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Mystery Object Spotted on Google Moon [VIDEO]

This really is one of the stranger things I’ve seen in awhile from the weirdos in the UFO community and let me add, I’m one of those weirdos. This image is taken from Google Moon and appears to be some sort of craft or possibly a base. You can actually go and check this out for yourself on Google Moon by typing in these coordinates 22°42’38.46″N 142°34’44.52″E. According to Turner Radio Network it’s about the size of Chicago and sits in a large crater.

To hear an audio interview with a man that claims to have worked as a consultant for the NSA and NASA, click here.

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