Academy Award-winning actor Russell Crowe has captured a UFO on camera. The movie star had a time-lapse camera set up in his office in Sydney, Australia. Crowe posted the video on his Twitter page this week and the news has gone viral.
The video is actually three time-lapse photos. Crowe claims that he set up the camera to capture fruit bats that were appearing outside of his office. He insists that the photos were not altered or edited in any way. The actor posted the video on Youtube on March 6 and most of the viewers are shooting it down. Crowe believes it is the real deal and continues to defend his footage.
One person believes that the strange lights caught on camera could be a lens flare. "No flash, can't be a lens flare because it moves, camera is fixed." Crowe posts on his Youtube account, defending the photos.
Someone posted that the lights belong to a yacht. "It can't be a yacht, would have to be traveling 80 kph (50 mph) to cover that distance in 4.5 seconds." Crowe replied to the Youtuber.
Did Russell Crowe capture proof-positive evidence of a UFO or is it light just reflecting off of the window? Some people think the actor is up to some sort of crazy publicity stunt to get attention.
Watch Russell Crowe's UFO video here.
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