The Battle Of Los Angeles: Most Documented UFO Case In History!
February 25, 2011: PR Web Editors / PR Web via SOTT.net – February 25, 2011
Posted as today marks the 69th Anniversary of this mysterious event… – SJH
[This is the single most heavily documented UFO case in the history of UFOs.]
Mission Hills, California — On March 11, 2011 and March 15, 2011, there are two Hollywood films being released… “Battle: Los Angeles”, a $100 million dollar film and “Battle Of Los Angeles”, which is being called a “Mockbuster” film.
The third film being made is Jose Escamilla’s “The Battle of Los Angeles.” This fact filled documentary reveals the truth of the early morning of February 25, 1942, which is the story premise behind the two Hollywood films.
In Jose Escamilla’s film, you are taken back to experience the Battle as it occurred. Over a million people witnessed our military firing at a huge UFO that hovered over Culver City, California for more than an hour and a half. The searchlights, the sirens and the military barrage against the Mystery Invader caused more damage to the neighborhoods below, than to the visitor itself. Thousands of rounds of anti-aircraft shrapnel were fired at what was described as being a five hundred foot in diameter craft from another world.
The UFO traveled slowly all the way down to Long Beach and it was assaulted again by military fire at Fort MacArthur still remaining unscathed by the fire power. The UFO headed southward toward Seal Beach when it suddenly darted back to Culver City. It again remained motionless above the communities below while the military opened up another barrage of fire. The UFO then hovered a half hour before flying away over the Pacific Ocean never to be seen again.
There were other occurrences that early morning. While the huge UFO was being attacked, many eyewitnesses reported seeing Mystery Planes high above in many parts of the skies over Southern California. These mystery planes numbered from ten to as many as fifty, that were coming in from the Pacific Ocean and being lit up by searchlights. Some of these mystery planes were silver in color and appeared like airplanes, but were traveling much faster and had a mysterious look to them. These mystery planes were also under attack. Ironically, there have been no records of any of the UFOs ever firing back.
The Battle of Los Angeles changed the lives of thousands of people that night. The details surrounding this incident make it the single most heavily documented UFO Case in the history of UFOs. This was the first time “a weather balloon” was used as an explanation by officials. This was the first time Official Denial was put in motion by authorities. This was the only time a UFO sighting was seen by Californians on a massive scale.
Jose Escamilla is currently in production on the film…
The Battle Of Los Angeles – Official Trailer
MSNBC News: “The Battle of LA” – 65th Anniversary
History Channel – Ancient Aliens: The Battle of Los Angeles 1942
CBS Shortwave Radio Broadcast 1942: The Battle Of Los Angeles
UFO Attacked By USA In 1942: The Battle Of Los Angeles
The Tonka Report Editor’s Note: I don’t often cover UFOs, but considering there are three films soon to be released, and the fact that today marks the 69th anniversary of this event… What the hell! – SJH
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