Recently, Darrick Banda, a prominent local trial lawyer, shared a intriguing video on his Facebook, seeking opinions on a mysterious incident outside his home during the dark early morning hours.

 Writing on Facebook in part,

Captured this morning at 04:50 a.m. The anomaly appears at the beginning and again at the 30 second mark. No idea why the camera's motion sensor was triggered at this time. It has a very short range..

Darrick clarified that the incident occurred in Winslow, describing the camera's orientation facing west-northwest from S. Reynolds Road towards Cushman Road/Rt. 32. The terrain slopes from S. Reynolds down to a bog, suggesting that the occurrence was in the sky over that particular area.

Video below.

Now, the plot thickens. As you can see in the video, the anomaly manifests on the side of the garage, resembling someone either igniting a lighter or using a flashlight. However, upon closer inspection, it's not a perfect match to either of those actions. It gives the impression of similarity to those two suggestions but not quite. Get me?

It's definitely strange, and if no one was out there, then what the heck could that be?

Darrick also posted a still of the driveway in the light of day.

Darrick X. Banda via Facebook
Darrick X. Banda via Facebook

Some commenters chimed in and suggested it may be aliens, a drone, or the spotlight reflecting from a helicopter. One person went even further, looking up the flight plans in the area and confirming that there were no air crafts in the skies at that time.

The light is so bright at one point, so it makes you wonder what the heck it could be?

What do you think?

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