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Date: February 7, 2002 8:00PM
Location: Racine
County: Racine

Source: National UFO Reporting Center

Details of Incident:


A triangular shaped aircraft with three lights and a red haze-like glow seen in southern Racine County.

At approx. 8:00 pm (Central Time), on Thursday February 7, 2002, a triangular shaped object flew fairly low (only a few thousand feet up) over the south-eastern sky. It was flying south-east to north-west and was going at least twice the speed of normal aircraft I have seen in the area. As it traveled, it emitted no sound at all. It had three lights, one at each "tip", that were flashing in an odd pattern. It also had a red "haze" along one side, so I could clearly see it was triangular in shape.

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