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Date of Incident: November 29th, 2008
Time of Incident: 8:30 PM
Location of Incident: Hamburg, Marathon County

Source of Report: UFOWisconsin.com online sightings report form by Scott H.

Details of Incident:

Went out to my car around 8:30 PM and while walking out noticed a single object about a quarter of a mile away heading Southwest at a very slow pace. It was a clear night and for a few minutes it was stationary in the sky without any sound. Center light was bright red and pulsated lightly, and had two outer lights. The left light was a light blue and the far right was a white-green. Was stationary for about 6-7 minutes and then slowly headed Southwest and eventually went out of view behind the tree line. Object was quite large, much bigger than an airplane. I have seen many airplanes in the night sky and this was not an airplane.




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