UFO caught investigating volcano as it erupts according to conspiracy theorists

A video shows a weird light alleged to be a UFO flying close to a volcano while it was erupting.

In the clip, which went viral on Reddit on Sunday (October 3) the Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain’s La Palma is violently exploding and setting lava shooting into the sky.

A dot of bright and white-hued light then appears in the right-hand frame and zips across the screen.

It then appears to turn around midair and back towards the volcano for another fly by.

The footage has been watched more than 1,000 times and the caption claims it was recorded on September 30.



The Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain’s island of La Palma erupts

It’s proven to be a bit of a head-scratcher, with some people reckoning it might be a bird and others convinced it’s got a supernatural explanation.

Many viewers suggested it was merely a human-operated drone and had nothing to do with aliens but others reckoned extraterrestrials could be “studying” the eruption or using it for fuel.

One user said: “Drones? That or aliens really want that epic volcano shot.”

A second viewer joked: “Alien study Volcano. Alien smart.”

Someone else commented: “Does anyone have any information on these?



The strange light appeared to move near the volcano
The strange light appeared to move near the volcano

“Could they be somehow absorbing the energy from the eruptions by flying near them?”

Another person claimed the footage couldn’t show a “simple drone” because the “heat would melt it” and the volcano’s “huge magnetic field” would interfere with its remote control signal.

“It appears to bank as it slows down/turns also, suggesting it’s flying aerodynamically,” mused a viewer.

This comes after a spooky black ring was spotted floating across the sky leaving people terrified they were about to be abducted by aliens.

And a woman claims she is being stalked by an alien that stuck “chopsticks in her ovaries” and subjected her to horrifying tests.

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