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Everyone has different opinions on ghosts and aliens, and if you’re a skeptic, this may change your mind after a Florida woman captured a mysterious light on camera inside her home.

According to First Coast News, the Jacksonville woman said she had been experiencing some strange activity in her home, so she set up some cameras to see if there was anything to see…and there was.

What is it?


Got a Death Wish? Here's The 8 Most Dangerous Places In Florida

  • 1. Mangonia Park

    Pack more than just a picnic lunch, you have a 1 in 24 chance of being a victim of violent crime in Mangonia Park. Good luck.


  • 2. I-95 In Jacksonville

    Buckle up, this stretch of highway has the highest fatality rate in the country. In one year there was 573 injuries and 25 fatalities.

  • 3. Fuller Warren Bridge

    Want to be more specific? Take the Fuller Warren Bridge on I95 in Jacksonville. It averages almost an accident a day.

  • 4. Your Southwest Florida Backyard

    Ok, so Lehigh sorta made the list. If you hang out in your backyard you know that mosquitoes down here aren’t just a nuisance. They’re here to kill.

  • 5. Everglades National Park

    It’s not just the giant snakes and the alligators. It’s not uncommon for people to get lost, fall, or just straight up drown.

  • 6. Vista del Lago Blvd And Route 192

    In Kissimmee. It made Time Magazine’s most dangerous intersection list. Actually, quite a few Florida intersections made that list. Check it out. 

    US-192 & Vista Del Lago Blvd, Four Corners, FL 34747

    Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.


  • 7. Pretty Much Anywhere in Florida

    We got a break from hurricanes in 2021. Think we’ll get lucky two years in a row. Ha.

    KEY WEST, FL – SEPTEMBER 16: A man looks out at the ocean from The Southernmost Point marker in Key West on September 16, 2017 in Key West, Florida. Many places in the Keys still lack water, electricity or mobile phone service and residents are still not permitted to go further south than Islamorada. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has reported that 25-percent of all homes in the Florida Keys were destroyed and 65-percent sustained major damage when they took a direct hit from Hurricane Irma. (Photo by Angel Valentin/Getty Images)


  • 8. Lakes, Ponds and Swamps

    Alligators, brain eating amoeba and other fun things. Cannonball!

Marija was born and raised in Illinois, but moved to Florida in 2018 after stop in the coldest place on the planet, Fargo, ND. She loves dogs, kayaking, concerts, day drinking and is always planning her next vacation. Follow her on Instagram @marija127