UFOs over Lake Michigan Seen amidst Chicago Flying Humanoid Flap

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A UFO sighting in May over Lake Michigan is the second such sighting to be reported during the recent flying humanoid flap in Chicago, after a similar glowing ball was seen in April.  The more recent sighting took place on May 3rd, and was reported to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).  It is listed under case number 83492.

The witness who filed the report was with his girlfriend, and initially believed the object to be the planet Venus, until it started ascending in a 'ladder pattern.'  The couple who witnessed the UFO were reportedly in a high rise next to Lake Michigan.  

According to the report, the witnesses were "looking out our high rise window at lake Michigan. the pulsating and brightness of the object and how it just appeared out of nowhere. i thought the object was Venus. the object was clearly moving in a ladder formation this was observable for a long period of time by both of us. i was dumbfounded when my girlfriend pointed out that the object was moving. the object finally went behind another building and we could no longer see it."

The UFO in April was seen just after the witness had encountered a large, bat-like creature, and was reportedly a green ball of light that moved along the horizon.  The flying humanoid flap in Chicago began on March 22nd of 2017, and is currently still in progress, with the latest sighting having been reported as of June 17th.  All of the creature sightings have taken place within a few miles of Lake Michigan.  Some experts have pointed out the similarities between the winged being in Chicago and the Point Pleasant, West Virginia, Mothman sightings of the 1960s; both of which have UFO activity that has been reported in the vicinity of the creature sightings.

To report a sighting, contact Lon Strickler at lonstrickler@phantomsandmonsters.com or call him directly at 410-241-5974; or fill out UFO Clearinghouse's contact form.

You can view a timeline of the flying humanoid sightings so far here, and an interactive map here.

Tobias Wayland