On December 1, multiple witnesses in rural Wisconsin reported seeing strange lights in the sky. The lights were filmed from different locations and were described as white, glowing objects and multicolored lights flashing, swooping in circles, and darting across the sky. Some witnesses ruled out searchlights on the ground as a possible explanation for the phenomena. Some of the sightings occurred a few hours apart in different locations, including West Bend, Howard, and Greenfield.
In multiple videos shared by DailyMail.com, witnesses can be seen shooting videos of strange lights moving across the sky in rural Wisconsin on December 1. These include one who had a terrifying encounter with the lights.
The lights, which appeared to move at speeds of up to 150 mph, left the witnesses convinced that they saw a UFO. This case is different from other similar UFO sightings as it has multiple witnesses who were not acquainted with each other and captured the phenomenon at the same time.
The Daily Mail was able to obtain videos of the encounters from two individuals, who are identified as Ken and Kimberly, who are from West Bend and Fredonia, respectively.
According to Kimberly, she and her husband were driving home at around 10:45 pm when they saw the strange lights. She said that they initially thought that they saw a white owl. She noted that on rare occasions, they would see an animal fly past their headlights as they were driving on country roads.
They initially thought that the object was an animal until it flew past their car three times. They then noticed that the white lights in the sky were moving in the same direction. They initially thought that the object was an alien or something else.
As they were driving, she said that they started to see the lights as they were leaning forward into their car’s windshield. They couldn’t wrap their heads around what they saw. They watched the object for a couple of minutes before they could realize that it was moving. They then used their phones to record the incident.
According to Kimberly, the night was clear and normal in Wisconsin. She said that instead of the UFO lights shining from the ground, she thought that they were in the sky. In videos shared by Ken and Kimberly, they can see multiple lights appear in a row. A fifth appears from the left in the background as they circle together.
In one of Kimberly’s videos, the lights appeared in a tight cluster overhead, and they then split into multiple lights and flew away to the east. Ken, who was 54 years old at the time of the incident, started filming after he saw the lights in the sky over Fredonia, Wisconsin.
According to the weather data, there were no storms or clouds in the area that night. A federal air traffic controller noted that he did not see anything on radar. He was also not able to identify the aircraft that appeared in the sky. Another witness posted videos of the incident on Facebook, which were taken from outside her home.
In one of her videos, Andrea Lynn captured four different videos of the multicolored lights dancing across the sky.
In her post on her Facebook page, Andrea asked the people of Green Bay, Wisconsin, to share their observations about the mysterious lights.
The National Weather Service also informed her that they spotted the same lights a week later. In the first video, which was taken from a suburban sidewalk, a white light appears in the sky before disappearing. Three more lights then appear in a triangular shape before the central light disappears.
In the second video, a bright yellow light streaked across the sky before it stopped moving. It then speeds up and disappears as it flies away. In the third video, a blue light appears in the clouds. Two yellow lights then dance around the sky before abruptly darting away.
On December 2, Chris Nowak was driving with his family to West Allis, Wisconsin, to visit the Candycane Lane lights. This is a tradition for the family. While driving over Interstate 43 at around 6:55 pm, his wife saw the same strange lights.
According to Nowak, he was completely blown away by the phenomenon, which he described as a row of illumination. It appeared to be moving rapidly across the sky.
He and his family were able to see the lights for about 20 miles during their trip. He said that the phenomenon was moving from southwest to northeast across the sky. After five minutes, he decided to start filming the lights in a church parking lot. He captured what appeared to be a bright blue light as it hovered in the clouds. Then, multiple white lights streaked across the sky.
According to Nowak, the lights appeared as three different beams moving across the sky at an incredible speed. He dismissed the idea that searchlight installations were behind the phenomenon.
The strange looking objects in the videos caught the attention of a meteorologist friend, who couldn’t explain what exactly happened. Nowak shared the videos with the weather expert, who struggled to come up with a possible explanation. That night, two women driving on a road in Brighton, Michigan captured videos of the same lights.
Tasha Lynn and Kenna VanBrocklyn posted a video of the mysterious lights dancing in the clouds on their Facebook page. The strange phenomenon has caused some people to shout out their astonishment. Some believe the lights were searchlight installations or a light show at a country club.
Ben Hansen, a former FBI agent, first spotted the three individuals who were identified as Ken, Chris, and Kimberly on his television show UFO Witness. He conducted an investigation for DailyMail.com. Due to the totality of the situation, Hansen said that the case became more compelling.
According to Ben Hansen, a former FBI agent, he believed that the sightings of Ken and Kimberly were hard to explain away. He noted that there were several factors that didn’t add up to the explanation. For instance, there’s no evidence suggesting that searchlight installations have been permitted in the area, and the speed and intensity of the lights didn’t conform with current technology.
According to Hansen, the majority of reported sightings of UFOs are light anomalies instead of traditional shapes such as cylinders, triangles, and disks. These new sightings are similar to the reported sightings of the Foo Fighters in World War II and the lights that appeared over Washington DC in 1952.
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