What are these? A fleet of Mexican ‘Chinese Lanterns’? Los Angeles “weather balloons” that don’t go down after being fired 1,440 rounds of ammunition? There’s even more in the video.
This 2004 sighting of weird white objects in the sky of Guadalajara, Mexico, is often on lists of the most prominent proof of extraterrestrial life.
Even the Mexican government at the time wrote a letter to the US Congress demanding an answer from them because they thought this could be US secret planes.
After painstaking investigations, a famous UFO researcher named Jamie Maussan concluded that these definitely could not be Chinese lanterns, weather balloons, birds or, anything of that kind.
But what do you think?
On Feb 14, 1942, An unidentified flying object was seen over the skies in Los Angeles causing an anti-aircraft artillery barrage over the city. Air sirens went off and chaos ensued.
1,440 rounds of ammunition were fired at the UFO and even though the ship was hit to this extent, no fire was returned. Los Angeles erupted like a Volcano. Confusion ensued.
After the event, reports varied. Some reports said since it was 3 months after Pearl Harbor, it was confused for a Japanese enemy ship. Some said it was a weather balloon. This went on for hours and newspapers at the time also recounted this as a potential alien visitation including the LA Times.
The question is, why were 1,440 rounds of ammunition fired at a Weather Balloon? Why didn’t the weather balloon go down quickly? This barrage went on for hours.
If it was a World War II enemy ship, why didn’t that ship go down and why didn’t it fire anything in return? What would cause the coastal defenses to be this alarmed? Watch more exciting weird sightings in [Top 5] UFO Sightings 2018 – April Report.
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