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Sighting Reports 2006

Strange Object (Orb) Photographed by Deer Camera

Photo & Enlargement of Object Taken by Deer Camera
Object & Enlargement Taken by Remote Deer Camera

Map Showing Hollis, Oklahoma.
Hollis is About 150 Miles West-Southwest of Oklahoma City

Date of Sighting: June 30, 2006
Time of Sighting: 5:49 AM CDT
Date Reported: March 3, 2007
Location of Sighting: Hollis, Oklahoma (See Map)
Latitude: 34.71 Degrees North
Longitude: 99.9 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: (None Present - Remote Camera Snapped Photo)
Weather: Clear Skies. Visibility 7 Miles
Astronomical: Sunrise 6:27 CDT.

Description (In Witness's Own Words): We have a picture of this UFO. It was taken by a deer camera. The deer camera we have takes 3 pictures simultaneously whenever motion is sensed. A deer came up and it took three pictures. In the second picture this object appears in the top right corner. It is a circular object that has a white face and glows like the moon. We could see shades of red and blue around the edges when we blew it up. The thing that makes us believe its a UFO is that it appears to have a face. It has 2 eyes, a mouth, and what looks like to be a nose. NO EARS! Its about the size of a basketball. We tried to think of a possible explanation, but everything we could think of isn't possible. The camera was out there for about 2 weeks and took over 350 pictures and this is the only one has this thing in it. Please email back.

Additional Information Provided by Witness: Camera was facing the north. Camera uses a flash and is Moultrie 3.1 megapixel digital game camera. The witness says that other orbs at a longer distance were noticed in some other photos, but none were near as close and defined as in the above photo.

Investigator's Notes: I have no explanation for anomaly in the above photo. I am inclined to believe that it is an artifact of the photo process, but I can't prove that. The anomaly (orb) definitely is not due to the sun or "ball lightning" as sunrise was nearly one hour after the photo was taken and no thunderstorms were in the area.