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TITUSVILLE, FL – There are some strange things flying around in the night, in the dark.

Some people call them orbs. Others say they are just particles of dust, or moths, or bugs that get picked up on camera.

There’s a cold-hearted orb that rules the night at the US Space Walk of Fame Museum in Titusville, Florida. It looks an awful lot like that bubble thing that flew the good witch to meet Dorothy in Munchkin Land.

“We can’t explain it, nor can the fella who put in the system for us,” said Charlie Mars, the museum president. Yes, Mars.

Some folks who work at the museum think the orb is glare or a dust ball.

But Mars says the lights and air conditioning were off when the video caught the UFO, the Unidentified Flying Orb, dancing around the museum, which is home to memorabilia from the Mercury and Gemini space programs.

“There were many items in here that were brought in by people who are no longer with us,” Mars said. “They could be coming back to check on it.”

Yeah, or not.

But then, again, strange things happen when you’re not in Kansas, anymore.