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Occurred : 7/21/2001 21:50 (Entered as : 07/21/01 2150)
Reported: 7/22/2001 07:22
Posted: 3/4/2003
Location: Dundee, WI
Shape: Sphere
Duration:1 hour plus
four craft seen at Dundee, WI

At 2150 cdt the first of four craft appeared. the come from the south and traveled north. the first three craft were similar in nature. they were red balls of light that travel very quickly thru the night sky. each craft seem to follow the same flight path. each craft as they passed they emitted a high intense white flashing light.these flashes were at varing intervuals.the last read craft was seen at 2209 cdt. the fourth craft appeared at about 2214. it seem to orginate from the seem area of the sky and travel east to west in a more slower fashion. from our view point it stopped in the south/western sky and hovered there. the fourth craft was a combination of three light. one red/orange the other two a blue/green. the blue/green lights seem to rotate arounf the red/orange light. at times the craft appeared to trianglar. the lights seem to dance around the red/orange light light they were chasing each other. The fourth craft then split into three distinct objects. one blue/green ligh stayed stationary inthe south/west sky. the red/orange light drop straight to the ground. the other blue/green light shot of the north at high spped. the stationary light was still visible in the sky when we left at about 2315-2330

((NUFORC Note: We spoke with this witness, and her husband, both of whom submitted written reports of their sighting. Both parties appear to be exceptionally good observers, and both seem to be quite eloquent, and serious minded, individuals. They were standing with an estimated 50 other observers to the phenomenon at the time of the sighting. The witnesses estimated that the first three red "balls of light traveled from the southern sky to the northern sky, passing through an arc of an estimated 160 degrees, in approximately 10 seconds. PD))