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A US company is offering a $1 million prize to anyone who spots an alien and captures video footage of the extraterrestrial.
The “out-of-this-world” competition was launched by smart home security device company, Ring, which announced that the prize will go to anyone who captures “unaltered scientific evidence” of aliens on their doorbell camera.
Apart from the grand prize, participants who submit the “most creative interpretation of an extraterrestrial sighting” will also get to win a $500 Amazon gift card.
The competition comes amid reports of multiple sightings of UFOs (unidentified flying objects), alleged alien corpses presented in Mexico, and the upcoming Halloween.
“With new sightings and further evidence that lifeforms might exist beyond Earth’s atmosphere, there’s a possibility that extraterrestrial activity could be happening right outside your front door,” Ring wrote in a blog post, inviting users to submit videos to their website where they will be reviewed by a “Space and Extraterrestrial Expert.”
Ring provides video doorbells and cameras. The deadline for submission is on November 3 via ringmilliondollarsighting.com, and the competition is open to US residents. ICA/Expat Media
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