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Date: March 24, 1966 10:15PM
Location: Sheboygan
County: Sheboygan

Source: The Magonia Database compiled by Jacques Vallee and published in his book "Passport to Magonia." Database entry number 735.

Details of Incident:

Two women saw a glowing object on the road. As they came near it, they found that it hovered and showed two intense white lights, as well as a green and red light. The object was bowl-shaped, and they lost sight of it when they drove away. They saw it again later, flying low on a south-north trajectory.

Location: From La Crosse to Mauston

Source: Milwaukee Sentinel, Friday, March 25, 1966

UFO Sighted Near La Crosse

Tomah, Wis. - An unidentified flying object - variously described as red, white, blue and green - was sighted by police officers and citizens from La Crosse 60 miles east to Mauston Thursday night. Dale Trobridge, a Monroe county sheriff's deputy, said he had the object under observation for about 40 minutes.



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