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The Battle Of Los Angeles
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Unidentified aircraft were sighted over Los Angeles, California, in the early morning of February 25, 1942, and provoked a vigorous reponse from anti-aircraft defenses, which fired 1,430 rounds of ammunition. No bombs were reported dropped, nor do any enemy planes appear to have been shot down. One large UFO in particular is said to have hung stationary as anti-aircraft shells exploded on and near it. The object then moved slowly along the coast beteen Santa Monica and Long Beach at a speed of about 6 miles per hour, then vanished. Highly maneuverable red lights were reported seen in the skies, moving in zigzag patterns and maneuvering around bursting shells. Three persons, none of them armed forces personnel, were reported killed in the incident, and three others allegedly died of heart attacks related to the shelling. According to an official statement from the secretary of the navy, no enemy aircraft had appearead over Los Angeles, and the incident was declared a false alarm. The Battle of Los Angeles has never received a conclusive explanation.
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