February 28, 2015

Leonard Nimoy, a pop culture force as Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ dies at 83, Feb 2015, UFO Sighting News.

I am completely shocked. My favorite Alien of them all is no more. But more than this, Leonard Nimoy, the Man, the Actor, the Director has left us. I simply cannot believe it. As someone once said: "I've grown accustomed to his face...". To imagine him never appearing on the screen or on stage again, is simply intolerable to me. He was such an intelligent, intuitive, insightful and yes, even funny person. I can only imagine what his colleagues of Star Trek, but not only, must feel right now, not to speak of what his family must be going through. I mourn with them all. The loss of such a great talent, is a huge loss for us all. He leaves an immense chasm after having walked this Earth of ours. I am sure he will be remembered for many, many decades and centuries from now, thanks to his filmed legacy (as well as through his photography, his greatest private passion), if just through his sentences, such as: "Live long and prosper" or "The needs of the many, outweigh the needs of the one", and again "Who ever said humans were logic?". I believe that Leonard would be proud and very happy, if people remembering him, would live from now by following the principles introduced through by Star Trek, as the IDIC (Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations). This would be the best gift of respect toward such an intelligent and brave man. May he rest and live forever in our memories. SCW

Classic UFO Seen On Space Station Live Cam On Feb 27, 2015, Video proof, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: February 27, 2015
Location of sighting: Earths orbit at ISS
Source: ISS Live Cam

This UFO was seen this week near the space station and looks like a classic disk with a raised upper and lower center area. Found by the watchful eye of Streetcap1 of Youtube, this UFO didn't stand a chance. This is a really close sighting for the space station and although NASA hides such things, its Russia thats in control of the space station now so maybe they will talk about these UFO visits sometime in the near future. SCW

February 27, 2015

Alien Body Inside Glass Box At Museum Within 1940s Photo Negative, Feb 2015, -video- UFO Sighting News.

Date of video: Feb 4, 2015
Slide Box Media site: http://slideboxmedia.com

Check this out. A person came into so old negatives from the 1940s. With many interesting photos of famous people in history mix it, it created a lot of unanswered questions for the viewers. Two of the negatives contain photos of an alien body less than a meter high inside of a glass box at a museum. 

Of course, with todays tech it would be easy to fake these, but is it a publicity stunt or is this real? To me, it looks real and should be taken seriously, but it seems that they are making some kind of documentary around this so it may be some time before they finish it and we can get an honest look at those two negatives that show the alien. SCW

Kodachrome states: 
In 1998 a box of slides was discovered near Sedona, AZ. Two of the slides show a very unusual body in a glass case. This is what we know so far.

Alien Faces On Asteroid Vesta, Feb 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: Feb 2015
Location of discovery: Asteroid Vesta recorded by Dawn
Source photo: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA17663.jpg

I was looking at recent images of Asteroid Vesta and found these two faces. I colored it to make it easier to see, but the original is best. The face at the top is large and has a long head. Its face is purple as so is its neck and probably skin. 

The second face is right below it and looks to be a child of the alien species. Its face is less defined, but obvious. The childs face is more rounded, chubby in appearance, explain below its neck area. Instead of purple skin its face seems orange and its top of head purple with a much shorter cranium compared to the parent. 

This is a new species that I have never found before. The faces look well worn over the eons floating through space on this astroid, but were probably put there as a mark of a species who lays calm (ownership) of the asteroid. There are a few other faces, but they seem to eroded to bother reporting. SCW


February 26, 2015

Please Help This Site By Purchasing One Of My Phone Games, SCW.

Do you love gem games so much you dream about it? If so, then this game is for you. Its a cute and thrilling game from start to finish. These loving gems will burst into hearts. Not only can you move the cute gems left, right, up and down, but you can also move them diagonally! Thats right, there are a lot of gem games out there that don't let you move diagonally, and when you need to do it most, it becomes frustrating. So we made it happen, just for you.


How to play:
Just tap on the home screen. You have three choices of games to play. You can choose Blitz, Timed, or my favorite...Free-play, which has no time limits and unlimited levels. Then start matching gems in sets of three or more. The more you get in one set, the bigger your bonus. Compare your scores with others on Gamecenter or Tweet to your friends about it.

