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So there I was, scrolling through the Apple News app the other day, when this headline popped out at me:
“Possible UFOs spotted off Florida coast”
(byline: Frank Miles, Fox News, May 2, 2021)
According to the article, a man by the name of William Fuentes in Palm Coast sent video of two alleged UFOs to a local Fox affiliate, WOFL, Fox 35 Orlando. If you go to the local affiliate’s site, you can watch the video for yourself and see what you think. They are described as two “orbs of light” up in Mr. Fuentes’s yard.
Watch the video and let me know what you think?
To my untrained eye, they are interesting, but really don’t show much, and I’d be less likely to call them UFOs in the traditional sense if I were to see these without a headline like that. I find it interesting that they fly in tandem with each other and there are weird trails behind them. I’d almost be inclined to think an insect was flying around and there was some malfunction of the camera that made it look doubled up so that it appeared to be two flying in formation. But I am definitely no expert, and I have an open mind and would love to hear follow-up information: were the camera and video examined by an expert? What is the scale of the picture’s viewpoint? What is the distance between the camera and the objects?
An interesting factoid for me was in the first linked article, Fox News reports an uptick in UFO sightings and reports since 2020. This is similar to the data from the National UFO Reporting Center and analyzed and presented by Satellite Internet in our April 29th post.
Anyway, folks, what’s your take on this report? 👍 or 👎 ?
Let us know! And if you’ve had an encounter with a UFO or any weird object flying around on your security camera footage, consider reporting it here.