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UFO Sightings in California – UFO Seekers © S3E8

In this Episode we take a look at three different UFO incidents. The first is a UFO Sighting that took place in Lake Elsinore, CA. We interview an eyewitness from the incident. Second, we take a look at a submission form Los Angeles, CA of an object breaking apart in the atmosphere. Third, we visit Red Rock Canyon State Park in California after receiving a report of a black triangle object over the area.

We are UFO & Alien Investigators headquartered in Bakersfield, CA. Our mission is to document evidence of the UFO phenomenon or alien visitation through work in the field.

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Myths&UFOs

I was never much for UFO stories until I started to see strange stuff 2002 on the midnight starry sky! Together with my partner we stood out in the lonely woods and glared out in to the universe. We were admiring the stars. Then all of a sudden, the biggest star in a classical star formation, just ran across the night sky and just behind 4 more stars followed. I thought they ran fast to begin with, just to accelerate! After this, weird things started to happen. Before this, hunting for UFOs hadn't even crossed my mind!
Myths&UFOs
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  • I was never much for UFO stories until I started to see strange stuff 2002 on the midnight starry sky! Together with my partner we stood out in the lonely woods and glared out in to the universe. We were admiring the stars. Then all of a sudden, the biggest star in a classical star formation, just ran across the night sky and just behind 4 more stars followed. I thought they ran fast to begin with, just to accelerate! After this, weird things started to happen. Before this, hunting for UFOs hadn't even crossed my mind!

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