Hi everyone, I made a new game this week. I call it Basketball Dream Hoops and its out already at the Apple app store and the Google store. If you can please check it out. Its a fun basketball game. I also already made an update and it will add a pause button and pause screen as well as fix a few little glitches in it. The update will be active on Apple by April 25th, but is already in effect and on Google store now. SCW

How to play:
The basketball hoops will rotate around the white track, you must drop a ball or balls into the hoop to keep it on the track. If you miss even one hoop, it will vanish, leaving you one less hoop. There are eight hoops and each evenly spaced apart, so focus and just tap a finger on the screen to drop some balls into the basket. After you get your first 200 baskets, a hoop will change color. Any balls that fall into this hoop will also change to the color of that hoop. For instance the orange ball falls into the green hoop, thus, the ball changes color to green. Eventually all eight hoops will be different colors and changing the colors of the balls as well. Its a psychedelic basketball game.  



Hey guys, this is my newest game (above), called "Rope The Droid." Its a never ending climbing game that really is a lot of fun to play. Do you ever have a spare few minutes in line waiting for something? If you do, then this will be a fun challenge for you. SCW

Updated on March 3, 2015: I sent in two updates. Mars Starfighter/UFO Sightings Daily and Go Planets will get an update in the next 3-5 days, creating home buttons and share buttons. 

Date: February 26, 2015
Location of apps: iTunes and Google Store
Platform: cell phones

Hey everyone. I'm Scott C. Waring of UFO Sightings Daily. I have had many readers asking how they could help me out. I actually have another hobby of writing code to make cell phone games. My games are small, but if you buy the game, it's really not for the game itself, as much as you trying to help me out so that I can try to get the UFO hunting equipment I require, as well as some interesting projects I want to get done for the site. I would also like to get a 3D graphics designer to make 3D digital renderings of all the alien faces we found. There are many projects I have on the back burner waiting. Each aimed at helping us understand more about aliens. 

The games are on both Apple iTunes and Googles App Store. 

I highly recommend Go Planets. It's a lot of fun and more interesting of a game than the rest. I have an update I am working on for it which will be released in the coming weeks. I will also update the others soon to clear up small glitches. I will post any future games I make onto this post for you to see in the coming months. Please check it out every now and then. 

Thanks so much for your guys support. I don't mean just for buying the games, but you guys have really been encouraging me a lot and saying positive comments which really help me push forward through the wall of skeptics out there. 

Thank you, 
Scott C. Waring 

Go Planets Screenshot Below. My favorite. 

The next game is different on Google App Store, because its called UFO Sightings Daily there, because I included a quick one touch button to take you to my website, but I also made a small spaceship game to go with it. On Apple iTunes, its called Mars Straighter, because they would not allow the mix of the two together. Screenshot below. 

Dwarf Moon With Electric White Lights In Crater Found By NASA, Feb 19, 2015, Video, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: Feb 19, 2015
Location of sighting: Ceres, asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter
News source: http://space.io9.com/the-mysterious-bright-spot-on-ceres-has-a-pretty-bright-1688022006

This photo was taken by Dawn spacecraft from 29,000 miles away. This light was seen that far and then some. Scientists are baffled at what it could be, but let me shed some light on it, no pun intended. The light is white, like city lights, not orange or red like a volcano. That rules out volcano. The light is not one, but two. You will see the two glowing objects have different shapes. The largest is a white glowing square, the smaller is a triangle. Still think its a volcano? Ceres is the largest object in the asteroid belt and is only 950km in diameter. These are massive doors that open to allow ships in and out. Yes, I'm saying Ceres was turned into a alien space station...where they live inside...underground where its safe. Its surface covered in dust, dirt, that protects the station below from attacks, meteorites and radiation. Death star comes to mind? SCW

News states:

The discovery of a bright spot on Ceres has given rise to lots of speculation. And now we've learned something new: it has a friend. The second spot is not quite as bright, but still weirdly reflective compared to the rest of the dwarf planet. And one scientist has a possible explanation for both of these bright spots.

