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'The Night Of The UFOs' - California, June 14th, 1992.

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posted on Oct, 18 2020 @ 09:40 AM
Some pretty crazy police dispatch UFO recordings found in the vid below taken from 'the night of the UFOs' in California on June 14th, 1992.

Apparently over two dozen witnesses in more than ten different locations throughout Topanga Canyon (spaced no more than twenty miles apart) all reported very strange UFO activity on that evening and 'numerous people called the police, local newspaper and UFO groups'.

Pie / disc shaped objects putting out lightbeams (and a humming noise) are being described by some witnesses and researcher Preston Dennett goes into more detail below describing how UFOs were reported to be hovering over houses or chasing motor vehicles down the highway - police dispatch recordings played throughout the video.


Found in the NUFORC archive, researcher Robert Gribble also received a call from one of the witnesses who describes his experience, his almost hysterical girlfriend and the weeping blisters, sunburn and nausea they both experienced afterwards.

In 1974, Robert Gribble started the National UFO Reporing Center (NUFORC) near Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. The NUFORC's 24 hour hotline number was distributed to police, airports and military bases, with a request to refer claimed UFO witnesses to the NUFORC. Gribble or his associates took hundreds of telephone calls from people who claimed to have seen UFOs.

The NUFORC still operates as of March, 2009, now with Peter Davenport as director. Witnesses range from ordinary citizens to pilots, military personnel, Federal Aviation Administration employees, police and scientists.

posted on Oct, 19 2020 @ 09:12 AM
I have not heard of this one before. Ufo's chasing cars down the highway eh? Can't say I have heard of anything like this before.

posted on Oct, 19 2020 @ 11:35 AM
a reply to: karl 12

Good thread mate

Its good to see the lesser known cases that are just as compelling getting some renewed attention!

posted on Oct, 20 2020 @ 11:51 AM

originally posted by: data5091

Ufo's chasing cars down the highway eh? Can't say I have heard of anything like this before.

Pretty strange stuff mate and also reports of objects emerging from the ocean, no wonder one of the 911 callers said this:

"I'm ashamed to tell you cause you're gonna' think I'm crazy -I have never been more frightened in my life"

When it comes to UFOs chasing cars have read a few similar reports, particularly from South America - Keith Basterfield's Aussie catalogue also contains a few freaky ones.

Interesting what the couple involved in this case told Gribble about their car and did remind me of the Levelland EM effect incidents - Preston Dennett also has a vid on that case and turns out there's quite a number of similar international reports in the same time frame - very intriguing stuff.

originally posted by: pigsy2400

Its good to see the lesser known cases that are just as compelling getting some renewed attention!

Lots of them out there mate
- also nice when researchers actually track down and reinterview the witnesses like this guy 56 years later.

Got to hand it to these folks who go out and do the legwork interviewing UFO witnesses - was listening to an interview the other day and roughly 20,000 dollars was spent on locating, travelling to and interviewing all the military airmen involved in the 1968 Minot case so hats off to them!


posted on Oct, 20 2020 @ 02:07 PM

originally posted by: data5091
I have not heard of this one before. Ufo's chasing cars down the highway eh? Can't say I have heard of anything like this before.


Top stuff, Karl... still batting it out of the park, even as ATS gasps its last. (In fact, I'm surprised to still be posting, lol!)

posted on Oct, 24 2020 @ 07:47 AM
a reply to: ConfusedBrit

Good to see you mate and thought you'd like the USO aspect - Topanga Canyon is only fifty miles away from Catalina island and they've been spotting them there for decades (back in the sixties families were even going down there with a packed lunch).

See 3:10

Writes Ann Druffel,

“This body of water lies between the coastlines of Southern California and Santa Catalina Island, 20 miles offshore to the southwest. The area has for at least thirty years been the scene of UFO reports of all kinds: surface sightings of hazy craft which cruise leisurely in full view of military installations, aerial spheres bobbing in oscillating flight, gigantic cloud-cigars, and at least one report of an underwater UFO with uniformed occupants.”

Another researcher, Robert Stanley, editor of the now defunct magazine Unicus, writes,

“Even in the sixties, families were going down to the beach and waiting for a UFO to pass by…. By the 1970s, whole families were going down to the beach at Point Dume at night to watch the multi-colored UFOs [that] would sink under the water at times.”

MUFON field investigator Bill Hamilton writes,

“For years witnesses have seen many types of UFO cruising off the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Southern California. UFOs have actually been seen to come out of the water in the San Pedro Channel.”

I had already uncovered several firsthand cases myself. My next step was to put together a comprehensive list of all the recorded ocean-going encounters in the area.
I came up with more than 50 sightings..



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