Popular conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring has recently released a video apparently taking from Argentina that shows a black ring-shaped UFO hovering in the skies. Interestingly the video was captured in broad daylight, and the visuals of the incident literally resembled scenes from Hollywood sci-fi flicks.
In his website post, Scott C Waring revealed that the video was sent to him via mail by an Argentinian resident. After analysing the video, Waring claimed that the manoeuvres of this UFO in the skies indicate that it is not a balloon floating in the air.
"The video shows the black ring moving like a disk...which is strange. Had this been a balloon it would be flipping like a wheel end over end. This one seems to stay flat, unlike any balloon I have ever seen," wrote Waring on his website ET Data Base.
Waring also added that aliens and UFO use a certain kind of aura to reveal their presence to certain human beings. As per Waring, people will get a particular sensation when UFOs come near them, and this usually happens during almost all alien craft sightings.
"When a UFO is nearby, people and animals sense its presence. I mean often they have an emotional aura that either pushes a person to look up and see it, or even make you relax almost in a trance meditative state. You have to see one first hand and feel it to know what I'm saying. Not all UFOs have this aura, but many do," added Waring.
Even though conspiracy theorists consider this sighting an authentic proof of alien existence, experts have dismissed these claims stating that this UFO could be actually a drone.
It should be noted that popular actor Dan Aykroyd had shared a similar experience in the past. The actor had revealed that in 1981, he woke up in the middle of the night after getting a sensation that something is waiting outside to see him. However, his wife convinced him to go back to sleep, but when he awoke in the morning, he saw news stating that several thousands of people felt the same urge in the night time, while many also witnessed a several-mile-high spiralling pink vortex.