It was found that there have been plenty of previous conspiracy theories and hoax news regarding NASA's projects and studies. But a recent speculation about NASA faking their Mars exploration have been coming out after an alleged UFO hunter famed for finding "evidence of alien life" in NASA images taken on Mars claimed that the pictures may have actually been taken on Earth. It was found that there have been plenty of previous conspiracy theories and hoax news regarding NASA's projects and studies. Rather, it is now believed by some UFO enthusiasts that these explorations were filmed on Devon Island in Canada.
Where Did The Speculation Started?
According to Daily Star, Devon Island has been found to be on NASA's radar after they previously admitted how it resembles the Mars surface in more ways than any other place on Earth. A certain high-profile UFO enthusiast has claimed that in most colored photos, 90 percent of time NASA puts it into false color, with a red filter to make the photo look like a red planet. The unnamed UFO hunter has also added that this can actually be considered as a psychological trick to convince the public it really is Mars.
Meanwhile, in one of his statements revealed by Express, Scott C Waring, editor of ufosightingsdaily.com, was said to have emphasized the fact that several NASA images taken by its rovers on the Red Planet. According to him, there is an array of evidence that shows various creatures, including a groundhog, bear, seal, monkey, mouse, crabs and scorpions.
Furthermore, conspiracy theorists was said to have been even more convinced that this incident was no far different the theory that NASA also fake the moon landings. It was found that a lot of internet users have repeatedly pointed to things like shadows and the US flag waving on the moon's surface which can allegedly serve as evidence that Neil Armstrong never did take a giant leap for mankind. Ultimately, UFO enthusiasts think that the 1969 mission was in fact, filmed in the Nevada desert.