I truly hope they include "TheBattle of LA", clearly the most compelling story I ever saw on UFO's
It happened in winter of 42 - right after the pearl harbor incident. The US was in the war and preparing for an attack on the West coast by Japan.
The LA Times clearly caught the saucer being tracked by a net of a dozen or so search beams in an othewise pitch black Los Angeles and YES the photo is all over the net. This was at a time when the term "flying saucer" did not even exist and the fact that the US Army verified that it fired 1,400 anti-aircraft shells weighting over 12 lbs apiece at it is proof that there was something there. those shells, btw, did much damage to property and killed people too, when they returned to earth, so it was not a practice drill, as some folks think could be the case.
I know folks don't like Rense but the pic is real, I've seen it in many other links including LA Times itself.
there is also a very small video of it as filmed by somebody in MGM studios, who just happened to be in the studio that night. that is one the web somewhere, too
anyway, maybe some day I'll start a new thread on it. there really is a lot to know about it. I do know that this amazing incident was all but forgotten by America because all people were interested in that night was.. .WAS IT JAPANESE? and DID WE GET IT? They were not even thinking about UFO's back then and particularly on that night, the start of war
another coupe for Ancient Aliens
Enjoy the night, mon amis
Edited by Earl.Of.Trumps, 25 June 2012 - 01:55 AM.