A strange UFO video uploaded to YouTube claims to be evidence of an initial attempt at alien reverse engineering and the prototype maker is asking for $30 million to finish the job.
The one minute video, set to moody music, shows a hovering, saucer-shaped disc taking off in a remote, industrial area.
As it gains speed and altitude it spins several times, giving the camera a good look at its hull and landing gear rolling up.
It then picks up speed as it flies away, suddenly disappearing into a low flying cloud bank.
It certainly looks real, but just "alien" to make it seem as though it's an aircraft beyond present, well-known engineering standards.
If it's a computer generated UFO, it's a very good rendering.
It's also possible that it's a real object, piloted by remote control, but not very likely.
Either way it's a very clever way to appeal for funds.
Which is exactly what the YouTuber, someone named muraturile, does in the description.
Claiming to somehow know all about alien technology, he makes a plea for "20-30 millions USD for components."
Will anyone donate? It's not likely.
But it is one of the most original approaches to this kind of video ever posted to the web.
Here it is:
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