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My girlfriend and I frequently go to Koziczkowski Park (off Minnesota near Church street) on nice nights to walk and talk. This night we had just come from her concert at UWSP. It was a clear night with no wind. Neither of us had been drinking (or using any other substances) and we were very much awake.
We sat at a picnic table facing West when out of the corner of my eye, through a bare tree to my left (South) I saw a hazy, light-colored cloud passing quickly beyond the tree. At first I thought it was a grocery bag floating above in the breeze, but it was silent and moving incredibly fast given there was no wind. I rubbed my eyes and blinked as it emerged from the tree traveling quickly towards the Northeast.
I would describe the object as about a dozen or so, oval-shaped, dim lights (although I suspect they were circular and appeared oval from my perspective) moving within the confines of a dark background.
Think of a flock of birds in the air. They all move in the same direction at about the same speed, but their positions in relation to one another fluctuate as they travel due to wind, pressure, and their individual flying efforts.
It was a long winter, so this is about the time of year geese migrate back to Canada. If not a grocery bag, it must have been geese, right? Geese make noise--and lots of it. They also fly in a V-formation and don't travel at night.
What about another flock of birds? Sure, but only if the birds are large, emit light, and fly at incredible speeds. There was definitely a presence of a dark object, possibly disc-shaped, with about a dozen lights on the underside.
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