Top image: From photographs taken on February 19, 2015 at 46,000 kilometers away (29,000 miles), Dawn can finally see that the mysterious bright spot on Ceres is in a basin, and has a smaller, dimmer companion. (more at source)

February 25, 2015

UFO Over Russia Gets Attention On Instagram and Twitter, Feb 19, 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: February 19, 2015 at 19:35 hours
Location of sighting: Vladivostok, Russia
News Source: http://primamedia.ru/news/society/19.02.2015/422100/neobichnie-oblaka-nad-vladivostokom-privlekli-vnimanie-internet-pol.html

Guys, this is not a normal UFO. Its like a drone, but its soul purpose is to create cloud cover for UFOs. I saw 4 such things create 4 cloud tunnels above Rapid City, SD back in 189-1990, then glowing bus size UFOs shot through them. I believe this is a cloud maker drone, either learning or testing its new tech...much like a new printer printing out a test page or two before it starts normal work. 

The cloud maker itself can only be seen partially with the help of infrared filters, for example I saw one in Taiwan when using an old sony cam with an ir filter on it. I caught it only for 1-2 seconds, but what I saw was a three arm star that turned on its end like a wheel, churning the clouds as it moved through it. I believe that is what made these clouds in Russia...a alien drone whose soul purpose it to create cloud cover for UFO activity. SCW

Russian News States: (Translated)
"Unusual" clouds over Vladivostok attracted the attention of users of social networks. The most popular version of the appearance of clouds - UFO (MULTIMEDIA) Photos from the event from other sources. Unusual clouds over Vladivostok. Photo by: Screenshot Instagram user @primdesign

Vladivostok, February 19, PrimaMedia. Users of popular social networks Twitter and Instagram got a surprise today, February 19, with the appearance of unusual shaped clouds in the sky over Vladivostok. In the photos, which appeared on the Internet more than a dozen tweets, and videos can be seen depicted quite remarkable "white circles", which immediately began to ascribe extraterrestrial origin, RIA PrimaMedia.

Unusual cloud appeared over Vladivostok at lunchtime and instantly became an eye camera lens and gadgets of many citizens. Some expressed concern, if not a UFO has left its mark. Others argue that these bands could leave the plane.

Unfortunately, the editors failed today to receive comments from meteorologists and physicists to discuss what could cause such an unusual form of clouds. Sure that all the laws of physics could explain it all, for example, thereby "effect of the Prandtl-Gloerta", which is most often remembered today internet users. We are talking about the origin of the clouds after the plane. All the same plane?

The emergence of the cloud due to the effect of the Prandtl-Gloerta depends not only on the speed of the aircraft, but also on the temperature and humidity. In normal or slightly elevated humidity cloud formed only at speeds close to the speed of sound. In extreme humidity effect can be observed at lower (transonic, "transonic") speeds.

Crashed UFO Found On Mars, Feb 2015, Video, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: February 2015
Location of sighting: Mars
NASA photo 1: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/00644/opgs/edr/ncam/NLB_454665258EDR_F0331036NCAM00293M_.JPG
NASA photo 2: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/00644/opgs/edr/ncam/NRB_454665258EDR_F0331036NCAM00293M_.JPG
NASA photo 3: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/00644/opgs/edr/ncam/NRB_454665226EDR_F0331036NCAM00293M_.JPG

The whale like tail on Mars was discovered by Streetcap1 of Youtube. He states that it looks like a crashed spaceship on the surface of Mars. It does. This crashed UFO is not a glitch in the photo process. It was found in three photos on the NASA site. This anomaly on Mars is very unusual in its design. It has a shape like a whale tail or a giant goblet. I really wish the rover would take a look at it, but it seems this is as close as the public will get. SCW

This Day In UFO History: 73 Years ago! The Battle Of Los Angeles, Feb 25, 1942

Date of sighting: February 25, 1942
Location of sighting: Los Angeles, California, USA
Original Article: http://www.rense.com/ufo/battleofla.htm

