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A Florida resident’s home security camera captured video of strange orbs zigzagging across the night sky – adding to the growing mystery surrounding UFOs.
William Fuentes of Palm Coast told Orlando’s Fox 35: “I have watched it maybe 100 times now. Taken screenshots, blown it up.
“Is it drones, or is it the birds, or bats, you know? Everything goes through your mind. But in the end, I couldn’t really explain it,” he added.
The footage shows the two objects appear to fly in tandem with a palm tree in the foreground. They seemingly draw closer to each other in a swooping motion before accelerating off into the distance.
Csaba Palotai, associate professor and program chairman of aerospace, physics and space sciences at Florida Tech called the recent spate of sightings a “fascinating phenomenon.”
“If you think about it … That there is a possibility that these events are happening because of aliens. Everybody is hoping that these are aliens and not just some better phenomenon,” Palotai told Fox 35.
“Whenever people are realizing, ‘Oh, this was a weather balloon or some atmospheric optics phenomenon,’ it is just not interesting anymore, right? All the interesting cases are the ones when you don’t find out,” he added.
According to the National UFO Reporting Center, there have been 245 new sightings through March 30. In 2020, there were about 7,200 — 1,000 more than in 2019, according to the report.
Last week, The Post revealed that an ex-Pentagon official who says he ran the program probing UAPs believes the feds have been covering up their existence.
The controversial whistleblower, Luis “Lue” Elizondo, said he hasn’t been able to get the Defense Department to act on what he described as a serious national security risk.
Elizondo, former head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, spoke out ahead of a bombshell government report on UFOs that is set to be released before the end of June.
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