Huge Independence Day UFO mothership was recorded over Malaysia. This mysterious craft appeared out of nowhere and dazed everyone.
Terrified villagers watched in horror as the glowing “alien” warcraft swooped down on the village near Kuala Krai.
And one horrified woman can be heard screaming in the footage as the monster UFO even doubles back for a second glimpse at human life before zipping off into out of space.
The craft appears similar to that from the hit Hollywood movie Independence Day, which saw its sequel Resurgence released in June.
The bizarre clip was shared online by a local blogger who has remained anonymous out of fear of upsetting the police.
And he has declared aliens are here and it is “real”.
He said: “They say they’re in no doubt that it was aliens.
“There’s no doubt what you see on the video.
“Everybody who saw the ship is convinced by what it is.”
Confused onlookers can be heard questioning what is happening as the humming ship descends on the village.
The writer added: “It’s such a remote location that they hardly see airplanes there, definitely not space ships.
“But there’s a big difference and anyone can tell the difference.
“Some people say the clip has been edited and faked but it looks real. It’s clearly not a military aircraft or a commercial airliner.
“You cannot ever be 100% sure but if it is genuine, it is the best video of a real UFO ever seen.”
This comes just days after a NASA scientist sensationally admitted aliens “exist” and we are going to find them in the next 10 years.
But it looks like we could “meet” them sooner.
And this isn’t the first time the spaceships have been caught red-handed on camera.
Two UFOs were spotted “monitoring” NASA and a massive glowing red light was seen hovering over Paris.
British UFO expert Russel Kellett said that on “first glance” the video of the UFO was “very good”.
He added: “This is certainly a very good video but without studying it in detail with electronic imaging it is hard to be 100% sure.
“It’s a really flat video like the kind that are made on mobile phones and stored sim cards or in the phone’s memory.
“We get a lot of fakes these days because of the internet but from first glance, this is certainly very good one way or the other.
“I’ve seen thousands of clips and in an ideal world we would carry out tests on the master tape to verify it.
“Without examining the original footage in depth it’s hard to be sure that it’s genuine.”
But Kuala Krai police chief Supt Abdullah Roning has dismissed the claims it is a UFO.
He said there have been no reports of a UFO sighting.
The cop added: “The video was circulated by certain parties.”
This comes as Russia has been accused of covering up aliens trying to contact humans on Earth.