ALIEN ABDUCTION ON GOOGLE EARTH: New evidence of infamous incident is a GAME CHANGER

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UFO hunter John Mooner, from Torquay, Devon claimed he relived the alleged galactic kidnap after finding it on the online system.

He claims the moment he was “punched in the face by an alien” before the abduction, was caught by a satellite camera and can now be seen by all on the Google website.

He said he found the incident recorded on Google Earth after trying to locate the area of “the attack”.

He told the Torquay Herald: “The satellite image clearly shows me trying to fight off the grey alien by punching it in the face.

“The satellite has captured a real alien abduction taking place. The shocking thing about this was that it’s me being abducted by a grey alien and the satellite image clearly shows me trying to fight off the grey alien by punching it in the face.”

He added: “Looking at the image it appears that the alien has blocked my punch and has grabbed my fist and must have been able to subdue me.”

But, now other UFO truth seekers have come forward with evidence that casts major doubt over the story.

Scott Brando, is an Italian forensic UFO investigator who looks at so-called images and video of alleged aliencrafts.

He runs the hoax-busting website ufoofinterest.org and claims there has never been an inexplicable picture or video taken of a UFO.

Mr Brando said the alleged abduction caught on camera by Google was actually just the reflection of sunlight from conservatory windows.

He said: “The alleged UFOs are just a glass structure reflecting the Sun.”

He even provided close-up images of the conservatory responsible.

He tweeted: “Folks! This is not an alien abduction as someone is telling. The lights and the alleged #UFOs are just glass structures reflecting the Sun.”

It is not the first time Mr Brando has debunked Mr Mooner’s claims.

In January, Mr Mooner claimed to have snapped a disc UFO with a contrail over Devon.

But, Mr Brando provided evidence it was just an out of focus plane.



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