Monday, March 15, 2010

The Battle of Los Angeles:
An Eyewitness Account To Be Presented This Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 - 8:00 p.m.

Battle of Los Angeles
Scotty Littleton
By MUFON-LA
3-15-10

     Scott Littleton, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology from Occidental College, will present a remarkable eyewitness account of a mysterious flying object that "attacked" the L.A. Basin in the early 1940s.

In the early morning hours of February 25,1942, a mysterious object cruised the skies of Southern California from the Santa Monica Mountains to Orange County. Scott Littleton, who was eight years old at the time, witnessed the event and will describe for us how he and his mother stood in front of their Hermosa Beach home watching the glowing object, surrounded by searchlight beams and a profusion of exploding anti-aircraft shells, as it passed almost directly overhead. The object glided slowly and silently along the edge of the ocean at about 8,000 feet, traveling from north to south. It eventually veered inland and disappeared from view over Redondo Beach.

Littleton will discuss a number of theories that have been put forward over the years to explain what the object was: from a lone Japanese observation plane, to an errant barrage balloon, to a flock of wayward sea birds! He will then share his own conclusion with us that it was a bona fide UFO, most likely extraterrestrial in origin. Littleton will also address the rumor he came across in his research that the object had eventually crashed into the Pacific Ocean off of northern San Diego County, only to be retrieved later by the U.S Navy.

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 - 8:00 p.m.
At the Unitarian Universalist Church
(Inside the Fellowship Hall)
12355 Moorpark St..
Studio City, CA 91604
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MUFON Orange County

Wednesday Mar. 17, 2010
7:30 pm to 10:15 pm
Neighborhood Community Center
1845 Park Ave, Costa Mesa
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5 comments :

  1. someone needs to get this on video!

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  2. Any mysterious lights on the West Coast from Pearl harbor to the end of the war were most likely one of Yamamoto's terror trial. You might be surprised that the Japanese were not particularly interested in quelling any fears or clearing up any mysteries about their attempts to strike the US from the west coast.

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  3. Please before giving too much credence to a first hand account, listen to this story. 2 Years ago I spent 30 minutes staring at Venus with 2 co-workers at 1:00am. During that time they saw, lights seperate from venus fly around and return, they saw venus darting around in the sky, they saw it pulsating and changing colors. I stood next to them the whole time and saw venus, because I knew what I was looking at. No movement, no lights peeling off and returning, no changing colors. Morale... Stare at any point of light long enough and it'll start to do something. Not saying there are not UFOs, but I believe far too many mundane explainable events become mysterious sightings due to poor eyesight and active imaginations.

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  4. Good Day Portland Magician,

    Scotty has been interviewed
    many times, and one can be found here:
    http://tinyurl.com/ycy52vn


    Cheers,
    Frank

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  5. Good Day blib,

    You wrote:

    Any mysterious lights on the West Coast from Pearl harbor to the end of the war were most likely one of Yamamoto's terror trial . . ..Stare at any point of light long enough and it'll start to do something. Not saying there are not UFOs, but I believe far too many mundane explainable events become mysterious sightings due to poor eyesight and active imaginations.

    Your comment indicates that you are not familiar with events of Feb 24-25; might I suggest that you search this site for the myriad of articles that here recounting the event.

    Cheers,
    Frank

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