Second Sun Described as Bright UFO

The witnesses were driving along I-94 in Van Buren County, MI, when they thought there were two suns in the sky.

Two Michigan witnesses driving along I-94 in Van Buren County reported watching and photographing a bright object in the sky that gave the appearance of being a second sun, according to July 3, 2012, testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness submitted one photo of the daytime scene with the MUFON report which was filed on July 3, 2012. The object was observed on March 3, 2011.

“It looked like there were two suns in the sky,” the witness stated. “One sun, the real sun was bigger, but there was a smaller one just as bright off to the left. It was the weirdest thing ever.”

The witness then took three image of the object.

“I expected to hear something about it on the news, but never did. Clearly other people had to see it, were driving down a highway. This is the first time I am talking about it.”

Only the single image was submitted with the MUFON report. No video was submitted with the report. Van Buren County is in southwestern Michigan, population 76,263.

Michigan is a current UFO ALERT 3 rating, with a high number of UFO sightings nationally. Michigan had 35 reports in May 2012 – the 4th highest reporting state while California had 84 reports – the highest reporting state in the nation.

You can read more details about other recently reported cases at the UFO Examiner.

2 thoughts on “Second Sun Described as Bright UFO

  1. Second sun sighting
    On July 24th 2011 my daughter and I saw the exact same thing. The difference being we were in British Columbia, Canada. We were unable to take a photo with both the sun and the reflection in the sky at the same time but did get a good shot of the second object to the left of where the sun was. If somebody could let me know where to send the phot’s I would appreciate it.

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