Facts About 'Tiny Alien' Visited Bolivian City after UFO Sighting
|Facts About 'Tiny Alien' Visited Bolivian City after UFO Sighting|
Tiny alien was approximately 30 centimetres tall
A tiny alien startled residents living in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz, after a paying an unexpected visit, local media reports.
According to the eyewitness who saw the bizarre event, the space visitor climbed out of its UFO and strolled down streets in the Monteagudo neighborhood of the city. The eyewitness also made it clear that the alien was just 30 centimeters tall. Later, the alleged alien returned to the spaceship and the UFO vanished in the skies.
A UFO made its appearance in the skies before the alien sighting, EI Tribuno newspaper notes. "As the object entered the sky, there was a crash, like thunder. Furthermore, the characteristic of this object is as if it were throwing fire," said UFO enthusiast Javier Aliaga, Express reports.
The space visitor reportedly climbed out of its spaceship and strolled down streets in the Monteagudo neighbourhood of the city. The unconfirmed alien was said to resemble a "chupacabra", a mythical folkloric creature, and was approximately 30 centimetres tall.
After its walkabout the alien returned to its space ship and departed for a destination unknown, the eyewitnesses believed.
The only traces that remained of its visit were circles in the grass, from where a UFO took off, they said.
|Tiny alien measuring just 30 centimeters|
UFO sightings around the world
According to the latest statistics, UFO sightings have increased dramatically during the times of the coronavirus pandemic. According to data from National U.F.O. Reporting Center, UFO sightings in the United States have increased from 1,000 to 7,200 over the past year. According to conspiracy theorists, people have started looking up the skies during pandemic times, and it is one of the main reasons behind an increase in UFO sightings.
It was on last year that the Pentagon released three UFO videos that showed alleged space vessels screeching across the skies at a mindblowing speed. Earlier, US Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher had also revealed that these UFO videos are real. However, he made it clear that these videos were not supposed to be released in the first place.
On April 12, US Navy destroyer captured night-vision footage of mysterious objects flying above it . The footage captured by the Aerial Phenomena Task Force was identified after it was reportedly leaked to filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, the maker of the documentary Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers, and KLAS TV news director George Knapp, the Sun reported. Last April 2020, the US naval forces released at least three footages where they sighted “suspicious” UFO-like aircraft which they described as “flying faster than the speed of sound.”
The sightings have caused a stir as the US military was also concerned if these unexplained UAPs might be secret aircraft or weapons developed by other nations and intruded aerospace. There have been a lot more “unidentified aerial phenomena” such as UFO-like sightings than have been made public, Ratcliffe told Fox. Such objects [UFO-like] have been seen by US Navy or US Air Force pilots, or have been picked up by satellite imagery, the director of national intelligence said. A UAP-UFO phenomenon was reported on March 4, 2019, by F/A-18 US fighter pilot and his weapons systems officer, or WSO.
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