Woman captures some ‘of the best’ footage showing a ‘UFO’ hovering in the sky
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People are flooding to social media in shock after a woman shared 'one of the best videos' they've seen of a 'UFO'.
With the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) having said they don't have enough information to make a decision on the existence of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), the jury's still out on whether or not little green men in spaceships are whizzing around in the skies and space above us.
Well, if there are other lifeforms out there, they're probably not little green men in a flying saucer like the song goes, but a woman in Kansas City has spotted something saucer-like in the sky - which she believes is definitely a UFO.
Whether it turns out it's actually a plastic bag drifting through the wind or an actual alien, we'll probably never know.
But still, take a look for yourself:
UFO 'experiencer' Nikki Noelle took to X - formerly known as Twitter - to share a video of the 'UFO' sighting.
The video shows a dark and circular object drifting in the sky, high above the trees.
The caption reads: "Hands down one of the sickest sightings I have on film! It was black and transparent at times, it was a saucer, was rotating and would fly on its side at times. It made no sound (that was a car).
"I have three minutes of it - more to come! #ufotwitter #ufox (that feels weird)."
And it's got UFO-believers very excited, many flooding to the post in appreciation of the video.
One X user said: "Wow! This is one of the best of the best videos I’ve seen. Not shaky or grainy. Thank you for recording it!"
"That is CRAZY, Nikki!" Another wrote.
A third commented: "The ufo queen returns, thank you for sharing."
However, others flocked in and burst the believers' bubbles - taking a closer peek at the footage and resolving it looks like a balloon.
Well, even if it's just the result of some poor child letting go of their birthday balloon, that's not to say that Nikki's other 'UFO' sightings aren't real.
In the comments, Nikki says: "I film and see them literally everyday. I have all of the footage on this profile over the last 2.5 years almost daily minus a social media break or two. :)."
So, you best keep your eyes peeled for any saucers in the sky.