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Date of Incident: February 8th, 2006
Time of Incident: 6:20 pm
Location of Incident:
Poy Sippi, Waushara County

Other Related Reports: Not Applicable
Source of Report: UFOWisconsin.com online sightings report form by name withheld

Details of Incident:  

as I was driving home from school, I noticed two orange-yellow rows of lights in the sky.I was heading west,and the lights appeared in a sw direction. If i were to compare to a known object, I would say drag strip starting lights laying siedeways.The lights flashed in sequence from left to right, and half way back, then quickly fading out. It was a cold day, about 10 to 15 degrees, clear skies, moon low on eastern horizon. When I got home I asked my wife if she saw the lights in the sky, she said yes and she had seen them the day before and then descibed the same lights in the same area, roughly at the same time the previous day.



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