Michigan witness photographs ‘car-size’ oval object in sky

Roger Marsh

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A Michigan witness at Three Oaks reported watching and photographing an oval object the size of a car at 8:50 a.m. on February 21, 2023, according to testimony from the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC).

The witness was leaving home when something very bright was noticed that appeared to be “car size” in the sky.

The reporting witness stated that the object was a “small, car-size oval coming from the trees into the city.”

The witness continued to watch.

“I looked to my right to see a UFO in the woods by a cornfield. My mom ignored me and we kept driving.”

Cropped version of witness image.Photo byNational UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC).

The two stopped at a gas station. The witness went inside to make a purchase, but returning to the vehicle realized Mom had now seen the object. Two photos were taken.

“We then followed the UFO down the highway for two minutes until it went inside a cloud.

The report included two images, filed on February 22, 2023, and released for public viewing on March 6, 2023. Witness quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to NUFORC or to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).

Please remember that most UFO reports can be resolved as something natural or man-made. These raw reports are for information only as investigators review the facts and attempt to resolve the case.

Three Oaks is a village in Three Oaks Township, MI, population 1,622.


Michigan was rated 13th in total U.S. UFO sightings for May 2023 with 13 cases filed, according to the MUFON June 2023 newsletter. Michigan shared the rating with Maryland and Missouri. California topped the list with 45 cases.

There were 35 oval cases reported nationally in May 2023.

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ROGER MARSH is a media content producer with works in print, film, television, web, and stage. His “UFO Traffic Reports” published more than 7,000 times since 2009. He was a case researcher for the History channel’s “Hangar 1: The UFO Files.”

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