A woman in the Orlando, Florida area took photographs and videos of a huge craft that was hovering in plain sight, but no one else seemed to notice.

If others noticed the mysterious object last month, they didn't show any sign. Instagram user 'Chivonne SayWhat' streamed a video of the unidentified flying object on Instagram Live and also posted photos of the craft to her feed.

Later, TikTok user Master Xebula shared that clip online, according to mitechnews.com. In the video, Chivonne sounds a little shaken by the sighting. As the video begins, she says that there is a "f***ing UFO out here in the middle of the damn sky." She adds that everybody is "out here riding around like they don’t see this s***.” A loud boom preceded the UFO sighting by about a day, she shares. She adds that apparently in "Orlando, or central Florida, you could hear a loud boom from five-something in the morning all the way from Jacksonville to Orlando."

The craft in the clip looks like a classic flying saucer, and it appears to be a massive disc-shaped object that is ringed with white lights. The camerawork and quality of the video aren’t the best, but the object seemed to be stationary.

Though the Instagram user claimed that she had irrefutable proof of a UFO hovering over Florida, Outkick reported that what she saw was absolutely not a UFO. It's not possible that a large unidentified flying object hovers over a major metropolitan area, and no one immediately responds to it. A fighter from MacDill could get to Orlando in around five minutes or maybe even quicker. Also, following the 9/11 terrorist attack in 2001, the U.S. government doesn’t play around with possible threats in the sky. If anyone actually thought that was an alien craft, there would have been helicopters or planes dispatched immediately.

The object looked like lights being projected into the sky in some kind of pattern, and it didn’t appear to move. So, for that reason alone, you can probably rule out a UFO.

People of Florida have reported a total of 7,513 UFO sightings so far, and the only other state in the Union with more sightings is California. It has more than 15,000 documented cases.

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