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Date of Incident: October 30th, 2008
Time of Incident: 17:15:00
Location of Incident: Tomah, Monroe County

Source of Report: UFOWisconsin.com online sightings report form by name withheld.

Details of Incident:

I was driving on my way to work. I was on highway 131 south of tomah, heading for tomah. I was going up a hill with double lanes of traffic. To the left in the sky there was a shiny object and in a couple seconds it diseapeared. About five miles down the road. On a straight coming into some shortly i seen it again in the sky directly to my left. Then trees obstructed the view and i was going to work. So it was just a really kewl sight. What was amazing was seeing the object disapear. Before leaving the house i was actually discussing ufo's with friends.




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