The lights, which were moving at an incredible speed and appeared to have come from above the thin cloud layer on the night of December 1, left witnesses in the U.S. state of Wisconsin believing that they saw an Unidentified Flying Object.
Residents in Wisconsin have shared videos of strange lights in the skies this month in what is being seen as a possible UFO sighting.
A report by the Daily Mail on Monday said the videos showed white lights zipping across the sky over the rolling farmland near West Bend and Fredonia.
The lights, which were moving at an incredible speed and appeared to have come from above the thin cloud layer left witnesses believing that they saw a UFO.
Kimberly, who is a salon owner from West Bend, shared videos of the possible UFO sighting after she saw bright lights flashing over the sky while she was driving on a rural road in West Bend at around 10:45 p.m..
At the same time, Ken, a former police officer and financial services worker in Fredonia, spotted the strange lights in the sky over the fields outside his house and recorded the phenomenon.
Videos shared by both residents captured a moment where 4 of the lights appear in a row and a 5th light, flying from the left, joins the formation.
Another area resident, Andrea Lynn, also saw these strange lights.
Taking to social media, Lynn shared 4 videos of the sighting outside her house in Howard, about 80 miles North .
These lights were seen also on December 2.
About 35 miles away in Greenfield, Chris Novak was travelling with his family in a car to the Candy Cane Lane lights in West Allis.
Chris's wife alerted him about odd lights in the sky as the car was heading North on Interstate 43 over the Fox River overpass at about 6:55 p.m.
This news of a possible UFO sighting in the U.S. comes as the Pentagon received several hundreds of new UFO reports but there was no evidence of alien life, so far.
The All domain Anomaly Resolution Office, AARO, a new Pentagon office, was set up in July this year to track unidentified objects in the sky, underwater or in space.
Recently, the AARO's director Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick told reporters that the Pentagon received several hundreds of new UFO reports.
Dr. Kirkpatrick did not rule out the possibility of extraterrestrial life and said he was taking a scientific approach to the research.