A YouTuber who caught UFOs in the video coming out of a hillside nearby his home nearly every night has hit back critics saying they are just car headlights.
Steve Baron of YouTube channel UFOs In THE USA firmly believes that he was recording extraterrestrial activity in the Blue Diamond Hills, which is close to the Nellis U.S. Airforce base in Nevada.
However, skeptics have suggested the so-called UFOs were just headlights of vehicles coming down the hillside.
Willing to prove critics wrong, Barone showed himself in a video climbing the remote hillside in a bid to show that no vehicles drive on it. He also visited the area to see if he could discover a secret entrance to the base.
In a video he uploaded to YouTube, he says that riding any motorized vehicles is strictly not allowed in the area and a huge fine is imposed to violators. He further explains that the land on the small mountain is under BLM control and very close to National Conservation area.
Mr. Barone also revealed that he, together with his wife and dog, attempted to climb the area to prove the soil was undisturbed, but they found out that everything is fenced or blocked off.
He has been keeping an eye in the area using his video camera for three years and already got several videos on his YouTube channel. He believes his videos show alien UFOs or top secret U.S. space vehicles floating over the Nellis Air Force Base.
The base is known in UFO community as a secret facility for the remains of crashed flying saucers and dead aliens just like top secret Area 51 in the Nevada desert. Some conspiracy theorists claim that visiting extraterrestrial beings have been allowed to use the bases to keep them from public eyes.