them which could take place in a matter of weeks.
Coulthart has also recently claimed that there are videos of ‘spherical’ UFOs flying right alongside US military jets on training, as well as claiming that they’ve been seen above ‘nuclear sites, military installations all across the continental United States and indeed in the Middle East’.
These things, if you want to get technical, are known as UAPs, or unidentified aerial phenomena.
Coulthart made these claims after four objects were spotted in the sky, although one turned out to be that Chinese spy balloon.
Talking to Sky News, Coulthart explained why he believes that the footage isn’t being made public.
He said: "I’ve interviewed pilots from the east and west coast of the United States that have been on training exercises where they’ve literally looked across from the cockpit of their aircraft and they’ve seen spherical objects off their right wing.
"They’ve video them and given them to their commanders and those videos are still being kept confidential.”
The truth is out there, folks.