Go Back Report # 1220



Michigan Object Goes into Lake Huron


LAKE HURON -- We were camping on September 12, 2009, at Lake Huron Campground, at 9:25 p.m., and noticed four very bright red/pink lights. The four lights were in a perfect geometric form similar to a cross and did not blink or lose their form from the time we saw them until they moved from north to south. They flew toward us in perfect formation, then suddenly the two center lights dimmed and disappeared. The top and bottom lights went out at the same time. We thought that the lights may have been flares, but a plane’s altitude would have been very low to drop them and we heard nothing. Also, the lights did not flicker or vary from their exact formation. If they were flares, the lake breeze would have caused some shift in formation and flickering.


After the red lights went out, we noticed a dark shadowy object moving east faster than any jet from where the red lights had been. As it moved east, it got lower and flew over Lake Huron. It was three treetops in size as it descended towards the water, and we saw flickers of white light directly underneath the object similar to a reflection of light that was shimmering off moving water. It kind of sparkled under the object. The object was darker than the starlit night sky and appeared as if covered by black camouflage fabric. It made absolutely no noise and appeared to vanish either onto or into Lake Huron. My husband and I both have Master's Degrees; we're intelligent, reputable individuals. Thanks to MUFON CMS.


Reference for the above text is: Filer’s Files # 39 - 2009 - Heavy East Coast Activity, posted 09-23-2009, retrieved January 19, 2011.




North America – United States, Michigan

Lake Huron                     Latitude 44-05-00 N, Longitude 082-47-30 W (D-M-S)

Lake Huron Campground    Latitude 43-29-54 N, Longitude 082-34-00 W

Reference: http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/f?p=139:1:584016604572706



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