Is the truth out there after all?
Han Faulkner certainly thinks so, and decided to test his theory by flying a DRONE over Area 51 - the secretive Nevada air base that has been long associated with rumours of alien activity.
It is the place where the U.S. military developed stealth technologies and the U2 spy plane - and its existence was only acknowledged by the CIA in 2013.
But the base has been associated with alien activity ever since physicist Bob Knapp claimed in the 1980s that alien spaceships were being stored in a mountain-side hangar.
Since then, it has been a pilgrimage site for UFO enthusiasts, although the closest that the public are able to get is 26 miles away on a mountain range called Tikaboo Peak.
It was from this point that Hans Faulkner was able to film his drone footage - although we’re given little proof of alien life, and instead faced with panoramic shots of barren deserts.
Even so, Faulkner claimed to have been followed by ‘white trucks’ - which does little to quash the beliefs of conspiracy theorists.
Last December, U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton vowed to send a task force to Area 51 to ‘get to the bottom of UFOs’, if she is elected in December.
The truth, it seems, could still be out there.