Now, I was born in Los Angeles, CA and my mother also grew up there. She use to tell me about the 1942 UFO sighting and how she herself witness the silver balls in the sky and heard the shooting of the anti-aircraft guns everywhere. She swore up and down that they could not be shot down, and that the media shut up about it right afterwards. Refusing to talk about the UFOs. SCW

Official report states: 
Imagine a visiting spacecraft from another world, or dimension, hovering over a panicked and blacked-out LA in the middle of the night just weeks after Pearl Harbor at the height of WWII fear and paranoia. Imagine how this huge ship, assumed to be some unknown Japanese aircraft, was then attacked as it hung, nearly stationary, over Culver City and Santa Monica by dozens of Army anti-aircraft batteries in full view of hundreds of thousands of residents. Imagine all of that and you have an idea of what was the Battle of Los Angeles. 

1942 'Battle Of Los Angeles': The Most Incredible Mass Sighting Of All? 
Wednesday, February 25, 1942 

By Jeff Rense

Five years before Roswell, five years before pilot Kenneth Arnold's landmark sightings of "flying saucers" in the Pacific Northwest, 3 years before the Battle of the Bulge, two years before D-Day, and years before the so-called "modern UFO era" had officially begun, there was the Battle of Los Angeles, arguably the most sensational, dramatic UFO mass encounter on record.

Have you ever heard of the Battle of Los Angeles? Few have. Imagine a visiting spacecraft from another world, or dimension, hovering over a panicked and blacked-out LA in the middle of the night just weeks after Pearl Harbor at the height of WWII fear and paranoia. Imagine how this huge ship, assumed to be some unknown Japanese aircraft, was then attacked as it hung, nearly stationary, over Culver City and Santa Monica by dozens of Army anti-aircraft batteries firing nearly 2,000 rounds of 12 pound, high explosive shells in full view of hundreds of thousands of residents. Imagine all of that and you have an idea of what was the Battle of Los Angeles.

The sudden appearance of the enormous round object triggered all of LA and most of Southern California into an immediate wartime blackout with thousands of Air Raid Wardens scurrying all over the darkened city while the drama unfolded in the skies above... a drama which would result in the deaths of six people and the raining of shell fragments on homes, streets, and buildings for miles around.

Dozens of gun crews and searchlights of the Army's 37th Coast Artillery Brigade easily targeted the huge ship which hung like a surreal magic lantern in the clear, dark winter sky over the City of the Angels. Few in the city were left asleep after the Coastal Defense gunners commenced firing hundreds and hundreds of rounds up toward the glowing ship which was apparently first sighted as it hovered above such west side landmarks as the MGM studios in Culver City. The thump of the batteries and the ignition of the aerial shells reverberated from one end of LA to the other as the gun crews easily landed scores of what many termed "direct hits"....all to no avail. Here now, is what the night skies of LA looked like at the height of the firing....

Pay close attention to the convergence of the searchlights and you will clearly see the shape of the visitor within the illuminated target area. It's a BIG item and seemed completely oblivious to the hundreds of AA shells bursting on and adjacent to it which caused it no evident dismay. There were casualties, however...on the ground. At least 6 people died as a direct result of the Army's attack on the UFO which slowly and leisurely made its way down to and then over Long Beach before finally moving off and disappearing.


In February, 1942, Katie was a young, beautiful, and highly-successful interior decorator and artist who worked with many of Hollywood's most glamorous celebrities and film industry luminaries. She lived on the west side of Los Angeles, not far from Santa Monica. With the outbreak of the war with Japan and the rising fear of a Japanese air attack, or even invasion of the West Coast, thousands of residents volunteered for wartime duties on the home front. Katie volunteered to become an Air Raid Warden as did 12,000 other residents in the sprawling city of Los Angeles and surrounding communities.

In the early morning hours of February 25th, Katie's phone rang. It was the Air Raid supervisor in her district notifying her of an alert and asking if she had seen the object in the sky very close to her home. She immediately walked to a window and looked up. "It was huge! It was just enormous! And it was practically right over my house. I had never seen anything like it in my life!" she said. "It was just hovering there in the sky and hardly moving at all." With the city blacked out, Katie, and hundreds of thousands of others, were able to see the eerie visitor with spectacular clarity. "It was a lovely pale orange and about the most beautiful thing you've ever seen. I could see it perfectly because it was very close. It was big!"

