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Date of Incident: March 14th, 2009
Time of Incident: Around 9 at night
Location of Incident: Green Bay, Brown County

Source of Report: UFOWisconsin.com online sightings report form by Sean B.

Details of Incident:

My friends and I were driving around in a neighborhood when I noticed a large flying triangle above our car, it was black with the nightsky but there were 3 white lights on each corner. I figured it was a plane but the object stopped over the highway near the street we were on. It sat there for about 5 minutes floating a couple hundred feet off the ground before it took off southwest. 2 days later I was hanging out with another friend who was not there but lives in the area, and he asked me if I seen the UFO as well, he informed me that after it took off into the distance, it turned orange.





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