The UFO in our back yard

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‘On October 6, 2018 at 7:30 p.m., my grandson and I were descending the 76 about 10 miles east of the Pala Casino in the Valley Center region in my truck. We were returning from a Scouting event at Camp Mataguay in Warner Springs.’

‘It was dark at the time and there was light drizzle. Suddenly, to our immediate left, there was green light swirling within clear view of our vehicle. The light was bright and alarmed the both of us. It stopped within a few moments. About 5 seconds later, the light started up again but much more intense and partially surrounding my truck, as if, I was driving through it. It looked like thick bands of light that were swirling back and forth and up and down.’

  • Date: 2018-10-11T06:51:41Z
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  • Date: 2018-09-28T15:19:40.926Z
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  • Date: 2018-10-11T05:21:41+0000
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