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A strange object looks as if it has crashed into the snow and ice, sliding across the ground and leaving a trail in its wake.

The alleged UFO was found by eagle eyed viewers on Google Earth and is located in South Georgia Island is the South Atlantic Ocean and slightly over 800 miles south of The Falklands.

Popular conspiracy YouTube channel Secure Team 10 posted a video description of the crash and, in the clip, the narrator says: “It appears to be some sort of massive elongated or cigar-shaped that at some point – and we don’t know when – came to a screeching halt in the snow.

“This could be something which came from the air and crash-landed.”

The snow trail behind the object, which is about 63 metres in length, seems to extend from the mountains, prompting speculation that it crashed into the hilly area.

The video, which attracted almost half a million views in little more than 24 hours, prompted a debate about the origin of the mysterious object.

Some were convinced of its authenticity, with one person commenting: “Looks like it crashed into the mountain, then whatever it was drove away from the crash site?”

However, lost people offered more plausible solution.

Patricia O’Kelley wrote: “I think it’s just a landslide of ice.

“I don’t know what caused it to be smooth on the snow on this side of the long ice mound where the ripples in the ice are missing.

“But it explains why it starts at the mountain.”

Suzanne Campbell added: “I believe it is a piece of the little mountain that broke loose and with that much weight it slid down the hill to that final resting place.”

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