NBC has reported that a motion-activated camera installed at a Fort Worth family’s favorite hunting spot has captured shots of mysterious object in the night sky.

Lisa Brock-Piekarski’s single motion-activated game camera is supposed to take pictures of the deer on her Archer City hunting lease, but the pictures show something she can’t explain… an Unidentified Flying Object.

“What I see looks almost like a Frisbee. You see a several lights going around, and they’re all symmetrical and lit up, and it just looks like an object in the sky…. we’ve seen falling stars, all kinds of stuff out there because you’re away form the city. Anytime there’s a meteor shower or anything, you can see it a lot better, but I’ve never seen anything like that.”

Brock-Piekarski claimed the game camera — which uses infrared and not a flash — wasn’t moved during the night. She has also ruled out light posts or cell phone towers because the area is where the object was photographed is empty.

“There’s nothing back there but trees and sky. There’s no hills, no buildings, nothing back there. It’s all flat.”

Timestamps on several pictures also show that the object hovered in the air for almost two hours. Whether this object is from OUT OF THIS WORD or has a more terrestrial origin, Brock-Piekarski claims that she is now a little hesitant to go out to her deer blind alone.

“It’s creepy. I don’t know if I want to be sitting out in my deer stand by my self anymore, hunting.”

Archer City, which is just south of Wichita Falls, is also close to Sheppard Air Force Base. The installation did not immediately return requests asking if it had planes up the night the pictures were taken.