Man Captures Strange Video of UFO's Landing on the Moon
Man Captures Strange Video of UFO's Landing on the Moon
Man Captures Strange Video of UFO's Landing on the Moon
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Man Captures Strange Video of UFO's Landing on the Moon

Shared on April 3, 2020 and already amassing hundreds of thousands of views, the video shows what the man filming describes as "hidden activity [...] visible on the Moon".

YouTube user ZeaL was responsible for uploading this video depicting UFO activity that has already been viewed over 350,000 times, but he has admitted that he's not the one behind the camera filming. Apparently, this video has seen itself passed on multiple times before it landed on ZeaL's channel.

I see a lot of channels spreading false information about where this video was captured. Please take note that we were the first to speak with the original uploader of this video and given permission to share it by him.
Youtube @Jean-Michel Tenac

As we trace back the video to its origins, we can find the first appearance of it on YouTube featured on the channel of a user by the name of Jean-Michel Tenac. At the time of posting, he had 0 subscribers but has since seen that number jump up to nearly 2,000. However, despite being the first one to upload the video, it wasn't actually Jean-Michel behind the camera.

Jean states that this video was filmed somewhere from Montréal, France NOT Canada. This footage was given to him by his friend who wishes to remain anonymous. We have asked him to reach out and take full credit but if he decides not to then we will respect that. At the current moment he only wants the video to be known.

According to the anonymous source who filmed the footage:

I regularly film the moon by day, at time of the first and last crescent. I think hidden activity has to be visible on the Moon, it is at that moment the population does not observe it because the first and last crescent makes it more discreet.

The footage, originally captured in the afternoon of March 26, 2020, shows two UFO's flying in close proximity to the Moon before seemingly landing just moments after.

Watch the video above and we'll let you be the judge - could it be real or is it merely a hoax created with the help of video editing software?

By Stacey Williams

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