A UFO enthusiast claims to have captured three unexplained lights slowly landing at a United States Air Force base in Las Vegas.
The bizarre footage – which lasts over 16 minutes – shows three bright orb-like objects hovering above the mountains in Sin City, US.
They appear to move at an agonisingly slow pace which could rule out the plane explanation.
The three objects remain close together as they descend before the clip cuts to a scene of the Las Vegas skyline.
According to the user, the craft can then be seen approaching Nellis Air Force Base, which is situated on the outskirts of Vegas.
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Just before they “touch down”, they appear to scatter across the ground.
The footage was taken on November 15, 2016, but was only shared to YouTube on January 17 this year.
Uploader UFOs Over Vegas explained: “I caught these three coming and I initially thought it was a plane but I stayed with it until I knew for sure.
“It didn’t take long before I realised it wasn’t a plane.
“It was so slow coming towards Las Vegas over the Sunrise mountain and there became a point where I knew they were close to Nellis.
“They approached Nellis very slowly and ended up scattering as they touched down.”
The significant size of the objects is underlined by the uploader claiming he was filming them around 20 miles away.
Despite the distance, the YouTuber claims they “definitely came down inside Nellis Air Force base or right on the perimeter”.
Thousands of people have seen the clip since it was shared, with one user writing: “So amazing! I live in the Las Vegas area and also have experienced witnessing the same thing. It's so ironic I stumbled upon your page.”
Another commented: “I just have to think somehow the military is involved with this activity.”
But a third questioned why no one on the ground saw such bright objects above them.
And a fourth sceptical viewer suggested they were nothing more than drones.”
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