More Strange UFO Sightings
In Sandusky County, Ohio
From Kenny Young <>
Wednesday, July 7, 1999 - 10:30 p.m. Clyde, OHIO [Sandusky County]
A UFO sighting was reported in Sandusky County, Ohio on Wednesday, July 7 to the Sandusky County Sheriff's office. According to a report appearing in the Fremont News-Messenger, a local newspaper serving the region, an object was allegedly observed for an extended duration in the 5300 block of East Ohio 101.
The report states: Fremont News-Messenger July 8, 1999 "Reported to Sandusky Co. Sheriff"
Terry Fox, no address listed, 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, reported seeing a round metallic object in sky in the 5300 block of East Ohio 101 near Clyde. The object sat still then moved left and right before moving again.
Had five or six lights or windows and through binoculars looked like stripes or bars on the windows. Watched it for about 45 minutes before it dipped below the tree line. Also, saw unexplained red lights near the ground.
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This is yet another report from an ongoing string of sightings that have puzzled residents in Sandusky County, Ohio. UFOs have been reported in this area since March 11, and all known reports have been announced to law enforcement offices within the region by citizen advisement.
At 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 14, 1999, a Mr. John Pasch reported to the Sandusky County Sheriff's office that he observed three lights in the sky about tree level, one very bright and two dim. The lights quickly disappeared. For details, see - < At 9:42 p.m. on Sunday, April 11, 1999, Timothy R. Twiss, Shawn Robinson, informed officers at the Fremont, Ohio police headquarters that a saucer shaped object was seen while they were driving in the area of Atkinson Elementary School on Brush Street. The object had was described as bright white with green lights in the front and back. As they were watching, the object suddenly "took off like a bolt of lightning." For details, see - < At 11:36 p.m. on Sunday, March 14, 1999, Deputy Amor with the Sandusky County Sheriff's Office responded to a citizen complaint regarding a suspected UFO sighted near Routes 712 and 126. In his report, the deputy observed an object he was "unable to identify through his field glasses." He finalized his report by adding: "The object did not appear to be posing a threat or acting in any way that could have been interpreted as hostile." For details, see - <
At 11:45 p.m. on Thursday, March 11, 1999, a female motorist traveling on State Route 101 in the area of County Road 260 observed what she thought to be an object triangular in shape with three round lights on the bottom. The object departed 'as a shooting star would travel.' The motorist alerted the Sandusky County Sheriff's office of the matter, and they advised her to notify the National UFO Reporting Center. For details, see - <
Kenny Young 7-9-99 -- UFO Research