Many strange sights have been captured on Google Maps cameras and uploaded to the Google Maps feature, from drunken street fights to people in funny costumes.
Sometimes these images are doctored to make people laugh, while other times people get wind of Google cameras coming to their area, so they decide to prank it for the world to see. .
But some footage taken by the cameras is a bit hard to explain, especially those purporting to show UFOs, crop circles, alien crash sites and even alien airbases that can be seen either via Street View or from the air. ‘bird.
Here are five Google Maps images that have UFO conspiracy theorists on high alert, with some taking them as proof of the existence of aliens.
1) Round circle off the coast of Peru
A circular-shaped object spotted on the seabed off the coast of Peru, alongside a series of large geoglyphs constructed by the Nazca people nearly 2,000 years ago. The circle is about 4.2 miles in diameter and lies about 352 miles off the Peruvian coast.
2) Alien crash site in Antarctica
Conspiracy theorists have spotted what appears to be the crash site of a triangular alien spacecraft in Antarctica. The snow around the supposed spacecraft looks bumpy and like something has slipped into it.
3) UFO flying near Area 51, USA
A small gray and white object was seen flying east over Tahoe City, California towards the secret Air Force Base Area 51 in Nevada. Although Area 51 is 300 miles from where the UFO was captured, the area is known for many strange occurrences related to alien conspiracies.
4) Metallic disc in the desert, South Africa
Hidden in the Sterkfontein DMA desert in South Africa is a large metallic disc that truly fits the traditional description of a flying saucer. The object can be seen apparently parked on some bushes in the middle of nowhere, with what looks like a trail of sand behind it.
5) Flying object above the pyramids of Giza, Egypt
The internet is full of conspiracy theories linking aliens to the construction of the pyramids in Egypt, and from time to time aliens are thought to revisit the site of Giza. Although the image is unclear, the oval-shaped object appears to be too large to be a drone and does not have wings like an airplane.