Two Globe-Shaped UFOs Caught On Camera In Florida

By Rick Gonzales | 7 days ago

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Lately, it seems like there have been more and more UFO sightings across our wonderful nation which begs the question. Is someone out there trying to make contact? In what appears to be a weekly happening, another potential UFO sighting has made itself known as two mysterious orbs of light were caught on camera as they made their way through a Palm Coast, Florida yard.

William Fuentes, who resides in Palm Coast, sent in his 6-second video to the local news channel FOX 35 which shows 2 mysterious globes of light cruising through his yard. The UFOs move slowly at first, then pick up speed, before peeling off to the right and zipping out of sight. Fuentes’ video can be seen below.

Very mysterious, though that UFO encounter isn’t the only strange thing to be caught on video in Palm Coast. Cristina Ryan, another Palm Coast resident, had what she feels is a close encounter of a Jurassic kind. One night in April, Ryan claims her security camera caught what she thinks is a baby dinosaur running through her yard.

According to Ryan, “Any animal we can come up with that would be ‘walking’ at 3:40 in the morning, wouldn’t walk this way,” she theorized to FOX 35 News. “Maybe I’ve watched ‘Jurassic Park’ too many times, but I see a raptor or other small dinosaur!”

And if that isn’t enough, there is the mysterious foggy figure that was caught on security tape in 2019 by Adrian Stroud. This one was taken in Brevard County, which is down the Florida coast from Palm Coast and shows a foggy figure moving slowly in the bottom left of the footage.

Back to those unidentified flying objects. On top of the Palm Coast mysterious orbs, the news has been rife with UFO sightings, some unexplained, while some have been explained away. In what Florida residents thought were UFOs in their night sky, ended up being a Trident-II SLBM missile test.

Then there were the Utah “UFOs” that were caught in the sky. That one too was explained away as Elon Musk’s Starlink and their thousands of satellites in our low orbit.

But then there is what appears to be the real thing. The unexplained and the unidentified. The first comes from Las Vegas, where news reporter Dylan Kendrick was setting up for an early morning shoot. He looked up in the sky and saw a bunch of lights in formation, which look remarkably similar to Musk’s Starlink. Check it out here. UFOs? Perhaps.

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Then there was American Airlines Flight 2292 that was flying from Cincinnati to Phoenix. As they were moseying their way through the sky, they reported what was a “long cylindrical object that almost looked like a cruiser missile.” Pilots can be heard asking the Albuquerque Air Traffic Control if they had any targets in the sky because they had something fly right over the top of them. The possible UFO sighting led all to believe it was a missile test since they were relatively close to White Sands Missile Range, but the military reported nothing from them in the air.

There was the UFO sighting in Southaven, Mississippi, and then the Navy’s video and photographs of pyramid-shaped UFOs. There have been reports in Hawaii, where a family actually got into their car and followed the lights until they disappeared into the ocean. Just about everywhere across the United States is claiming UFOs to be real.

Then there is the report from Luis Elizondo, who had been working for the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. Over his seven years with the Pentagon, Elizondo claims that on average there was a once-a-week sighting of UFOs. He said it was rare to go an entire month without some type of sighting.

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Are they here? Finally? With the number of sightings continuing to rise and our U.S. Government finally coming out with videos of their own as well as verbal confirmation that yes, UFOs do exist, it may be time to prepare the welcome mat. What many are looking forward to is the June report our government plans to give concerning UFOs. That should be exciting, to say the least.