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'UFO' spotted flying '2,000mph' over beach through storm
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'UFO' spotted flying '2,000mph' over beach through storm

The holidaymaker thinks they spotted a UFO as they were filming a storm

A beachgoer has captured the eerie moment a 'UFO' appeared to zoom '2,000 MPH' over a beach in Florida.

Financial analyst Carmen Rich was filming a storm at Fort Lauderdale Beach last month (June 17) when he saw a 'ball of light' flying across the sky.

However, it was not lightning, he insists.

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The startling clip is slowed down to show the 'UFO' appear and suddenly disappear in a flash as Carmen is heard saying: "Wow, did you see that just shoot across?"

Because it happened so quick his step-sister Jennifer Rich, 20, 'blinked and missed it'.

Carmen, originally from Boston, Massachusetts, said: "It was the fastest thing I've seen in my entire life and if it was going that fast I figured it would be making some type of noise but it didn't.

"The thing in the back was a plane and that's where you can get a gauge for how fast this thing was. Jennifer turned around, blinked and then missed it.

"I saw it past the phone with my own eyes. I shouted immediately and ended the video because I wanted to see if I actually did get it. I wondered if I was crazy."

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He added: "It was much bigger with my own eyes. The camera shows a light ball but in person it looked much bigger.

"I was on vacation so I was supposed to act normal but that night I actually was scared.

"I'm glad I had that type of experience versus a closer one that other people say they've had.

"I believe it was a UFO. It could have been human, it could have been non-human but it was an unknown flying object.

"I don't know if it's an alien craft. I don't think we're alone in the universe but I don't think the government tells us all the technology that they have either.

"I don't know what it was but it was something the public won't know about for a very long time if at all.

"I showed some local guys and they said they'd never seen anything like it before in their life."

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The 29-year-old believes it's ignorant to suggest there's only life on planet Earth.

Commenting on his Facebook post, one user said: "Wow, That was incredible!"

A second surmised: "They [aliens] love thunderstorms. This is how they charge their flying ships. I have also seen, photographed and filmed it several times myself."

A third said: "Wow, I had to take a double look when you mentioned it, that's crazy! Good catch!"

Topics: Aliens, UFO