As a minister preaching the Bible, I really resent conspiracy theorists and various nutjobs out there who call false things true. They scare people and take advantage of their ignorance to lead them astray. God's Word is historical and logical, it's not a bunch of ooey-gooey feel-good malarkey or spooky fear-mongering. But people chase after ghosts, fortune-telling, UFO's, and all sorts of quackery. So I love it when some of this nonsense gets debunked. In fact, I often applaud the atheist skeptics (James Randi, Penn Jillette, et al.) for exposing these myths.
The following is a video debunking a supposed UFO sighting by actor Russell Crowe. I'm guessing that Crowe knows exactly what it is and he's just messing with people to be funny. But some people are easily fooled, so here's a great explanation: