LOAD OF HOT AIR?Alien hunters sent into a frenzy after ‘spotting UFO’ emerging from Hurricane Harvey in NASA satellite footage

LOAD OF HOT AIR?Alien hunters sent into a frenzy after ‘spotting UFO’ emerging from Hurricane Harvey in NASA satellite footage

Some UFO fans are hailing the footage of the extreme weather phenomenon as proof that extraterrestrials live on Earth

ALIEN hunters are getting excited about this huge mysterious sphere which they believe is a UFO emerging from Hurricane Harvey.

NASA satellite footage appears to show what looks like shapes from the extreme weather phenomenon that has devastated parts of the US state of Texas.

 Some UFO fans are hailing the footage of the extreme weather phenomenon as proof of extraterrestrial activity
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Some UFO fans are hailing the footage of the extreme weather phenomenon as proof of extraterrestrial activity

But one conspiracy theorist Tyler Glockner believes the clip is proof that extraterrestrials live on Earth.

He said: “Look at this massive cloud which appears out of nowhere.

“It then takes the shape of a horse shoe. Right after we see a point of light which appears directly in the centre of this horse-shaped cloud.

“I do have to say it does look very anomalous – I’ve never seen something quite like this before.

“As we play it frame by frame it does, at the very least, look like something strange happened here.”

 Some alien enthusiasts believe this is a 'flying saucer'
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Some alien enthusiasts believe this is a ‘flying saucer’

The alien enthusiast then claims the mysterious object vanishes but reappears as “hundreds, if not thousands of lone clouds”.

The video, which was posted on YouTube on Monday has garnered more than 300,000 views.

One viewer commented: “That looks like a flying saucer to me.”

Another added: “You’re on to something here… those clouds just come out of nowhere simultaneously.”

Catastrophic rainfall and heavy winds have caused vast devastation after tropical storm Harvey wreaked havoc across much of the southern US state.

The category four storm struck the state’s central coast on August 25 and is dumping unprecedented levels of rainfall.

 South east Texas was battered by high winds as Harvey made landfall on Friday night
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South east Texas was battered by high winds as Harvey made landfall on Friday night

Completely paralysed by biblical flooding, the cost of the damage in Houston — the fourth largest city in the US — is rocketing to the tens of billions of dollars as the rain continues to fall.

Areas of the city have seen more than 50 inches of rain in a matter of days — more than the average rainfall for an entire year.

Source: The Sun News

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