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NAPLES, Florida (WBBH) – Controversy continues to swirl in Naples, Florida over unexplained lights near a pool outside a condo.
The story has sparked a lot of different opinions.
It all depends who you ask, MUFON, a UFO organization, is saying they believe it was a raindrop on the camera lens,
“We don’t know beyond reasonable doubt but, likely, moisture or rain droplets on the actual protective casing of that camera system,” said MUFON’s Florida State Director, Morgan Beall.
But a raindrop isn’t going to cut it for Thomas.
Last Monday night, she was watching the camera feed from a condo building when she noticed the phenomenon.
She thought it was suspicious, describing it as lights that funneled into the pool with a web-like motion behind it.
One that stayed for 30 minutes, something a raindrop probably wouldn’t do. Especially since minutes before the event, raindrops did fall on the lens and it looked completely different.
“When it’s a raindrop you can’t even see through, it’s very distorted, you can’t see any detail what so ever, it’s like filming under water,” Thomas said.
Many comments poured in saying if it wasn’t a raindrop, then certainly a spider web, but Thomas says, she’s seen those too.
“I realize it wasn’t something on the lens, it was definitely at the pool and part of it was at the pool,” she said.
How about a possible light shining from the beach?
“There is no way something could have shown through those bushes and palm trees and be sitting at pool and doing what it was doing,” she said.
While MUFON is sticking with its raindrop analysis for now, Thomas is sticking to her story saying what she saw was certainly live.
“I realized whatever it was, was moving around and doing its thing…am I open to anything it could be? Def, def, a raindrop? No,” she said.
“In this case there wasn’t an actual direct witness, rather someone who saw something on a screen, but not the actual event that was outside,” Beall said.
MUFON says its analysis could change after watching the entire 30 minute video. We just got our hands on that video today, so we’ll send it off to them.
They went on to say people report things like this all of the time, but plenty of these cases will probably remain unexplained.