“Real Alien” Footage: Alien Proof or Dark Web Hoax?

Last updated on November 9, 2017

A known hoax from 2008 republished recently on a well-known YouTube channel. This is why nobody takes us seriously.

“Real Alien” Footage: Alien Proof or Dark Web Hoax?

Again we have another situation where the UFO community, in its desire to provide the ultimate proof, ignores known and existing hoaxes to recirculate them as truth.

Trust me, folks, I believe. But damn, I swear there’s nothing realistic about this video AT ALL. It was supposedly filmed in 1992 in Eiger, Switzerland. The video allegedly shows a relatively stereotypical alien body.

In one scene, the body is being held up by some type of wire and in another scene, a scientist of some sort appears to be examining the body.

So here’s the crazy part… The footage is a known hoax from 2008. So why in the world would one of the most popular YouTube UFO channels be posting it as if it’s new and real?

Perhaps there’s a desire to provide the ultimate proof, perhaps it’s just for the ad revenue. Who knows for sure. But what I do know is that this shit has got to stop. Seriously.

Watch this video… and tell me if you think there’s anything legit about it:

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Like many hoax videos, the source has now been taken down. This is a good thing because it means that it’s one less hoax floating around out there giving UFO researchers a bad name.

This is the kind of stuff that really irks me. First of all, it’s not a very good fake. Second, it’s now pretty simple to say that everything on the UFO Today channel on YouTube (I’m not even linking to it) is utter garbage.

The limited number of ufologists out there don’t have time to be wasting debunking obvious hoaxes. And we’re better than that anyway. So just stop it already.

7 thoughts on ““Real Alien” Footage: Alien Proof or Dark Web Hoax?”

  1. I think people want so badly to have proof of aliens they believe stuff like this to feel accepted… I never had the problem I know what I know and don’t need acceptance from any outside sources…lol

    1. Fake gets the website traffic & resulting ad revenue. Many of these websites exist just for that purpose. Fake stuff like this brings more traffic than real unexplained sightings so it’s profitable for folks to keep creating fake material and posting it.

    2. Alien UFO Blog don’t get me wrong they’re funny and not a bad watch but it gets on your nerves a bit when you want the genuine thing.
      Maybe it will happen in our life time.
      Makes me think of that film Planet 51.

    3. That’s why I spend a lot of time on my site talking about credibility and saying a fake is a fake. Lots of people very much want to believe and that makes it easy for sites like that to prey on them.

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