YouTube Screenshot: UFO Institute

Popular conspiracy theory YouTube channel 'UFO Institute' has released an eerie video which has now turned out to be the hottest debating point among conspiracy theorists and alien enthusiasts. The video shows a triangular UFO with bright lights on each of its edges hovering in the night skies.

The conspiracy theory channel reveals that the video was apparently shot from Cleveland, Ohio on August 4, 2018. After hovering over for some time, the giant UFO started moving across the skies in a spooky manner, and at times, the lights of the space vehicle's edges were blinking rhythmatically.

As the video soon went viral, conspiracy theorists started alleging that the object spotted in the skies could be TR-3B, the alleged anti-gravity military craft developed by the US Air Force. There were numerous instances in the past when triangular-shaped crafts were spotted in the skies of the United States, and as per conspiracy theorists, these triangular craft sightings are crucial evidence of TR-3B's existence.

As per conspiracy theorists, TR-3B was developed by the US Air Force during the time of Gulf War in Area 51. These theorists also allege that the US military has used advanced alien technology to build this anti-gravity vehicle.

In the meantime, a section of conspiracy theorists claimed that the eerie object in the video could be an alien mothership. According to these extraterrestrial buffs, aliens have been visiting earth to monitor our activities and added that extraterrestrials are now gearing up for a disclosure.

After watching the video, viewers also put forward various theories to explain this eerie sky sighting.

"Awesome Extraterrestrial Alien UFOs yet again!," commented Rene Cruz, a YouTube user.

"This is an excellent example of the first person experience that only occasionally happens and I now believe only HAPPENS for a reason. What I do is observe the behaviours in a passive way that relies on simplicity. This is the kind of respect during the experience that is needed to achieve their trust," commented Christo Roppolo, a YouTube user.