A shocked TikTok user has revealed how he spotted “creepy men standing in circle” in a deserted town on Google Earth.
Jason Cline used a TikTok video to demonstrate how he noticed the white cloaked figures but other users quickly provided an explanation.
The town in question is called Rhyolite in the state of Nevada.
It used to be a mining town at the start of the 20th century but was deserted by the 1920s and is now a spooky tourist attraction.
Mr Cline was looking at the town on Google Earth when he spotted creepy figures congregating in a circle.
His viral video has been viewed over 17 million times.
He talks viewers through his Google Earth search by saying: “You’re gonna go down to the desert, just like this.
“Zoom in right here and once you get all the way down, you are going to find a circular object that kind of looks like a thumb print.”
He adds: “What you are about to see, I cannot explain and I do not understand, I am literally thinking that I don’t supposed to see this.”
Once clicking on the Street View feature, an abandoned house is revealed.
A spooky white cloaked figure with a bicycle is spotted nearby but it’s when Cline turns the Street View around that you spot the weird circle gathering of figures.
Cline says: “But that’s not just it, if you flip it around – there’s a whole lot of them in a circle doing some sort of weird ceremony.”
A lot of people were spooked by the video but some TikTok users gave Cline an explanation.
The figures are actually statues and are part of an art installation.
People can go and visit the statues on a trip to Death Valley.
The installation was created by Belgian artist Albert Szukalski and is called Last Supper.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished with permission