The U.S. Army anti-aircraft searchlights by this time had the object completely covered. "They sent fighter planes up (the Army denied any of its fighters were in action) and I watched them in groups approach it and then turn away. There were shooting at it but it didn't seem to matter." Katie is insistent about the use of planes in the attack on the object. The planes were apparently called off after several minutes and then the ground cannon opened up. "It was like the Fourth of July but much louder. They were firing like crazy but they couldn't touch it." The attack on the object lasted over half an hour before the visitor eventually disappeared from sight. Many eyewitnesses talked of numerous "direct hits" on the big craft but no damage was seen done to it. "I'll never forget what a magnificent sight it was. Just marvelous. And what a gorgeous color!", said Katie.

The ONLY description in the LA Times of the UFO, and a sense of the energy and emotion of that night, was found in this small sidebar article written by Times staff writer the day after the event:

Chilly Throng Watches Shells Bursting In Sky By Marvin Miles

Explosions stabbing the darkness like tiny bursting stars... Searchlight beams poking long crisscross fingers across the night sky...Yells of wardens and the whistles of police and deputy sheriffs...The brief on-and-off flick of lights, telephone calls, snatches of conversation: 'Get the dirty...' That was Los Angeles under the rumble of gunfire yesterday.


Sleepy householders awoke to the dull thud of explosions... "Thunder? Can't be!" Then: "Air Raid! Come here quick! Look over there...those searchlights. They've got something...they are blasting in with anti-aircraft!" Father, mother, children all gathered on the front porch, congregated in small clusters in the blacked out streets -- against orders. Babies cried, dogs barked, doors slammed. But the object in the sky slowly moved on, caught in the center of the lights like the hub of a bicycle wheel surrounded by gleaming spokes.


Speculation fell like rain. "It's a whole squadron." "No, it's a blimp. It must be because it's moving so slowly." "I hear planes." "No you don't. That's a truck up the street." "Where are the planes then?" "Dunno. They must be up there though." "Wonder why they picked such a clear night for a raid?" "They're probably from a carrier." "Naw, I'll bet they are from a secret air base down south somewhere." Still the firing continued. Like lethal firecrackers, the anti-aircraft rounds blasted above, below, seemingly right on the target fixed in the tenacious beams. Other shots fell short, exploding halfway up the long climb. Tracers sparked upward like roman candles. Metal fell. It fell in chunks, large and small; not enemy metal, but the whistling fragments of bursting ack-ack shells. The menacing thud and clank on streets and roof tops drove many spectators to shelter.


Wardens were on the job, doing a good job of it. "Turn off your lights, please. Pull over to the curb and stop. Don't use your telephone. Take shelter. Take shelter." On every street brief glares of hooded flashlights cut the darkness, warning creeping drivers to stop. Police watched at main intersections. Sirens wailed enroute to and from blackout accidents. There came lulls in the firing. The search lights went out. (To allow the fighter planes to attack?). Angelinos breathed deeply and said, "I guess it's all over." But before they could tell their neighbors good night, the guns were blasting again, sighting up the long blue beams of the lights.


The fire seemed to burst in rings all around the target. But the eager watchers, shivering in the early morning cold, weren't rewarded by the sight of a falling plane. Nor were there any bombs dropped. "Maybe it's just a test," someone remarked. "Test, hell!" was the answer. "You don't throw that much metal in the air unless you're fixing on knocking something down." Still the firing continued, muttering angrily off toward the west like a distant thunderstorm. The targeted object inched along high, flanked by the cherry red explosions. And the householders shivered in their robes, their faces set, watching the awesome scene.

