|Occurred : 5/25/2002 23:15 (Entered as : 5-25-02 23:15)
Reported: 6/28/2002 1:34:42 PM 13:34
Location: Kenosha, WI
|Lights coalesced from the north, flashed red yellow and blue, flew in large circles, and dissapeared again to the north.
I was driving home relatively late. I was to the west of Kenosha near Wind Lake when I first noticed the lights. I thought they were aurora borealis, very dim and distant, so I stopped to look for minute. That's when I noted that the light seemed to be moving toward my position. Within about thirty seconds, what were initially long streaks of light coalesced into three very distinct orbs of varying color. They shifted from red, to a blinding yellowish/white, to a cool blue. It did not come very close to the ground, nor did it make any very sharp movements or sound, but it was definitely moving; it plotted large concentric circles over an approximate area of 1 square mile. Then it dimmed and sort of disintegrated. I've driven that route many times and have seen nothing like it before or since.
((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that date is approximate. PD))