That's a lot of money for getting alien footage!

Montana as many of you know is a hot bed for alleged alien activity over the years, especially in The Electric City being the home of Malmstrom Air Force Base and the Foo Fighters spotted all those years ago.

Now it's anyone's chance to grab a big chunk of change while also getting definitive evidence of extra-terrestrial life on Earth.


This comes from Amazon and their Ring camera products.

According to the Ring website, one must get actual footage of aliens on you Ring camera and Ring camera alone.

There's only been blurry, fake, and indistinguishable "pictures" of alien and everyone took with a grain of salt the evidence of alien bodies in Mexico.

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Ring and Amazon want your footage from their servers to confirm. They say that they understand that things of all sorts are captured on their cameras, so why not aliens!

They lay out the detail on the website:

Now through November 3, 2023, Ring is offering a $1,000,000 Grand Prize to a US resident who captures unaltered Scientific Evidence of a real Extraterrestrial lifeform on their indoor or outdoor Ring device. Whether it’s a video of an Extraterrestrial walking (or flying?) up your driveway and asking for directions or an unidentifiable lifeform exhibiting unusual and extraordinary behavior in your backyard—submit your best footage!

This might be fun for a lot of Montanans, the rules say you can place cameras both in and outside your house as long as it's real, actual evidence of an extra-terrestrial.

Hopefully we beat the rest of the country, I believe in us, Montana. Good luck.

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