Skip to comments.What just happened in sky over Los Angeles?
Posted on 06/19/2005 8:27:21 PM PDT by Finny
About ten minutes ago, Husband in hills behind Brea, between Brea and Chino Hills, spotted in the northwest what looked like something entering the atmosphere. We grabbed binoculars, and it was extremely high altitude, coming in, not going out. Anybody see it? Can probably still spot it further north, as in Pasadena, etc. Grab binocs and look.
Call Art Bell :-)
And so it begins.
Publicity stunt for War of the Worlds?
Meteor - I saw one one evening years ago while talking to a friend while I was leaving his place - it was so quick I didn't have time to tell him to look! It was low in the horizon looking south from del Norte Tejas area ...
Now that the trial is over, the mothership has come to take Michael home.
I'm sending him a telepathic message now.
More into: it was a twin forked burn, like two burners going north and when saw with binocs white flash at point of it like somethign burned second burn and kept going and going with twinforked V all the way over the horizon .. and started curving to the north, made slow gradual turn to the north ... meteor, not not a meteor, twin tailed thing, somethign manned, or something reentering the atmosphers. Now is probably over Fresno by now! Been half hour ago since he first spotted it (sorry, my timing was off) .. still light outside, sun is catching the burn -- NOT a contrail, not a jet, it's a burn.
Seriously, this isn't a joke. This is serious -- someboyd up by Sacrament, quick, grab some binocs and look for it.
Just another chunk of OZONE falling to earth...nothing to worry about...move along...
It's Al Gore!!!
Pinging for later.
I saw it too, FWIW. Big object, very high, most DEFINITELY NOT A METEOR. Twin-forked burn.
Landing in Roswell NM
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