We accept current and historical UFO reports. All reports are added to the database
as resources allow. We leave it up to the individual viewer to judge the
report based upon the content of the report itself. Videos and photos are added
if they are submitted. Reports are posted 'as is' received by us
here at UFOWisconsin.com. Any editing that may occur will typically look something like the following: '!@#$%^&*'.
We may edit out exact privately owned locations and some word choices for
liability issues. If anyone has any information regarding possible
causes of any exact sighting listed in our database, and their evidence, please send an email
to: "Director @ UFOWisconsin.com"
Would you like to see more from UFOwisconsin?
We'd be happy to do more, but need our loyal visitors help!
UFO Wisconsin has been publishing reports on unidentified flying
objects for more than a decade now. We have been a fluid and
changing organization as any endeavor of this scale funded directly out of
the pocket of the operator would be. For the last decade owner
and Director Noah Voss has gone without many times in order to continue
pushing ahead with keeping this website up on the Internet for all to
use and for free. Any support you can show is very much
appreciated and every bit of help really does make a difference.
Some current and always ongoing projects in need of funding are the
"Online UFO Report" form, and a revamped forum for people to
communicate and help each other!
There area many ways in which you can help!
1. Shopping online? Shop with us and make a huge difference in what
we can do to help others! Try checking out our Annual lists that
we put together for our dedicated visitors or visit our UFO Wisconsin Store page and find great ideas in gifts for any special occasionor holiday shopping during your favorite holiday. We have categorized our store page into different themes to make shopping fun, and easy!
2. Tell Your Friends, Family even
Enemies! Like and Follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Reddit,
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online. If UFO Wisconsin doesn't have a presence there, let us
know and we'll put it on our to-do list. Like us enough to start
a fan page on any online area you use? Great, go right ahead it
really does help get the word out and more visitors will allow us to do
3. Purchase the book UFO Wisconsin - A Progress Report by UFO Wisconsin Director Noah Voss.
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4. Simply come back and visit
our website anytime! The more visitors we have, the more power we have
to bring in new advertisers that will help us cover the cost of running
5. Make a donation! Big or
small we appreciate the gesture and the monetary help makes bringing
new reports and features to this website happen that much quicker!
6. Insert your genius ideas
here! That's right, we need your help to think outside the box. For
example, do you work at a place that sells books or has tourists?
Maybe approach the management to see if they would carry our book UFO Wisconsin - A Progress Report.
In a book store shopping, ask if they have a copy of UFO Wisconsin - A
Progress Report. If not, let them know that you would have liked the
chance to see it.
Do you have some mad webmaster skills? Do you like programing html or
more complex code? Want to volunteer some time to us? We've got some
great UFO Report Forms started, but need additional expertise to make
Maybe you work in Wisconsin at a place that could benefit from a little
more exposure online? Approach your management about purchasing ad
space on UFOwisconsin.com big or small, long or short!
Sightings database updated as often as resources allow, please feel free to check back the same.
Disclaimer: Due to limited resources UFOWisconsin.com has not
verified the validity of every UFO report published within UFOWisconsin.com.
All reports are added to the database 'as is' received. The sighting
reports posted have many possible explanations, including but not restricted to
stars, planets, airplanes, known natural earthly phenomena, hoaxes etc. We leave
it up to the individual viewer to judge the report based upon the content of the
report itself. As investigations occur, that information will be notated on the