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UFO Over LA: Recent UFO Videos and Sightings

Updated on July 1, 2012
Original UFO over LA newspaper post in 1942
Original UFO over LA newspaper post in 1942

LA UFO Sighting June 25, 2012

There was a reported ufo sighting over LA June 25, 2012. This incident is credible to investigators because police officers were there looking at it themselves and had questions of what the origin of the object actually was. It took place in broad daylight. The object was very high in the sky and the female police officer in the video asked if it was a satellite or a planet. It remains to be unknown.

Besides the crappy background music, the video shows what appears to be an unknown object in the sky remaining in the same place for a considerable amount of time. The guy who recorded it was in a Skype meeting with another male about the unfolding video evidence. Listen to what they have to say and give your thoughts on this UFO sighting. It may be the real deal.

UFOs are on the rise this year and video evidence is starting to question the skeptic theories. The video above is the most recent of UFO videos to be captured over LA alone, not even mentioning where else in the world these reports are rising from. It may be a sign that the truth may finally come into the light. Another sighting of unidentified flying objects also occurred in California.

On June 19, 2012, A witness from the Los Angeles area of California witnessed what was described as a "fireball" over a freeway. This incident was reported to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database. In this particular report, ancient Pagan Gnostics believe these sightings are in the form of "human weaponry" of the mind by artificial life forms, maifesting these sightings from the human psyche. Whatever the reason, no one can deny the increased amount of UFO sightings over LA alone, and the recent gathering of UFO videos and images being taken. The brightness of the object faded in and out, and was about 400ft high above the witness.

The witness(s) identity is confidential but gave their account of the situation. He/she states that while on a 5 freeway passing Magnolia Blvd northbound, and seen a large orange illumination in the sky. The brightness of the object faded in and out, and was about 400ft high above the witness. The person drove under it, saying it looked like a ball of fire, along with another witness who didn't make a report. He or she says while getting a closer look at the object, it actually had flames coming from around it. It turned into a little spec when the person was driving off and disappeared. This recent UFO sighting over LA has no supporting videos or images.

The 1942 UFO over LA

This was the starting point of the unidentified flying objects phenomenon that occurs in the city of angels. As you can see in the image at the top of this article, the newspaper posting seems to explain the whole situation in just the title. It has made way for recent ufo reports, videos, and photography, whether scam or legitimate. Lets take a recap into what happened 70 years ago.

1942 UFO over LA

The battle of Los Angeles aka Great Los Angeles air raid lasted for two days. It was believed to be a band of anti-aircraft artillery barrage from enemy attackers. The thing about it is this happened three months after the United States of America entered World War II. This attack was originally thought to be from the Japanese army, seeing that we were at war with them during this time. The cover up stories and reports began coming in, saying it was lost weather balloons, stray flares, and shell bursts from adjoining batteries.

On February 24, 1942, a total blackout of Los Angeles county was ordered and air raid wardens were called to their positions. The Coast Artillery Brigade began firing 12.8 pound anti-aircraft shells at the "UFOs over LA" for hours. The incident began late night on the 24th and ended when the "all clear" siren was given 4:14am. The total blackout was lifted at 7:16am in the morning. Hours after the incident, Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox said it was a "false alarm" caused by anxiety and "war nerves." This incident remains to be unsolved 70 years later, just being one of many unidentified UFO cases happening over the skies of LA.


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    • wetnosedogs profile image


      6 years ago from Alabama

      Fascinating read.

    • mariexotoni profile image


      6 years ago

      wow this is pretty recent

      My sister lives in Honolulu, by pearl harbor base and an airport and I'm pretty sure what she described to me was a UFO. She described it as blue lights in the sky that were sort of flying in circles- not perfect circles.

      She's positive it wasn't a plane.. she tried to record it with her phone, but uh-her finger was over the lens. -_-

      anyways, voted up :)

    • mr williams profile imageAUTHOR

      mr williams 

      6 years ago from Norfolk, Virginia

      It could be. The important thing to do is keep an open mind. No one knows the absolute truth

    • wilmiers77 profile image


      6 years ago from Oklahoma City, OK

      UFO could be the Home Security or FBI's eye in the sky for detecting terrorist (of course any others, like drug trafficers).


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