Footage has emerged that appears to show a UFO flying over a Ohio military base.
The Ohio UFO Video, which was uploaded to YouTube, was shot by a couple in Dayton, Ohio, as they were watching the sunset from their home.
The ufo video shows a mystery object in the sky, floating in the air with its pointed end facing downwards, along with strange markings along the side of the craft.
The woman, who was filming the ufo on her phone can be heard saying: ‘What the f*** is that?’, before adding: ‘It looks like it’s moving with the clouds.’
Another person in the background says: ‘That’s f***ing crazy.’
Just as the camera zooms in on unusual object, it fades from view and disappears into the clouds.
‘Oh my god, it f****** disappeared,’ another shocked onlooker says.
The Ohio UFO video was sent to Secure Team 10 , who describe themselves as: ‘the research team bringing exposure of the alien phenomenon and those trying to hide it back to the masses!’
Tyler Glockner can be heard commenting on the video, calling it ‘mind-blowing’.
He claims that it is the third sighting of the same object by ‘three separate sources’ and has video footage that was shot in the same area.
‘It’s the same UFO. I am simply amazed, we have someone corroborating this sighting,’ he says
At the end of video, Glockner adds: ‘There is no doubt in my mind this is either an alien craft or a very very strange drone – which I highly doubt.’
He also suggests that the object could be from this planet however calling it a: ‘A back engineered alien craft that’s being tested by some black project over at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.’
The Ohio UFO video was filmed last Wednesday near the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base which is ten miles from Dayton.
The base has been subject of numerous tales about UFO’s and aliens since 1947.
Between 1947 and 1969, the Air Force recorded 12,618 sightings of strange phenomena – with 701 of them classed as ‘unidentified’.
The sightings were recorded in Project Blue Book, the Air Force’s files on UFO sightings and investigations.
Headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the programme comprised of just a handful of staff.
It came to light in 2015, when amateur historian John Greenewald posted more than 100,000 pages of the documents to his website The Black Vault.
He had spent nearly two decades requesting declassified information from the US government regarding UFOs.
Started in 1952, the project was given a termination order in December 1969 – and all activity under the study ceased in January 1970.