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Date: December 7, 1983
Location: Cedarburg
County: Ozaukee

Source: Cedarburg, WI News-Graphic Pilot, March 26, 1984

Details of Incident:

UFO sighting being probed

A Cedarburg woman who claims to have seen an unidentified flying object here in December was featured last Tuesday on More, the WISN-TV hour magazine program.

The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, was westbound on Pioneer Road near the I-43 on-ramp on Dec. 7 when she claims she saw "the biggest, brightest light I have ever seen in my life." She was returning home to her apartment with her two children, ages 13 and 7.

In a telephone conversation with a Cedarburg Police dispatcher shortly after the alleged sighting, the woman described the UFO as "round, but not perfectly round."

The UFO was hovering not far from the ground, according to the woman, "about two telephone poles high."

The woman went on to say that the flying object had blue and green lights, and windows in front, with a nose cone shaped like a wok handle. When she got out of her car, the UFO disappeared to the southeast.

The incident, which occurred shortly after 9 p.m., is still being investigated by the Aerial Phenomenon Research Organization (APRO), founded in 1952 in Sturgeon Bay.

Donald Schmitt and Richard Heiden, two UFO researchers affiliated with APRO, also appeared on the show Thursday. Schmitt said a preliminary investigation had turned up no evidence of planes or hot air balloons in the area at the time of the alleged sighting.

"It's rare to have a sighting reported in Wisconsin," said Schmitt, who noted only one or two reports a year. Two or three sightings are reported worldwide on a daily basis, according to Schmitt.


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