Multiple People Report Suspected UFOs Over Wisconsin And Michigan

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Multiple witnesses reported unidentified flying objects (UFOs) over rural Wisconsin and Michigan in early December.

The witnesses captured footage of the UFOs from various angles, and the clip appears to show either a series of glowing orbs or one giant machine with multiple lights, floating at insane speeds across the countryside. Daily Mail obtained still photographs and video from a local salon owner and a former police officer, all taken in a location roughly 35 miles north of Milwaukee.

The salon owner, identified as Kimberly in the report, said she and her husband saw the lights just a few feet from her vehicle while driving at around 10:45 p.m., according to Daily Mail. “All of a sudden we saw what looked to be a white owl swoop from the upper right hand top of the trees, down in front of the headlights, and up to the left,” she told the outlet.

The white object, which appeared to glow, flew in front of her car three more times, Kimberly recounted. “We’ve never seen even two in a row,” she continued. “We looked at each other and went, ‘okay, this is not an owl, what the heck is going on here?'”

The lights then started to glow above the car. Kimberly said it took several minutes for her to realize she should be filming, Daily Mail reported. “There was no sound to it. It was a pretty clear and normal Wisconsin night without any crazy weather,” she told the outlet.

There were clouds in the area at the time, but no storms or associated lighting, weather data showed, according to Daily Mail. Milwaukee Federal Aviation Administration said radar data up to 13,000 feet showed nothing, not even an airplane. (RELATED: UFO Videos Would ‘Harm National Security’ If Released, Navy Claims)

Another witness shared a video of the suspected UFOs on Facebook. The white lights look the same as those captured by others, and they appear to be flying quickly and in formation, moving beyond the boundaries limiting drones and other known aircrafts.