The following are excerpts from the primary front page story of the LA Times on February 26th. Note that there is not a SINGLE description of the object even though is was clearly locked in the focus of dozens of searchlights for well over half an hour and seen by hundreds of thousands of people:

Army Says Alarm Real Roaring Guns Mark Blackout

Identity of Aircraft Veiled in Mystery; No Bombs Dropped and No Enemy Craft Hit; Civilians Reports Seeing Planes and Balloon

Overshadowing a nation-wide maelstrom of rumors and conflicting reports, the Army's Western Defense Command insisted that Los Angeles' early morning blackout and anti-aircraft action were the result of unidentified aircraft sighted over the beach area. In two official statements, issued while Secretary of the Navy Knox in Washington was attributing the activity to a false alarm and "jittery nerves," the command in San Francisco confirmed and reconfirmed the presence over the Southland of unidentified planes. Relayed by the Southern California sector office in Pasadena, the second statement read: "The aircraft which caused the blackout in the Los Angeles area for several hours this a.m. have not been identified." Insistence from official quarters that the alarm was real came as hundreds of thousands of citizens who heard and saw the activity spread countless varying stories of the episode. The spectacular anti-aircraft barrage came after the 14th Interceptor Command ordered the blackout when strange craft were reported over the coastline. Powerful searchlights from countless stations stabbed the sky with brilliant probing fingers while anti-aircraft batteries dotted the heavens with beautiful, if sinister, orange bursts of shrapnel.

City Blacked Out For Hours 

The city was blacked out from 2:25 to 7:21 am after an earlier yellow alert at 7:18 pm was called off at 10:23 pm. The blackout was in effect from here to the Mexican border and inland to the San Joaquin Valley. No bombs were dropped and no airplanes shot down and, miraculously in terms of the tons of missiles hurled aloft, only two persons were reported wounded by falling shell fragments. Countless thousands of Southland residents, many of whom were late to work because of the traffic tie-up during the blackout, rubbed their eyes sleepily yesterday and agreed that regardless of the question of how "real" the air raid alarm may have been, it was "a great show" and "well worth losing a few hours' sleep." The blackout was not without its casualties, however. A State Guardsman died of a heart attack while driving an ammunition truck, heart failure also accounted for the death of an air raid warden on duty, a woman was killed in a car-truck collision in Arcadia, and a Long Beach policeman was killed in a traffic crash enroute to duty. Much of the firing appeared to come from the vicinity of aircraft plants along the coastal area of Santa Monica, Inglewood, Southwest Los Angeles, and Long Beach.


In its front page editorial, the Times said: "In view of the considerable public excitement and confusion caused by yesterday morning's supposed enemy air raid over this area and its spectacular official accompaniments, it seems to The Times that more specific public information should be forthcoming from government sources on the subject, if only to clarify their own conflicting statements about it."

"According to the Associated Press, Secretary Knox intimated that reports of enemy air activity in the Pacific Coastal Region might be due largely to 'jittery nerves.' Whose nerves, Mr. Knox? The public's or the Army's?"


The following is an excerpt of an article appearing in Fate Magazine. Our special thanks to Bill Oliver of UFO*BC for transcribing and bringing it to our attention.

WORLD WAR II UFO SCARE By Paul T. Collins Fate Magazine July, 1987 

On Wednesday, February 25, 1942, as war raged in Europe and Asia, at least a million Southern Californians awoke to the scream of air-raid sirens as Los Angeles County cities blacked out at 2:25 AM. Many dozed off again while 12,000 air raid wardens reported faithfully to their posts, most of them expecting nothing more than a dress rehearsal for a possible future event - an invasion of the United States by Japan. At 3:36, however, they were shocked and their slumbering families rudely roused again, this time by sounds unfamiliar to most Americans outside the military services.

The roar of the 37th Coast Artillery Brigade's antiaircraft batteries jolted them out of bed and before they could get to the windows the flashing 12.8 pound shells were detonating with a heavy, ominous boomp - boomp - boomp and the steel was already raining down. All radio stations had been ordered off the air at 3:08. But the news was being written with fingers of light three miles high on a clear star-studded blackboard 30 miles long.

The firing continued intermittently until 4:14. Unexploded shells destroyed pavement, homes and public buildings, three persons were killed and three died of heart attacks directly attributable to the one hour barrage. Several persons were injured by shrapnel. A dairy herd was hit but only a few cows were casualties.

