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The Battle of Los Angeles

 

On a moonless night in February 1942, just eight weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor, a young Los Angeles woman who had volunteered as an air raid warden looked out her living room window and saw a massive aircraft that gave off a golden-orange light hovering above the city. Los Angeles was observing blackout regulations every night, so the craft appeared in the sky with wonderful clarity.

"I imagined it was some type of superweapon belonging to the Japanese," the woman recalled later. "And I should have been afraid of it. But it was so beautiful suspended in the night sky."

The next thing the air raid warden saw were Army fighter planes attacking the object. They flew in beautiful formation, fired at the craft and then swerved away. Wave after wave of fighters fired everything they had, but they made no impact on the object. As the planes fell back, the artillery batteries on the ground opened fire.

For half an hour, the guns blasted the object with high-explosive shells. Hundreds of eyewitnesses—by now the entire city was watching the battle—claimed they saw at least a dozen direct hits, but the craft showed no signs of damage. Nor did it return fire.

Suddenly, the golden-orange light began to pulse in slow, rhythmic waves. Then the mysterious aircraft disappeared.

 

 

 

It has been suggested that the picture that appeared in the Los Angeles Times on "February 26, 1942 capturing a "disc shaped object" surrounded by "exploding artillery shells" had been "doctored".

Below is the photograph produced from the original negative from the archives of the newspaper.
You decide real or fake . . .

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 Found these Cosplay girls using the search term "Battle of Los Angeles" - quite bizarre . . . but here they are for your pleasure and entertainment . . .

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"Battle Of L.A.", 1942 (UFO over Los Angeles)
 

 

 

 

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