The strange markings can be found on Google Earth
Google Earth uses satellite imagery to capture the world’s most beautiful destinations from all areas of the globe.
The Google tool is available to all internet users but for some, the world-spread footage captures more than just beautiful landscapes.
UFO hunters and conspiracy theorists use the satellite imagery to hunt for proof that we are not alone in the world and are joined by aliens.
This image, captured in on the outskirts of Standdaarbuiten in the Netherlands is one of these examples.
Entering the coordinates 51.635493, 4.549711 into the search tool brings you to the small village of Standdaarbuiten.
On first glance, nothing appears out of the ordinary. A main road, the A17, can be seen surrounded by fields.
However, upon zooming in on the coordinates, a very strange marking appears on the ground.
In the spooky image, crop circles can be seen in the centre of one of the fields.
Is this the alien proof UFO hunters have been searching for?
According to one report, the strange markings appeared in July in 2014.
A very strange marking appears in the middle of a field
According to the report, there is no current explanation for the weird markings
The markings features a large oval with a smaller circle in the centre.
Eight more circles appear off of the oval in what looks like deliberate placement.
It is hard to see how such a symmetrical mark could have been made by an accident.
According to the report, there is no current explanation for the weird markings.
Multiple crop circles have been spotted using Google’s tool.
The image was captured in on the outskirts of Standdaarbuiten
Previous Google Maps images captured this crop circle in New Castle, Colorado.
In the spooky image, the crop circles stand alone with no sign of human presence.
The markings closely resemble those that UFO hunters believe is proof of alien existence.
Crop circles, also known as crop formation, are described as an area of a field that has been deliberately flattened in a particular pattern.
Thanks to the ease of use of Google’s Maps and Earth tool, these strange markings are becoming increasingly common.