The blackout was lifted and sirens screamed all clear at 7:21. The shooting stopped but the shouting had hardly begun. Military men who never flinched at the roar of rifles now shook at the prospect of facing the press. While they probably could not be blamed for what had happened, they did have some reason for distress. The thing they had been shooting at could not be identified.

Caught by the searchlights and captured in photographs, was an object big enough to dwarf an apartment house. Experienced lighter-than-air (dirigible) specialists doubted it could be a Japanese blimp because the Japanese had no known source of helium, and hydrogen was much too dangerous to use under combat conditions.

Whatever it was, it was a sitting duck for the guns of the 37th. Photographs showed shells bursting all around it. A Los Angeles Herald Express staffer said he was sure many shells hit it directly. He was amazed it had not been shot down.

The object that triggered the air raid alarm had drawn 1430 rounds of ammunition from the coast artillery, to no effect. When it moved at all, the object had proceeded at a leisurely pace over the coastal cities between Santa Monica and Long Beach, taking about 30 minutes of actual flight time to move 20 miles; then it disappeared from view.

You can well imagine with what chagrin public information officers answered press queries. The Pasadena Office of the Southern California Sector of the Army Western Defense Command simply announced that no enemy aircraft had been identified; no craft was shot down; no bombs were dropped; none of our interceptors left the ground to pursue the intruder.

Soon thereafter US Navy Secretary Frank Knox announced that no planes had been sighted. The coastal firing had been triggered, he said, by a false alarm and jittery nerves. He also suggested that some war industries along the coast might have to be moved inland to points invulnerable to attacks from enemy submarines and carrier-based planes.

The press responded with scathing editorials, many on page one, calling attention to the loss of life and denouncing the use of the coast artillery to fire at phantoms. The Los Angeles Times demanded a full explanation from Washington. The Long Beach Telegram complained that government officials who all along had wanted to move the industries were manipulating the affair for propaganda purposes. And the Long Beach Independent charged: "There is a mysterious reticence about the whole affair and it appears some form of censorship is trying to halt discussion of the matter. Although it was red-hot news not one national radio commentator gave it more than passing mention. This is the kind of reticence that is making the American people gravely suspect the motives and the competence of those whom they have charged with the conduct of the war."

The Independent had good reason to question the competence of some of the personnel responsible for our coastal defense operations as well as the integrity and motives of our highest government officials. Only 36 hours before the Long Beach air raid, a gigantic Japanese submarine had surfaced close to shore 12 miles north of Santa Barbara and in 25 minutes of unchallenged firing lobbed 25 five-inch shells at the petroleum refinery in the Ellwood oil field. The Fourth Interceptor Command, although aware of the sub's attack, ordered a blackout from Ventura to Goleta but sent no planes out to sink it. Not one shot was fired at the sub.

After the Ellwood incident had alerted all the West Coast defense posts to possible repeat attacks, these units were sensitive to anticipated invasion attempts. By Wednesday morning in the Los Angeles area they were ready to open fire on a boy's kite if it in any way resembled a plane or a balloon. Secretary of War Henry Stimson praised the 37th Cost Artillery for this attitude. It is better to be a little too alert than not alert enough, he said. At the same time he delicately suggested that it might have been a good idea to send some of our planes up to identify the invading aircraft before shooting at them.

Planes of the Fourth Interceptor Command were, in fact, warming up on the runways waiting for orders to go up and interview the unknown intruders. Why, everybody was asking, were they not ordered to go into action during the 51-minute period between the first air-raid alert at 2:25 AM and the first artillery firing at 3:16?

Against this background of embarrassing indecision and confusion, Army Western Defense Command obviously had to say something fast. Spokesmen told reporters that from one to 50 planes had been sighted, thus giving themselves ample latitude in which to adjust future stories to fit whatever propaganda requirements might arise in the next few days.

When eyewitness reports from thousands searching the skies with binoculars under the bright lights of the coast artillery verified the presence of one enormous, unidentifiable, indestructible object - but not the presence of large numbers of planes - the press releases were gradually scaled downward. A week later Gen. Mark Clark acknowledged that army listening posts had detected what they thought were five light planes approaching the coast on the night of the air raid. No interceptors, he said, had been sent out to engage them because there had been no mass attack.

