British ufologist snaps photos of 'alien' saucer, believes 'we're not alone'

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This image captured by ufologist John Mooner shows a black flying object which he claims is a UFO over the English countryside in Devon. — John Mooner/Pen News via The New York Post
This image captured by ufologist John Mooner shows a black flying object which he claims is a UFO over the English countryside in Devon. — John Mooner/Pen News via The New York Post

A debate has been ongoing for too long about the reality of extraterrestrial creatures which may have visited Earth with their distinguished aircraft but the authorities in US and Nasa have started a probe into the matter to find evidence about them.

The debate was ignited again by a ufologist from Britain, John Mooner, who believes that "we are not alone", as he corroborates his opinion with the photos he captured.

He captured some images of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) over an English countryside in Devon, which according to his claim was an "alien flying saucer."

Moore told The Mirror: "A glint of light instantly caught my eye as something metallic-looking came out from a cloud."

Mooner, who was claimed to be abducted by aliens previously, noted: "I was completely gobsmacked by what I was seeing," adding that "it was unmistakably a flying saucer with two black rectangular windows on the dome portion of the craft and four black openings along the bottom part of its structure.”

"I was so excited, I continued to monitor the area with the hope of sighting this incredible craft once again," he stated.

This image captured by ufologist John Mooner shows a black flying object which he claims is a UFO over the English countryside in Devon. — John Mooner/Pen News via The New York Post
This image captured by ufologist John Mooner shows a black flying object which he claims is a UFO over the English countryside in Devon. — John Mooner/Pen News via The New York Post

"Then, minutes later, I actually got the chance to see it again when it swiftly shot out from the cloud. This time, however, I only captured the underside of the anomalous saucer craft."

Mooner believed that this sighting was “definitive evidence” that aliens are routinely visiting our planet.

"This is absolutely genuine. The alien presence is real. We are not alone," he stated.

Mooner said that he also "spotted an alien craft at the Torbay airshow this month, surmising aliens must have a base in the English Channel."

He also claimed that aliens "only have good intentions and watch over us."

These are not the first sightings of UFOs as there was a circulating video on the internet last month showing an alleged “alien landing” in Las Vegas and an unknown flying object in the sky at King Charles III’s coronation in May.

Earlier in June, a 16-member panel by Nasa said Wednesday that further as well as better data was required to unravel the mysteries surrounding UFOs, stressing that the currently available data was insufficient to effectively explain the unexplained phenomena in question.

The head of the Pentagon's newly formed All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) has said the "existence of intelligent alien life has not been ruled out but that no sighting had produced evidence of extraterrestrial origins."