A Montana man claimed to have proof of alien life after allegedly capturing two UFOs on camera.
The images, taken by Dr. Richard O’Connor on Nov. 4, appeared to show two UFOs — specifically two smooth, cylindrical objects — moving through the sky at a high speed (pictures below).
“Basically what you see is a very symmetrical, smooth and reflective surface that appears to have his own light source,” O’Connor told the Great Falls Tribune.
“In my opinion, even a hardened skeptic would say ‘Wow, that is what I expect a UFO would look like,’” he added.
O’Connor, a 60-year-old retired anesthesiologist, said he has no idea how to digitally manipulate photos on his computer and insisted that the photos aren’t fake — despite what skeptics said.
The photos were sent to a photo analyst, who said they were “real, but remain a mystery.”
“I suspect the lights in the first and last photos are sun reflections off of something rather than any propulsion system,” the analyst wrote, according to the Tribune. A second analyst insisted that the photos were “100 percent fake.”
“If I am subject to criticism to get to the bottom of this, then I guess it’s part of the deal,” O’Connor said.
“I am interested in the truth,” he said.
Sources: NY Daily News, Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune via Detroit Free Press / Photo credit: NY Daily News, Phil Drake/Tribune Phot