Almost everyday UFO followers have read how someone driving on a lonely road spots a flying object being swallowed up by a mothership. Usually the videos associated with account are blurry and hard to make out.
But a man driving in Santa Clarita, California has a clear video of a flying craft and what happened to it when a mothership suddenly appeared out of nowhere. The much larger ship grabs the smaller craft out of the air and then both ships are snapped from view.
The 40 second video is astoundingly clear and viewers can easily see everything that happens.
The sound is also clear and people can hear the witness as he shows his terror as he runs out of his car grabbing his jangling keys. How could this man be the only witness to such an event? Could this actually be a real flying saucer?
Well, actually, nothing about the video is real. Everything was created by Hollywood animator/director Aristomenis Tsirbas.
According to the New York Daily News, Tsirbas spent four months creating the clip. The full video including the car, the sky, and scenery is computer generated.
The director stated of the video, "Everybody assumes the background and car are real, and that the UFOs are probably fake, especially the over-the-top mothership at the end.
"The general reaction is disbelief, so I usually have to prove it by showing a wire frame of the entire shot to prove that nothing is real."
Tsirbas had lots of help creating the clip. He worked with students from the Gnomon School of Visual Effects to create the hoax.
If anything, the video proves how experts in this field of technology can make the unreal seem very real. The 45-year-old director also showed his artistic talent in such notable movies like Titanic, Hellboy, and Star Trek.
Without creative and talented envisionaries like Tsirbas movies and television could never be as fantastic, enthralling, realistic, and exciting as they are now.
Here's Tsirbas' video of the UFO and mothership and see why it has taken the web by storm.