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Dells & Lake Delton Residents Report UFO Sightings

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Wed, 07 May 2008 18:40:12 -0400
Archived: Wed, 07 May 2008 18:40:12 -0400
Subject: Dells & Lake Delton Residents Report UFO Sightings




Source: Wisconsin News.com - USA

http://www.wiscnews.com/wde/news//index.php?ntid=285040

Wednesday, May 7, 2008



Dells, Lake Delton Residents Report UFO Sightings

By Kay James, Dells Events

wde-news.nul

Accounts of bright moving lights in the sky and even alien
abduction have been reported from the Dells area, and UFO reports
can be found on a Web site and in a new book.

The site, www.ufowisconsin.com/ lists reports of the sightings
from across Wisconsin including in the Dells area and in other
nearby towns such as Baraboo, Portage, Oxford, Lyndon Station.
The Web site and the book, "UFO Wisconsin: A Progress Report" are
the work of paranormal researcher Noah Voss of Sun Prairie.

Voss has been trying to collect reports, identify and explain
UFOs for more than a decade. His interest in the subject started
as a child. He said in a phone interview that as far back as when
he was in grade school, he would write reports about UFOs and Big
Foot. "I've always been enthralled with mysteries," he said and
as he got older he went to space camp and then conferences on the
paranormal.

These days, he's a speaker at conferences on the unusual such as
a recent one in Madison. He will also be a speaker at four or
five more conferences this year, plus appearing on radio shows
and at book signings around the state.

Voss is also ready to check out UFO reports, although he concedes
those that report a bright light in the sky are the most
difficult to verify even while they are the most typical.
"There's not a lot of data to cross reference," he said referring
to reports of lights in the sky such as one in December 2007 from
people in Oxford. In that report, the family reported seeing a
"single, large, bright, golden light" that disappeared and then
five such lights appeared. Another in December 2004 from a
Wisconsin Dells person describes a solid red light in the sky
that turned strobe light.

Voss doesn't believe all the lights in the sky reported are alien
spacecraft. "It truly means unidentified objects, not aliens."
The lights could be ball lightening, flare drops, a hot air
balloon, military exercises or other "common or mundane
explanations."

One Lake Delton family in April 2001 reported on the Web site
seeing a balloon-like object floating in their home and lights
outside. The report goes on to say the family was abducted and
examined by aliens. The man claims to have an implant from the
aliens and having been abducted before as a child.

Most reports are just of lights in the sky. Some lights in the
sky are verified. Voss said one of the 100 reports in the book is
of lights seen by both a private pilot and the pilots in a major
airline. The pilots described the lights in different ways and
thought it might be a search light, except it seemed to bounce
around the plane and moved quickly closer than further away. That
light showed up on radar and it wasn't any known aircraft, Voss
said. The pilots spotted it southeast of Madison and watched it
for some time, before it turned north. It could have continued
into the Dells area.

Sometimes lights can be verified through checks of flight data
and other information, Voss said. "I'm not able to check each
one."

The reports on the Web site are self-reported and anyone can make
a report. Most do not include a full name, but only the location
and date.

When a UFO supposedly lands than Voss said, it can be checked
with scientific equipment such as radiation detectors or physical
evidence may be left behind.

Voss's book lists the top five Wisconsin UFO hotspots, but the
Dells did not make the list. The top five are Long Lake, Elmwood,
Belleville, Madison and Milwaukee. The book, which sells for
$14.95, is available on the Web site, at Book World, Barnes &
Noble and Amazon.com.


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