New Documentary Reveals Exciting Details About Mass UFO Sightings Over Lake Michigan

One of these objects was moving 20 miles in less than a second. That means they were traveling at 115,000 kilometers per hour. That’s fast enough to fly from New York to Los Angeles in just two minutes.

Now that UFOs have become a “thing” it is important to look back. In doing so, we can re-examine some of the most reported UFO sightings in history. On March 8, 1994 something supernatural happened in Lake Michigan, USA. More than 300 residents reported seeing strange lights in the sky. Some of these lights traveled at incredible speeds. Some of them did amazing stunts. And UFOs were seen hovering over the water. Although nearly three decades have passed since the events took place, the case remains a mystery. The reboot of the legendary Netflix series Unsolved Mysteries is trying to solve the mystery.

Jack Bushong

Mass UFO sighting
That night residents living along the shores of Lake Michigan observed one of the largest UFO sightings in the world. Luminous orbs dancing erratically in the night sky were seen as far south as the Indiana state line over the water. Many people reported the strange flying objects to the local police. In addition, concerned citizens called the police more than 300 times. It was later confirmed by the National Weather Service (NWS) that there were large objects in the sky above the lake, objects that were not airplanes. Using the radar system, NWS meteorologist Jack Bushong in charge of his Muskegon County Airport office at the time recorded the coordinated rapid speed and movement of these objects.

Although the meteorologist performed this feat while communicating with local police who verified the UFOs’ high speeds and impossible maneuvers, he declined to discuss the incident on professional grounds.

Additionally. the NWS also asked him not to speak to the media about the matter for fear of losing his credibility or being ridiculed by his peers. However, Bushong admitted to seeing UFOs from Lake Michigan in 1994 after retiring from the NWS in 2016. He made that statement in the Something in the Sky episode of Unsolved Mysteries, which premiered on Tuesday, October 18th.

Planes or Not?
The objects appeared to be airplanes in every respect. However, they didn’t act like it was the case. As a result of the amount of energy returned by the echoes, we know that they were solid, smooth and highly reflective objects. A triangular formation was observed on radar returns as the UFOs came and flew at an altitude of approximately 2,000 meters. One of the objects, the northernmost light rose 32 km over the lake’s waters and hovered over it.

Several other people formed a triangle again and hovered for a few seconds. Also, during the documentary, Bushong said that he couldn’t think of anything in nature that had done what the UFOs were doing, noting that it looked like they were trying to draw attention to themselves.

High speed
“In that area of ​​southern Lake Michigan, they stopped and stayed for several hours. I watched them all the time. I could see dozens and dozens of other objects along the way. The team did maneuvers like flying from 1,000 meters or 1,500 meters down to 15,000 meters in a matter of seconds,” he said. “One of these objects was moving 20 miles in less than a second. That means they were traveling at 115,000 kilometers per hour. That’s fast enough to fly from New York to Los Angeles in just two minutes. Bushong concluded, “I don’t know of any technology that can travel at that speed.” Bushong ruled out any meteorological explanation for the occurrence.

Furthermore, Bushong’s desire to continue working motivated him to remain silent for so long. Having worked for the NWS for only three years at the time of the Lake Michigan incident, he had not developed the strong scientific reputation he had developed over decades of service. He still feared mockery even after he was promoted

UFO/UFO Report
In 2016, after retiring from the NWS, he started sharing his experiences with small media outlets. After the UAP Report was released in June 2021, he felt confident enough to speak out. UFOs/UFOs have been officially recognized as a matter of national security by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in this document. According to Bushong, knowing that the military and government were taking UFOs seriously prompted him to reexamine his own experience. Bushong plans to publish his investigation as an open source work as well.

What the people of Lake Michigan observed that night remains a mystery. Based on the available information we can conclude that the objects were moving too irregularly and too fast to be planes, helicopters or balloons. These features are eerily similar to the UFOs that have been encountered by Navy pilots in recent years. This leads us to believe that whatever the people of Lake Michigan saw was probably not of this land.

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