A Google Earth user has added to the popular Area 51 conspiracy theory by discovering what they claim are “hidden entrances” on the side of a mountain.
Area 51 is a United States Air Force facility and one of the most secret military bases in the world – making it a hotbed for wacky theories that government scientists have been dissecting aliens and hoarding ET spacecraft inside there for years.
In the clip, posted on the YouTube channel FindingUFO, a pair of oddly-sharped car parks are seen at the foot of the hill, with one appearing to be an entrance to a tunnel.
Higher up the hill, a road is visible but it comes to a dead end and appears to have vehicles parked in the top of it.
The satellite images allegedly show the same odd features as far back as 2005, but in 1998 the hillside is shown to be devoid of the structures.
Since it was uploaded on Saturday, the conspiracy has been watched more than 4,000 times with believers claiming it it credible evidence of Area 51.
Someone commented: “Okay that was fascinating. Interesting to see an actual time lapse of the sites from the 90’s till present. Quite plain to see they are huge entrances to underground facilities or roads. Our tax dollars at work smh.”
“They don’t care that we know anymore,” said a second person ominously.
However, a more dubious viewer claimed that there is a lot of active mining in the area which might explain the video.
They said: “I know this area fairly well, I’m not 100% sure about these locations specifically but I know there are a ton and I mean a ton of mining companies in this area, all around area 51, especially near Tonopah, NV.
“Lots of copper mines, silver mines, turquoise mines etc. I’m a life long believer in the ufo phenomenon but I wish there was more info on these sites specifically. Like are they on govt. property or is this private owned property?
“There has to be Info out there because I’ve seen these entrances before over the years.”
This comes as another Google Earth sleuth said they had found a “disc” emerge from beneath the ice in Antarctica.