The Pentagon is allegedly in possession of a 23-minute long video showing multiple UFOs moving in strange patterns that will leave viewers shocked, a former insider has claimed.

Lue Elizondo, who headed up the secretive Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), insists the "extremely compelling" video exists.

News of the footage comes as pressure swells on the US to reveal everything they know about the out-of-this-world phenomena.

The former intelligence officer, who resigned from the Pentagon in 2017, claims he has watched the UFO footage which he describes as enough to make anyone go "woah", The Sun reports.

Mr Elizondo provided snippets of insider information while being interviewed on YouTube channels Witness Citizen UAP and Fade to Black.

The video is said to show multiple UFOs all moving in strange "patterns" that do not make sense to humans.

UFOs that appear in the mysterious video are reportedly big enough for "several" human-sized passengers.

It's believed that the video was captured between 2008 and 2012.

The former insider declined to reveal any further details about the footage, warning that he might be arrested if he said too much.

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Speaking about the 23-minute video, Mr Elizondo told Fade to Black: "The video was extremely compelling – one of many – to the point where I remember getting some expertise to look at it.

"I did not say what it was. I sent it out to some highly trained experts in the ISR (Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) community.

"And when they came back to me, the title of the email was quote-unquote 'that UFO video'."

He added: "It is definitive and its perplexing, every time you think you are like 'that's what I am looking at' – bang, it changes."

The former insider said that the speed of the objects was "beyond our capabilities" and was enough to make officials "raise our eyebrows and say 'woah'".

He described the UFOs as having "peculiar movement" and flying in ways "we wouldn't really understand".

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This interview comes after the fall out of last month's explosive UFO report continues.

Some officials are calling for hearings on the topic and characterising it as a national security threat – transitioning the phenomena from online conspiracy theories to serious, real-world debate.

The UFO report revealed that the US military cannot explain 143 out of 144 sightings of the Unidentified Ariel Phenomena (UAPs).

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