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Date: July 14, 2002 5:45PM
Location: Milwaukee
County: Milwaukee

Source: UFO Wisconsin Report by Bruce S.

Details of Incident:


I was at a cookout at my friends house on July 14th. We were helping my buddies daughter track down jets in the sky. At around 5:45 P.M. (it was sunny and clear) my cousin saw a jet and pointed it out to the child. He then stated to me, " What's that next to the jet?" I looked and I figured it was Venus or a new supernova or something. We argued back and forth whether or not the thing was moving, and eventually it started to move. I kept track of it for 2-3 min. and watched it slowly fade away. Now I know well enough that you cannot see "normal" stars in clear daylight, I know what a plane looks like and it definitely was no bird. There were 3 other witnesses also. The object looked like a normal white star, with no pulsing. It's distance was very, very high. It's motion was very slow, with a slow fade.

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