Believing an aerial bombardment was in progress, some people thought they saw formations of warplanes, dogfights between enemy craft and our fighter planes and other things that they assumed were evidence of such an attack. Obviously there were no dogfights because none of our interceptors were in the air. Tracer bullets were fired from military ground stations and some people mistook the fire pattern made by these projectiles for aerial combat. Other observers reported lighted objects which were variously described as red-and-white flares in groups of three red and three white, fired alternately, or chainlike strings of red lights looking something like an illuminated kite.

People suggested that some of these lights were caused by Japanese-Americans signaling approaching Japanese aircraft with flares to guide them to selected targets, but because no bombs were dropped, the theory was quickly abandoned. In any case, such charges fitted in perfectly with a hysterical press campaign to round up all citizens of Japanese descent and put them in concentration camps.

During the week of the Japanese submarine attack on the Ellwood oil field and the air raid on Los Angeles County, the press took full advantage of the made-to-order situation. Arrests of suspects were quickly made and the FBI was called in, but the Long Beach Press Telegram stated all investigations indicated nobody was signaling the enemy from the ground.

Santa Barbara's Ellwood Oil Field Submarine Attack

Just a few days before the "Battle of LA" a Japanese submarine had surfaced at night and fired its deck gun into the Ellwood oil field located 12 miles northwest of Santa Barbara. The LA Times:

"From Santa Barbara, area of the submarine attack Monday night, District Attorney Percy Heckendorf said he would appeal to Lt. Gen. John L. DeWitt, commanding officer of the Western Defense Command, to make Santa Barbara County a restricted area for enemy nationals and American-born Japanese as well. "There is convincing proof," Heckendorf asserted, "that there were shore signals flashed to the enemy." Heckendorf said the people will hold Gen. DeWitt responsible if he failed to act. Army ordinance officers, meanwhile, were studying more than 200 pounds of shell fragments from missiles fired by the submarine, which caused only $500 damage in the Ellwood oil field near Santa Barbara."

It is said by some locals that the skipper or one of the officers on the Japanese sub had worked in the Ellwood oil field some years prior to the outbreak of the war. The story claims that the man had been mistreated by some of his co-workers during that time, had returned to Japan before the war began, and had then subsequently helped lead the submarine back to the area to make it's attack. 

February 24, 2015

Ancient Book Found On Mars By @NASA Rover, Feb 2015, Video, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: Feb 23, 2015
Location of discovery: Mars
Source photo: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/?IDNumber=pia11051

A book was discovered on Mars this week. The book has a bent spine and pages uneven on its sides, and even its cover looks like it had deep indentions of a cross on it. It reminds me of my grandmothers old family bible that was hundreds of years old. Also, such books have been made out of other materials other than paper. Mormons have a bible made of silver. Jewish tiny bibles have been found made of copper. Aliens probably have metals that print like paper and last thousands or millions of years without corrosion or wear. There does seem to be some dust covering it, but looks no worse for the time is spent on the surface. I bet the rover could drive right up to it and open that cover up easily as if it came right off a shelf. 

This was discovered by "Mars Moon Space Photo Zoom Club." I love this guys photo software. He uses a special software to alter the colors and clean up the photos while adding detail. 

February 23, 2015

Nine Faces On Mars In NASA Photo! Feb 2015, video, UFO Sighting News. @NASA @NASAKennedy

Date of discovery: February 2015
Location of discovery: Mars
NASA photo: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00855/mcam/0855MR0037760020501036E01_DXXX.jpg

This photo has many faces on the side of the hill, but because of the poor lighting its very difficult to make out. But add some light and I guarantee you will see a handful. In the video he found one, however that is only the beginning. 

May skeptics will say its just a coincidence...no, a coincidence is when you find one...not nine! Actually there are way more than nine, but these nine stand out the best. Also the thin face in I highlighted in green actually has a beard, but I didn't want to color it because it will be hard for you to see its true face. 

The real question is why hasn't any archeologist in the work taken these structures seriously? They are more pronounced and more defined than many structures that they identify on Earth. With tens of thousands of archeological students in universities around the globe, you think a few would get into this area. SCW