AFTER two mysterious orbs were spotted on camera in Flagler County, Florida, some people thought they might be UFOS — unidentified flying objects.

William Fuentes sent local outlet FOX 35 video of what looks like two orbs of light moving across the sky at his home in Palm Coast, Florida.

The video is certainly not clear on what the objects are, but after other strange incidents in the area, some residents seem convinced.

This is not the first odd sighting in the area in recent weeks.

Area resident Cristina Ryan also told the outlet her security camera captured footage of mysterious creatures who seemed dinosaur-like running across her yard in mid-April.

"Some say a large bird, but that makes no sense since whatever it is appears to have front legs,” she said. “So, not sure? Lol. I'm sticking with raptor myself.”

One person commented of the sighting, “Looks like a Komodo dragon or some type of lizard!”

Another person was more skeptical. “That is a dog wearing a harness dragging a leash,” they said. “You can see all four legs and the harness and leash dragging behind it.”

In other footage sent to FOX 35 from 2019, a video taken in Brevard County by Adrian Stroud showed a foggy figure moving on the lower left side of the screen.

Stroud said the more recent orb footage reminded him of his previous video.

The National U.F.O. Reporting Center says there have been 245 new UFO reports through March 30th, according to Fox News.

Sightings of unidentified objects in 2020 were up to more than 7,200 sightings, according to the UFO center. That’s up by about 1,000 nationwide compared to the previous year.

Previously, Former UK Ministry of Defence UFO investigator Nick Pope told Fox News a soon-to-be published report about UFOs could note "a potential catastrophic failure of intelligence" by U.S. bureaucrats when it comes to reporting on UFO sightings.

"If it happened because skeptical bureaucrats were just saying to themselves, 'It can't be, therefore it isn't,' then there must be a reckoning," Pope said.

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