Google Earth video uncovers possible flying saucer crash site in Arizona

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Douglas, AZ - At last, Google Earth cameras may have finally found evidence of visitors from another planet!

Yeah, seriously!

Some viewers believe this Google Earth footage of a remote spot in the Arizona mountains shows a crashed flying saucer, with a White SUV parked right beside it.

Well, no one can really explain how the SUV got there, but the round saucer structure appears to be something from out of this world.

Some believe this could be a crash site or even a top secret test site since it's in such a remote area in the middle of nowhere, near the Mexico and New Mexico borders.

Some even say the area is a no-fly zone.

But skeptics say the structure could just be a cistern for water or a solar panel.

Still, the unexplained evidence could mean one thing: the truth is out there.

And to think, all we had to do was Google it!

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