June 17, 2013 – Menasha, Wisconsin – 2:30 PM CDT



Description: I was walking and saw that a really dark storm was moving in. Looking up at the clouds and the storm moving in I saw chrome ball about the size of basketball hovering about 150 feet from me above houses right before storm. Object then moved very slowly away and then vanished. I took a few pictures on my cell phone. This occurred today around 2:30 PM in Menasha, WI

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4 Responses to June 17, 2013 – Menasha, Wisconsin – 2:30 PM CDT

  1. unknown says:

    Where can I find this photograph to compare?

  2. Barbara G. says:

    I have see these before, but I’m beginning to think they may be natural phenomena that simply hasn’t been explained.

  3. Kenneth Larson says:

    Did the Menasha UFO appear in the sky so as to cause the storm to occur? Or did the UFO appear because of the storm? Do UFOs have control over the planet Earth or did the UFOs with an intelligent Creator help create and design the Earth? “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1).

  4. Joel Wesley Small says:

    Please tell this alert Wisconsonite that he or she has photograped a kind of object that has been moving through the skies at least before and during World War Two! If this person cares to find it, there is a photo taken by a Japanese pilot during said conflict on just such an object closely pacing his bomber formation. Thanks for the great report! Joel Small.

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