Is there a UFO visible on Google Maps?
Users on social media are making the claim that Google has inadvertently photographed something unworldly.
A TikTok video lays out the steps you need to perform to get to the unidentified flying object. The video is accompanied by ominous music.
The guide takes you to the Hamilton Parish, which is located near the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo. At that point, you take a right, head to the “Caribbean Exhibit,” and then turn to your left and experience the mystery object in all its magnificence.
Many, though, still don’t seem to be persuaded by the floating dot and don’t seem to be in a rush to call NASA.
The comments lean toward the skeptical as well as being underwhelmed. Someone said it wasn’t exactly E.T.
Another added blithely that it’s a bird and the fuzzy spot is due to the quick flapping of its wings.
Some, though, were left in disbelief after concluding that the indistinct mass may actually be an alien spacecraft.
One user said they first assumed it was a floating leaf, but upon closer inspection they felt it was an alien craft.
Another commenter questioned why the government would remove pictures when strange objects are photographed by accident. It was not made clear where the governments were removing pictures.
Many, though, still don’t seem to be persuaded by the floating dot and don’t seem to be in a rush to call NASA
Over the years. Google Earth has shown a wide variety of strange phenomena. The service gathers imagery from a wide variety of sources, such as low-resolution satellites in geosynchronous orbit, higher-resolution satellites orbiting closer to Earth, and aerial photographs taken by aircraft, kites, drones, and even balloons.
From a graveyard of decommissioned military aircraft to an anthill covered in a polka-dot pattern to enigmatic buildings carved into the Gobi Desert to a ghost island in the South Pacific, Google Earth sheds light on some really bizarre locations.
See them HERE.