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Occurred : 7/21/2001 22:05 (Entered as : 7/21/01 22:05)
Reported: 7/22/2001 07:56
Posted: 3/4/2003
Location: Dundee, WI
Shape: Circle
Duration:1 hour
Multiple colored objects seen in Dundee, Wisconsin

I was at Benson's Hideaway in Dundee, WI and at around 10:05PM a very bright, large circular object was seen coming over the hill across the lake. The object moved across the sky and at several different points it lit up even brighter. Then it dropped something orange several times. I saw 3 of these types of objects at approximately 5 minute intervals. After they got a certain distance they seemed to fade and disappear. None of these 3 objects made any noise. At approximately 10:20PM at the same location I saw a smaller orange object and two blue objects coming from the side of the lake I was on. The two blue objects were circling around the orange object. They looked like they were dancing in the sky. They moved across the sky for a short distance,then seemed to hover and circle around each other. This happened for approximately 5-10 minutes. Then one of the blue lights shot across the sky at an amazing speed, and at the same time the orange light fell straight down. The one blue light that was left hovered in it's position by itself for over a half hour. There were atleast 20 other people who saw these objects. They definately were not airplanes, hot air balloons, or kites.

((NUFORC Note: We spoke with this witness, and his wife, 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. The husband has served in the military, and is an experienced investigator of UFO reports. They both 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))