By KAYLIN JORGE, WZTV
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (CIRCA via WZTV) — Several lucky Tennesseans have spotted quite a rare sight: an albino deer.
Multiple people have shared videos of the deer grazing right along with other deer in their backyards.
In November, Amy Henderson Hall spotted an albino 12-point buck in Williamson County, which is just south of Nashville. Hall said it frequents the area.
On her Facebook page, Hall called it a "once in a lifetime experience." The buck walked up under Hall's patio and stayed there for 30 minutes while she took photos and video.
"I teared up and was totally amazed," she wrote.
On Wednesday, Coach Anderson spotted an albino deer in the morning hours while heading toward Ashland City, which is about 23 miles west of Nashville.
It's unclear if all the videos show the same or different deer — but all are equally stunning.