Sunday, August 12, 2012

UFO On Camera: Lynwood, California 11/8/2012

Filmed over Lynwood California August 11, 2012
Posters comments:Well over two hours I seen it around 3 am and was still there when I checked at 4:40 am. I went to bed but there were other ones but I didn't record because they were to far and not bright enough my phone camera couldn't see it but they moved just like this one. I also seen 5 form a perfect like diamond triangle. They flashed a lot the colors I seen were mostly red, green, and white.
Calling all our readers, if anyone in nearby areas in California also saw UFO lights this weekend, please reply to this post.

12 comments:

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. Interestingly, the is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. At first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared ( or reappeared) a little lower in the tre line. It moved up a bit, then back down before fading out as before.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. Interestingly, the is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. At first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared ( or reappeared) a little lower in the tre line. It moved up a bit, then back down before fading out as before.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. There is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. It first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, drifted apart a bit, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared (or reappeared) a little lower in the tree line. It moved up a bit, then back down (not straight, at a slight angle) before fading out as before. Never any flashing. Hovering more than traveling.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. There is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. It first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, drifted apart a bit, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared (or reappeared) a little lower in the tree line. It moved up a bit, then back down (not straight, at a slight angle) before fading out as before. Never any flashing. Hovering more than traveling.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. There is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. It first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, drifted apart a bit, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared (or reappeared) a little lower in the tree line. It moved up a bit, then back down (not straight, at a slight angle) before fading out as before. Never any flashing. Hovering more than traveling.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. There is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. It first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, drifted apart a bit, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared (or reappeared) a little lower in the tree line. It moved up a bit, then back down (not straight, at a slight angle) before fading out as before. Never any flashing. Hovering more than traveling.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. There is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. It first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, drifted apart a bit, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared (or reappeared) a little lower in the tree line. It moved up a bit, then back down (not straight, at a slight angle) before fading out as before. Never any flashing. Hovering more than traveling.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. There is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. It first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, drifted apart a bit, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared (or reappeared) a little lower in the tree line. It moved up a bit, then back down (not straight, at a slight angle) before fading out as before. Never any flashing. Hovering more than traveling.

Larry Weisberg said...

Last night (8/11) to the west of The Hollywood Bowl, two reddish orange lights appeared around 9:30 or so. There is video online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMo7H9WOfFI&feature=youtube_gdata_player that shows them. It first looked like stationary light atop a pole but we realized they weren't. They started moving forward together, drifted apart a bit, then faded out. Not flares. Didn't drop. About 10 mins later, one more appeared (or reappeared) a little lower in the tree line. It moved up a bit, then back down (not straight, at a slight angle) before fading out as before. Never any flashing. Hovering more than traveling.

skahooch21 said...

I saw this thing out at 3;30am myself, I live in Branson, Missouri-about 4 hours south of KC and 4 hours west of St. Louis. I had assumed it was a planet.

I could see Venus right of the moon, but this was a few degrees above the horizon. Pretty much what the video had shown.

Anyone know what it is?

Anonymous said...

i saw a dimond shaped craft fly over the san gabriel mountains. i was camping at the Manker flats campground watching the meteor shower when we saw a very bright light coming from the south, it was not lit like any other plane we saw that day, i was with an A&P mechanic he also said it was like no plane he has ever seen, the object was following another airplane this one had all the beacon lights and the noise of a regular plane. the plane it was following was i think a passanger jet. the flightpath was north east so it might of been headed to Las vegas or salt lake city, wonder if there are any passangers who saw that (time was about 10:15-10:30ish) camp ground i was at is at 7000 above sea level, the craft looked like it was above and behind the airplane, no beacon lights,which my A&P friend said is illegal for civilian craft and military in civilian airspace. i am a bit of an aviation enthusiast and have seen all kinds of planes military and civil on the ground and in flight, ive even have watched military maneuver at night with the planes beacon lights turned off at night while they train over Edwards air force base (you only see the afterburners)and ive also seen night flights over the Chocolate mountain gunnery range (and explosions, pretty cool spot for all you military enthusiast)so i can say that i saw something i have never seen before, it was also not the normal flight path for "experimental" planes flying out of the skunkworks or other development sites near palmdale to edwards flight test areas, not that i know anything about that ;)

Anonymous said...

At about 10:30 PM 8/11/12, I saw two reddish orange objects fly west in the sky diverging from each other. I initially thought it was a meteor that broke up. The objects then turned south and criscrossed each other. They were moving in a motion that was inconsisten with meteors. The objects turned ~90* to thier original flight path. I have no idea what they were.