Last month, many strange lights were seen shooting across rural Wisconsin skies.

They were filmed by witnesses in multiple videos that were obtained by Daily Mail. A video from Dec. 1, 2022 showed bright white lights moving at high speed across cloudy skies over a farmland near West Bend and Fredonia, Wisconsin. The phenomena left witnesses believing that they had seen a true unidentified flying object (UFO).

The videos were shot by 52-year-old Kimberly, a salon owner from West Bend, and 54-year-old Ken, a former cop and financial services worker in Fredonia.

Kimberly said that she was driving home with her husband on Wallace Lake Road, West Bend, at around 10. 45 p.m. when they spotted something strange. It was just a few feet from their car. It looked like 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 said. The white object seemed to give off its own glow, and surprised the couple when it swooped in front of their car three more times. Then they started to see the white lights in the sky above them.

Ken started shooting after he saw the lights in the sky over the fields outside his home in Fredonia, Wisconsin. It was about five miles northeast of Kimberly.

A third witness, Andrea Lynn, was outside her home earlier that evening around 7 p.m, about 80 miles north in Howard, Wisconsin, when she spotted something strange. She filmed four videos of strange multicolored lights.

A footage of strange bright white lights dancing in the clouds was also posted on Facebook by Kenna and Tasha Lynn VanBrocklyn. Ken and Kimberly's sightings were first found by former FBI agent Ben Hansen, who is the host of the show "UFO Witness." He worked with Daily Mail to investigate the cases. Hansen said that when you take into consideration the totality of the circumstances of what was witnessed and where it was shot, "this case just becomes more and more compelling." He shared that it's interesting to note that the majority of "worldwide UFO sightings are now reported as 'light anomalies' and not traditional shapes such as disks, cylinders, or triangles that normally come to mind."

Meanwhile, the U.S government's UFO office has been asked to re-investigate an alleged 1945 crash of a strange object in New Mexico. It is dubbed as the "Roswell before Roswell," reported Daily Mail. Last month, a new military spending bill signed into law by President Joe Biden was specifically amended to incorporate the intriguing case into a historic review of UFO incidents. They are to be conducted by the Department of Defense.

Jaques Vallée, a former contractor for the government's UFO office, recently talked about the alleged August 1945 crash of an avocado-shaped "craft" on the edge of the atomic bomb testing site near San Antonio, New Mexico. It is about 100 miles from the infamous Roswell crash that happened two years later. He said that he was not involved in the drafting of the legislation, but his friends were, and "they got the date of the investigation pushed back to 1945."

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