UFOs Over The Mid-West: The 1994 Lake Michigan Incident
By Sarah Norman | February 10, 2024
Six Glowing Orbs Over Lake Michigan
On March 8, 1994, a quiet night along the shores of Lake Michigan would become the epicenter of one of the most widespread UFO sightings in history. Bright, multi-colored orbs materialized over the water, captivating the attention of residents as far south as the Indiana state line. These mysterious lights danced erratically across the night sky, sparking panic and curiosity. Local police were inundated with over 300 calls from concerned citizens, and even the National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed the presence of large, unidentified objects in the sky over the lake. What transpired that night remains a baffling enigma, explored in a Netflix Unsolved Mysteries episode.
Witnesses from different locations along Lake Michigan recounted similar experiences. One resident, Cindy Pravda of Grand Haven, Michigan, vividly recalled the sight of five or six glowing orbs in the night sky. She watched them for half an hour, describing their strange movements. These orbs moved unpredictably, at times disappearing and reappearing in an instant. Pravda's account mirrored those of many others, including the Graves family from Holland, Michigan, who witnessed six red and white lights above their barn.
People Saw The Orbs All The Way To Indiana
Sightings extended from Ludington, Michigan, to the Indiana state line, spanning a distance of 200 miles. Both the police and the Michigan chapter of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), a prominent UFO research organization, received numerous calls about the mysterious lights. However, what sets this incident apart is the involvement of a radar operator from the National Weather Service, which adds a whole layer of authenticity to this story.