Australian Influencer Kurt Coleman Reveals Strange UFO Encounters Off Gold Coast: ‘They Come Out Of The Water And Fly Out Of The Sky’
An Australian influencer shocked his fans on Sunday by revealing that he has frequently witnessed unexplained paranormal activity.
Kurt Coleman, 25, posted a video on Instagram telling his followers that he had seen several unidentified flying objects in the sky while in Queensland.
‘Has anyone else seen UFOs? I’ve seen over 15 in my life, mostly when I was on the Gold Coast,’ she began.
“I’ve seen them literally come out of the water and fly through the sky and I’ve seen others just circle around. They go so fast.
In the comments section, he asked his followers to share their alien experiences.
‘Please let me know if you’ve seen what I’m explaining! I swear on my life that everything I say is 100% true,’ she wrote.
Australian influencer Kurt Coleman (pictured) shocked his fans on Sunday by revealing that he has frequently witnessed unexplained paranormal activity.
Kurt posted a video on Instagram telling his followers that he had seen a series of Unidentified Flying Objects in the sky while in Queensland.
Many of her fans quickly took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the matter.
“I would love to see an alien,” one fan joked, and another said: “There’s so much we don’t know.”
It comes after Kurt revealed his bizarre theory about what happened to the passengers of the sunken OceanGate submersible.
Coleman posted a video on social media claiming that the five passengers on the submarine may still be alive, after their vessel was declared to have imploded.
There is a whole other world down there that has never been discovered. A mermaid caught them and completely took them into her world,” she began.
This could happen because no one has seen the rest of the world below. I fully believe that mermaids exist and that they could be smarter than us.
‘Has anyone else seen UFOs? I’ve seen over 15 in my life, mostly when I was on the Gold Coast,” Kurt began.
“It sounds crazy, but no one has discovered the ocean, so it’s crazy down there,” he added.
Many of Coleman’s 100,000 followers quickly took to the comments section to express their thoughts on his unusual theory.
“To be honest this sounds like a much better alternative,” wrote one fan, and another added: “No one has discovered the ocean, it’s true.”
Coleman has developed a reputation for controversial comments and in 2022 lashed out at an Australian pop culture Twitter account, after being described as a ‘former’ influencer.
“I’ve seen them literally come out of the water and just fly out of the sky and I’ve seen others just circle around,” Coleman added.