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Case File 92-The Battle of LA: In December of 1941 the Second World War had officially spilled across the Pacific and reached the US. Following the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, the citizens of the US were set on edge by the fear of a Japanese attack on the West Coast of the US mai...

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In December of 1941 the Second World War had officially spilled across the Pacific and reached the US. Following the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, the citizens of the US were set on edge by the fear of a Japanese attack on the West Coast of the US mainland. Some would say that fear was affirmed when a secret Japanese submarine surfaced and fired on the city of Ellwood, California on February 23, 1942. The very next night the residents of Los Angeles were witness to what, some would say, was the first ever engagement of a UFO by human military forces. Following a night filled with air raid sirens, spotlights sweeping the night sky, and Anti-Aircraft fire from American ground forces the US military was at a loss as to what had truly been seen that night. Two official reports were released, one implied that it was an enemy spy plane, the other, claiming it was a weather balloon. Multiple witnesses reported that something had been caught in the spotlights above LA that night, something that had seemed unaffected as it weathered the formidable night time barrage. This case file the theorists look to the skies over LA LA Land for...the Battle of LA.  
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Sources to Consider
https://www.history.com/news/world-war-iis-bizarre-battle-of-los-angeles
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDnFXfjxVl4&fbclid=IwAR3jNlWaukWvMu5yN4dvjfUSMbH5JSXdoKtFXzHnDWldk8fx_1j-XYkMIwM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m7736RMBEg
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Los_Angeles

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