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A Waunakee policeman's description of a UFO sighting struck a familiar chord with a 13-year-old boy here.
Nicholas Trudeau, of 1777 Milldrum St., said what the Waunakee officer described in news accounts this week (see Report) as a moon-shaped object with red and blue lights sounds a lot like what he saw on June 27.
Nicholas said he was standing in his parent's back yard about 4:30 p.m. when a "brilliant red" object "popped" into the sky above a grove of trees about 60 feet from him.
He described the object as a perfect sphere - "the size of a giant beach ball" - that glowed in the middle.
"It had something like an antenna coming off the bottom," he said.
Nicholas said he watched the object for about two minutes before it darted into a cloud.
"It gradually gained speed until it was travelling really fast," he said.
The object also changed colors, from red to blue to black, Nicholas said.
There was something strange about the cloud, too, he said.
"It was just a nice breezy day," but the cloud the object darted into resembled a thunderhead, Nicholas said.
The cloud was the only one of its kind in the sky, he said.
Nicholas said the object, black inside the cloud, was visible for about 20 seconds before suddenly disappearing.
What happened next was just as surprising as the first appearance of the object, he said.
"The cloud just sort of folded up on itself," Nicholas said.
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