CHINA’S AREA 51? Eagle-eyed conspiracy theorists spot bizarre ‘military base’ on Google Maps in the middle of the Gobi desert
EAGLE-eyed conspiracy theorists have spotted a ‘hidden military base’ in the middle of the Gobi desert.
The strange, circular landing strip was reportedly found on Google Maps in northern China, towards the Mongolian border.
Blake and Brett Cousins dubbed the discovery “China’s Area 51”.
They published the images on their YouTube channel, which is full of UFO sightings and details of shadowy Government secrets.
It appears to show at least three aircraft and some buildings, possibly control towers, in a series of concentric circles.
The circle is divided by lines, which could possibly be airstrips.
The brothers’ describe the structure as Stonehenge-like and can be heard saying “I don’t know what I’m looking at here.”
Highlighting an area which looks like a landing strip, they say: “There are no co-ordinates or location given by Google.
“Is this the area 51 for China?”
One adds: “We’ve got a strange thing going on here in Asia.
“It almost looks like Stonehenge from this aerial view.
“I can’t explain what this is all about, it doesn’t make much sense.
“Three airlines within the circular formation of rocks and buildings, I’m not entirely sure what I’m looking at.”
Another asks: “Does the Chinese government know what’s going on there?”
Google Maps often blurs out areas of military significance, or leaves out areas altogether.