A video of an "alien" knocking over furniture in a farm has resurfaced leaving conspiracy theorists believing is one of the "most conclusive" pieces of proof of extraterrestrial life.

The blurry footage, taken in the rural area of Alberta in Canada, on June 7, 2010, left viewers baffled after they saw a human figure with "metallic skin" wandering in a farm.

Truth-seeker Scott Waring, who publishes bizarre speculations on his website UFO Sightings Daily, believed the clip was genuine given it was taken "five years before people started uploading fake UFO videos on the internet".

In the clip, which the conspiracist has since reposted to his YouTube channel, the cameraman shines the flash towards an empty room where a transparent figure is seen walking before it knocks over a chair.

The creature runs across the room and disappears in the dark.

According to the witness, who called himself Mr Beehat, he captured the unexplained scene at around midnight.

He said: "A few days prior to this, me and my brother had been hearing noises from the yard at night and thought we had seen something out the window, so we decided to keep a camera handy in case it happened again.

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  • "As you can see, the footage we captured shows a tall creature with a strange manner of walking.

    "It had quite large hands with three fingers each and appeared to almost go completely invisible at times.

    "One of the strangest features of this being was it's almost metallic-looking skin."

    Some viewers were spooked by the way the creature ran.

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    "The arm swing isn't quite human. Looks floppy. The flesh tone is reflective almost like a metallic flake in car paint. The thing took off like a locomotive," one analysed.

    Another added: "That's one hell of a panic right there….hope the chair is in one piece."

    However, others were not too convinced and said it looked like special effects from movie clips.

    A viewer compared it to C-3PO, a metallic droid character in Star Wars movie while a second wrote: "This literally looks like footage from Scary Movie 3."

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