KEY POINTS

  • A live camera captured a mysterious object flying near a volcano in Mexico
  • The Colima Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Mexico
  • A UFO expert believes the object was an alien vessel

A live camera was able to capture a bright mysterious object flying around an active volcano in Mexico. According to a UFO expert, the strange object might be an alien vessel.

The original footage of the mysterious object was captured by a live camera placed in front of the Colima Volcano. The camera was placed by a local government agency to monitor volcanic activity since Colima Volcano is often regarded as one of the most active volcanoes in Mexico and North America.

In fact, since 1576, the volcano has already erupted over 40 times. One of its most violent eruptions occurred in 1913. Its latest eruption happened on Jan. 18, 2017 and spewed volcanic ash over 13,000 feet above the crater.

On Dec. 31, the camera monitoring the volcano captured a strange bright object near its base. A few moments later, the object began to ascend and fly over the volcano. The object then lands on the other side of the volcano before completely disappearing from the screen.

After watching the video, Scott Waring of the blog ET Data Base claimed that the object was UFO. Based on the video, Waring estimated that it could be about as big as a standard car.

“This raw footage was recorded from the Colima Volcano live cam and shows a glowing disk object moving around, up, over and down the volcano,” Waring wrote on a blog post. “The object looks big, about the size of a car and has a powerful glow to it.”

As noted by Waring, UFOs on Earth are known frequently visit active volcanoes. He believes that these natural features might be hiding underground facilities used by aliens.

Last month, Waring claimed to have spotted a massive alien structure during an eruption of the Popocatepetl Volcano in Central Mexico. The UFO expert said that the structure could be a doorway that leads to an alien base hidden underground.

“I swear this looks like a giant entrance into an underground alien,” he stated. “A base I have been talking about for almost ten years. If so...then we found an easy way to get to that base.”

A file picture of New Zealand's most active volcano, Whakarri (White Island), in the Bay of Plenty, taken in 1999 A file picture of New Zealand's most active volcano, Whakarri (White Island), in the Bay of Plenty, taken in 1999 Photo: AFP / TORSTEN BLACKWOOD