Briana Hansen
August 04, 2016 5:58 pm
20th Century Fox Television

It’s one thing to hear about stories of UFOs or to watch (awesome) movies about them. But it’s something else entirely when a very famous landmark in the middle of the city suddenly has a mysterious hovering light around it that nobody can explain.

According to Fox59 St. Louis, early Tuesday morning (around 2:30 a.m. because everybody know’s that the creepiest time of night), a man named Chase Rhoades  was leaving a casino when he spotted this really eerie light hovering above the St. Louis Arch. He shot a video shared it with the news.

The video was so strange, people immediately went to find more surveillance footage of the event, which they did.

It is, needless to say, pretty unnerving.

Local news reports are saying that the usual authorities like The National Park Service and the nearest Air Fore base, who often have answers for weird happenings like this, are at a loss about what it might be (other than aliens, of course, which is what everyone is thinking). They don’t have any reports about any strange sightings that night.

Seeing these videos and reports of this event will make even the most skeptical among us ask some serious questions.

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