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Strange lights filmed darting across the sky over rural Wisconsin

Strange lights filmed darting across the sky over rural Wisconsin

Several video clips have emerged of a peculiar phenomenon witnessed by multiple people on the same night.

On December 1st, a multitude of bystanders in Fredonia and West Bend captured the incident on camera. These towns are located in rural Wisconsin.

Spectators were mesmerized by the phenomenon that appeared as multiple white lights dancing in erratic and frenzied movement at an incredibly high speed.

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On their way home around 10:45pm, Kimberly and her husband noticed a peculiar figure hovering above them on Wallace Lake Road.

“All of a sudden we saw what looked to be a white owl swoop from the upper right hand top of the trees, down in front of the headlights, and up to the left,” she told Mail Online.

“We looked at each other and went, ‘okay, this is not an owl, what the heck is going on here?'”

“And as we’re both leaning forward into the windshield, we start seeing these lights, similar to what I caught in the video. We just couldn’t wrap our heads around what we were seeing.”

Could these mysterious lights have been extraterrestrial or was there some other rational explanation?

Though there is still some speculation, many suggest that these phenomena were not true physical objects in the sky but rather light radiating up from the ground. What could have been producing such a spectacle remains an unsolved mystery.

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