Not only that, but the story grew to the point that someone asked Mick on Twitter about an orb that supposedly flew out and circled a car.From @Mick West 's OP, "Ben Hansen released a video, timed with the publication of a Daily Mail article..."
Hansen and the Daily Mail "thought" the things that bring them publicity and profit. Other people like Kim and Ken "thought" things that they've been primed to think, starting with the basic conspiracist concept that "I don't understand it, therefore it must be esoteric, supernatural, or sinister."
This has gone on ever since the media found out that juicy fairy tales fetch a bigger audience than dry facts. We are now in the electronic Information Age, and disinformation for fun and profit travels just as fast as facts.
Rant concluded. I have no solution to the problem.