A British ufologist believes new photos of a foreign airborne object are among growing evidence that “we are not alone.”
John Mooner snapped eerie images Monday of an unidentified flying object hovering over an English countryside in Devon that he claimed was an “alien flying saucer.”
“A glint of light instantly caught my eye as something metallic-looking came out from a cloud,” Mooner told The Mirror.
He reported the bizarre object had a “force field emanating around it,” quickly capturing some pictures with his Nikon P900 digital camera.
“I was completely gobsmacked by what I was seeing,” continued Mooner, who previously claimed to have been abducted by aliens.
He added: “It was unmistakably a flying saucer with two black rectangular windows on the dome portion of the craft and four black openings along the bottom part of its structure.”
Upon closer inspection, the blurry object — which Mooner claimed sped off in the clouds at 1,000 miles per hour — could vaguely resemble a Hollywood-esque sci-fi spacecraft.
“I was so excited, I continued to monitor the area with the hope of sighting this incredible craft once again,” he said. “Then, minutes later, I actually got the chance to see it again when it swiftly shot out from the cloud.”
He noted: “This time, however, I only captured the underside of the anomalous saucer craft.”
This so-called sighting is “definitive evidence” for Mooner that aliens are routinely visiting our planet.
“This is absolutely genuine. The alien presence is real. We are not alone,” he added.
Mooner said he also spotted an “alien craft” at the Torbay airshow this month, surmising aliens must have a base in the English Channel.
He believes they “only have good intentions and watch over us.”
This isn’t the first so-called proof that foreign creatures are visiting Earth.
Footage of suspected UFOs continues to emerge every so often — a sighting at a California military base last month, an alleged “alien landing” in Las Vegas and an unexplained object in the sky at King Charles III’s coronation in May.