THE REAL BATTLE LOS ANGELES 1942: WHAT WERE WE REALLY FIRING AT?

There is an extensive article at phantoms and monsters about the real battle of Los Angeles – the air raid of 1942.

The army was firing at something in the sky, an object that was apparently ‘glowing’. They were so serious about the incident that they blacked-out the entire city and fired for hours into the sky.

What were they firing at? An enemy blimp? Or a craft of alien design?

If they were firing at an alien craft, then perhaps there is a link to incidents like Roswell. This happened 1942, Roswell was 5 years later.

Connected? Did they find a way to shoot one of these things down?

You can head straight there by clicking HERE

Also have a look at blastr HERE

A big thankyou to @RaftReload for the pointer.
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4 thoughts on “THE REAL BATTLE LOS ANGELES 1942: WHAT WERE WE REALLY FIRING AT?

  1. After listening to the actual radio broadcast of that night it is now easy for me to say that something happened that night that was unusual. Whatever they where shooting at never fell from the sky but drifted apparently quite slowly like a blimp out to sea, but I am sure if it was a blimp it would have been hit and caught fire eventually crashimg to the ground. Very interesting story though shame that more information about the night events isn’t available.

    Medtechcerb

    • Can you give me a link to the radio broadcast? I’d like to add that to the article as I for one would love to hear it. Also I do wonder if anyone has ever put together a file of witness accounts of the event. With it being 60+ years ago, time is running out to hear first hand what happened…

      Tony.

  2. You´re welcome. You should follow me, Tony. I´m one of your biggest fan! 😀 It´s no easy to find “believers”, nor in your language or mine.

    BTW I have been watched a LOT of these UFO´s chases, those days. I hope Youtube does not deleted them.

    Keep on your good work.

    * Laura from Buenos Aires

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