UFO Investigator Claims ‘Mining Complex’ Found on the Moon
A UFO investigator claims to have stumbled across possible proof that buildings have been developed on the moon.
The YouTuber, who makes paranormal videos under the name of Streetcap 1, is convinced he could have even found a mining complex established on the lunar surface.
Like many other alien chasers, he monitors videos and images released by NASA and other space agencies of the moon, Mars and International Space Station, looking for anomalies and evidence of alien life.
Videos of his findings are then uploaded to his YouTube channel.
In the latest video, he draws viewers’ attention to some white objects.
He says in the video: “Can you see those buildings – they are in Tycho Crater on the moon.
“That’s quite amazing isn’t it?
“Can you see how they are all interconnected – possibly a mining complex.
“I mean why else would you go to the moon?
“That looks pretty great to me, actually a really good find, if I say so myself.
“Isn’t that great, I love it, I love doing this.”
Many viewers of the conspiracy theory video were convinced he was onto something.
One said: “It has to be a much larger complex – even with that short clip I can see lots of out lying buildings.”
Rebecca Turner said: “Now that’s definitely buildings with pipes connecting them.
“This cant be anything else! this is awesome! and to me mindblowing evidence of mining or something?”
Kristin Bacon said: “No one can say that doesn’t look like a mining complex of some sort.
“I would love to go to the moon and look around.”
Another said: “There’s so much up there you can even see a track going to and from other places on the moon.
“Mental how the establishment keep there mouth shut about this when it’s clear as day we are not alone.”
Streetcap1 did not comment on whether he thought it was an alien or human-made complex.
Clint Steel, cast doubt on the claims. He said: “I do believe there are structures on the moon but what I think is happening here is pixelization of some kind with any white patches on the surface.
“The pixelization is even subtly there on the darker areas. Can you show us a white patch that doesn’t pixelate like this?”
However, sceptics say this and other similar “discoveries” are just the effects of pareidolia – a phenomenon when the brain tricks they eyes into seeing familiar objects or faces in textures and patterns like clouds or rock surfaces.
Scott Brando, who runs debunking website ufoofinterest.org, has looked at images that it has been claimed show buildings in the Tycho Crater, and said the white areas were just natural parts of the lunar surface.
He said: “I see no mystery here.”