I was driving north on the 14 freeway by placerita canyon around 7:30 pm and at first saw a helicopter heading south over the freeway as it passed maybe about another 2 miles I noticed another aircraft heading my way so I thought another helicopter but then I noticed the light was way brighter than the helicopter that just passed I looked at my girlfriend and knowing how sceptical she is i said are you seeing what I’m seeing and she said yeah that’s no helicopter I said I thought so and then it turned blue for about 10 seconds and then purple for about 10 seconds it was about 500 to 600 feet above and about the size of a large van as it passed then turned a bright white again as it headed southeast over the san gabriels at one point when it was blue we saw a outline of a black curvature for a second the lights we’re looking like they we’re cloaking the frame and making it look orbish as it hovered a bit as I watched it pass it practically just glided no noise but then again all I could hear is the freeway I’m sure many other’s saw it and passed it off as a helicopter but there was no way this was any typical aircraft or drone.
APRIL 2, 1968 …………….BELL ISLAND NEWFOUNDLAND CANADA
On the 2nd, just before dawn, a shrill noise cut the air on Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada and suddenly the little village was rocked by a tremendous explosion. “Sheets of fire” appeared in some homes. The sky glowed red and balls of fire up to three feet across drifted through the village. An electrical surge raced through power lines blowing up television sets and turning wall outlets into blow torches spurting blue flame almost two feet long. The boom had been enormous, rattling homes eight miles away and making people up to 40 miles away turn their heads. Just before this happened, people living in Portugal Cove, across the bay, reported seeing “a bright, glowing straight line” come out o f the sky “slanted toward Bell Island at about a 45-degree angle.” Miraculously, no one had been killed and there was little damage. The copper wiring in one house was vaporized. A cabin behind the house was left with a hole in either end. A small barn nearby had collapsed outward while chickens lay dead on the floor, bleeding from the eyes and mouth. Two scientists from Los Alamos, New Mexico journeyed to Newfoundland to investigate the Bell Island incident. One of the scientists, Robert Freyman, identified himself as a weapons-design engineer interested in ball lightning. He said he’d been expecting the event as a result of a theory he entertained about weather systems. He couldn’t go into detail but said there had been similar events in New Jersey and South Carolina. When the Bell Island incident occurred, he said, “someone in Washington” asked him to check it out April 1978: NOTE: The above image is real and from a Richmond Virginia sighting.
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