Peeping Toms may have just gone airborne. One South Carolinian woman's harrowing experience may be a harbinger of what's to come.
Picture this: You're at home, asleep in your bed. Suddenly, you see a light shining outside your window. Are you seeing a UFO?
No, you open the blinds to discover that a drone is hovering right outside of your window, trying to get a peek.
After getting caught, the drone apparently flew away. Going high tech doesn't cost as much as it used to, and peeping Toms may be taking their dirty deeds to the next level.
Figuring out how to legislate the popularity of consumer drones has been slow to say the least. You may remember the list of private drone manufacturers who agreed to let people make their property a no-fly zone for drones.
You can add your property to the no-fly list by clicking here.
But hey, just because drones could be spying on you doesn't mean that flashing lights always have to be a drone. In fact, the high-tech databases that make up the no-fly list are actually being used for UFO hunting.
This massive UFO database is the largest in the world. You can add your sightings and check out other verified sightings on the sight.