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The alien researcher, who posts videos on YouTube from his Scottish home under the name of Streetcap1, told Express.co.uk so-called UFO hoax debunkers were really “men in black” agents who were there to discredit the work of himself and similar YouTube video makers.
This week Streetcap1 published a video on his channel entitled “Mars: Large Weird Anomaly in the Distance”.
He said it may be a huge rock but could be a giant insect-like alien creature at the same time.
The video was picked up by fellow UFO researcher Scott C Waring on his website ufosightingsdaily.com, who claimed it was a dead alien humanoid laying down that had been petrified in stone.
Hoax busters point out that these “anomalies on Mars” are just the results of a phenomena known as pareidolia, when the brain tricks the eyes into seeing familiar objects or shapes in textures or patterns such as rock surfaces or clouds.
But, Streetcap1 hit out after debunkers said another video he uploaded, which suggested a “huge UFO” was caught on video film by the International Space Station (ISS) showed just a lens reflection from the camera.
Streetcap1 initially alerted Express.co.uk, saying that a debunker he named could “not be trusted” because he was a CIA agent, and that the agency had been on to him for some time.
When Express.co.uk contacted him to find out more, he named other debunkers who he suspected were working for the CIA or National Security Agency (NSA).
He said one debunker appeared to be able to hack a UFO researcher if challenged.
He said: “They are an extremely fishy bunch.
“A friend of mine who challenged one about his black list website for calling his stuff fake had a denial of service lasting over 24 hours immediately after having a real argument on FB with him on my friend’s rather large and famous website.
“No individual has that power, so we think he is either NSA or CIA.
“His language is very agency, skillset etc.
“Not all my stuff is that great and sometimes I make mistakes but 99 percent of my videos are totally legit.
“We feel they want me gone because I am posting real disclosure stuff and I am being targeted and thrown in with obvious nutcase channels to blacken my name.”
Streetcap1 says he does it as a hobby after seeing two UFOs, and is a firm believer.
He added: “I cannot prove that they are agents but my gut tells me they are not squeaky clean.”
He is due to appear in a Russian-made documentary about UFOs, and believes this will help cement him as a genuine researcher.
He added: “My thinking is these guys have been instructed to bring me down.
“The truth is they cannot keep me hidden for ever. I took a huge risk speaking on camera and will have to watch my back now for the rest of my life.”
Scott Brando is a UFO hoax debunker who runs the website ufoofinterest.org which is dedicated to his work.
Speaking generally about Streetcap1’s CIA claims against debunkers, he said: “It’s an old story recited by those who do not know what to say after being debunked.”