posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 09:40 PM
I live in the bay area, but that area is a supposed hotspot for UFO's.
"On August 13, 1960, and for the next five days, California experienced one of the most intense UFO waves ever recorded. The wave was centered over
the northern California town of Red Bluff, but actually encompassed Willow Creek, Concord, Corning, Eureka, Pleasant Hill, Healdsburg, Santa Rosa,
Roseville, Mineral, Dunsmuir, Honeydew and Redlands.
It all began at 10:05 pm on August 13, when Deputy Sheriff Clarence Fry of Red Bluff observed a large glowing object over the Red Bluff
prison. Two hours later, two other patrol officers observed a large glowing object hovering 200 feet above their vehicle. The officers alerted
neighboring sheriff’s stations and took off chasing the object. Meanwhile, law enforcement officers in numerous other cities also observed the same
or different objects. At the same time, hundreds of calls poured in from citizens. Researcher Paris Flammonde calls this wave, “One of the most
impressive multiple sightings.” Researcher James Harder Ph.D. was so impressed by the case that on July 29, 1968, he delivered an official paper in
support of the case to the Committee on Science and Astronautics, House of Representatives, United States Congress. Incredibly, Air Force Blue Book
officials labeled the case as “atmospheric inversion” without any investigation. Still, this case remains one of the most intense waves in
[edit on 5-11-2008 by Genesis01]