Witnesses have reported UFO activity over Lake Odessa in Michigan, US, on the 1st of November, 2012 at 7:00 PM. This report has been obtained from a testimony included in the database of Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), as filed on the 3rd of November, 2012.
The witness describes how her husband was the first to observe some unusual objects in the sky. She also describes the colour, shape and location of the objects as reported by her husband.
"My husband was coming home and saw the first object which looked like a big red, yellow and blue flaming ball coming from the northwest."
She also mentions how her husband came across another man observing these objects as well.
“As he drove through town he saw a man standing outside his car looking at the object on the main street.”
She further tells us how she was asked by her husband to come out of the house, and what she saw after venturing out of her house.
“He called me and told me to go out and look and I saw a big red ring with a yellow center pulsing cross over my house then arc to the south west over Jordan lake and fade out.”
The witness then talks about sighting a second UFO while going into the house. She asked her daughter to follow those objects as well, who was unable to do so as a tree blocked her view.
"As I was going to go in I noticed a second one coming from the north east and called m y daughter on the other side of town. She came out and saw the big red light but then the trees blocked her sight."
The witness, along with her mother and husband, also encountered the object changing its colour, shape and path. He also describes the direction in which the UFO disappeared.
"My husband was now home and my mother came outside we saw the red light fade out and then we could see a big grey circle with a solitary red light going around the outer edge.
The light finally stopped on one spot then the object faded out going south over the lake."
Finally, she describes their speed and sound, and also tells us what she thought of those objects.
"Neither made any noise and they were way too fast to be a balloon. The fading effect might have been from entering clouds."
The above quotes were edited for clarity. We request the readers to keep in mind that many reports of UFO sightings can be explained scientifically as natural phenomenon.
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The American Meteor Society has received over 60 reports of a bright meteor that occurred near 06:10 CDT on Tuesday morning October 30, 2012, over the southern mid-western states. Reports were received as far south as Alabama and Louisiana, as far north as Illinois, as far east as Kentucky and Tennessee, and as far west as Texas and Oklahoma. Brightness estimates of this fireball vary considerably, but the average lies near magnitude -13, which is equivalent to the light produced by the full moon.
We are near the peak time of year for Taurid meteors, which are known to produce colorful fireballs.
October 30th 2012 Fireball Over Southern Mid-West USA | American Meteor Society