A former US Marine believes the cigar-shaped UFOs that have been spotted across the country in recent months could be something “beyond a classified military programme”.
The mysterious objects – which often appear long, thin and shaped like a snake – first came to light back in June when a YouTuber spotted a strange light above the Mojave Desert in California.
Soon, UFO hunters flooded the internet with their own videos of the strange “crafts”, from one being spotted during a meteor shower in Wyoming to another apparently “moving like it was alive” over New York.
Nick Karnaze, an ex-United States Marine Corps soldier who served in Afghanistan as an Intel Officer, has now told this site that the objects have been seen across the Earth.
Nick recently travelled around the world with other investigators on a mission to collect evidence to prove aliens have been in contact with Earth.
Speaking exclusively with Daily Star Online, Nick said: “It’s interesting because if we’re assuming that this could be a potentially classified government programme you’d expect it to be that those types of objects are restricted to certain areas.
“But now that we have reports from various countries across the globe of witnesses seeing similar objects.
“For me, it indicates something potentially beyond a classified programme because, again, in the military community you’re only going to be testing those classified programmes in certain areas.”
He added: “If you’re deploying that technology, you’re going to be very careful on where you’re going to be deploying it to.
“The odds of you deploying that to a random country outside any open war zones or any present threat to the United States, to me, it would be very unusual.”
When asked what he thought the strange objects could be, Nick admitted he “can only classify them as an Unidentified Flying Object or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon”.
“Ruling out classified military programs, it really allows one’s imagination to run wild with what these objects could be,” he added.
Watch Nick’s investigation unfold during Contact, which is available to view on Discovery Go.