Unknown objects were spotted in the skies over Los Angeles on July 4 this year, and remain unexplained.
Steve R. Murillo, a trained investigator of —a volunteer organization that skeptically researches claims of UFO—looked into the sightings that started in Chino and ended in Studio City only 40 minutes apart.
The Chino sighting in the video is exactly the same as the craft seen in Studio City, and in fact, the family saw the video on YouTube.
See the videos above for other sightings in the Los Angeles skies that were posted on July 4, ironically the date of one of the most popular sci-fi alien films ever made, Independence Day. No police reports were made to the Los Angeles Police Department's North Hollywood division that night.
Murillo said he interviewed witnesses in Studio City where a woman, her husband and four others were at a barbecue. Only three of five people were able to see the object were able to see the object as it went from the southwest to the northeast over Studio City.
Murillo noted in his report, “Could be a RC (remote controlled) toy UFO, man made, but the person who posted on Youtube was located in Chino Hills. This is approximately 40 miles away from the witness as the crow flies. If this was a hoaxed remote, the operator would have to be in a chase car to maintain radio contact with the craft.”
Murillo said it would be impossible to have a remote controlled toy make it 40 miles in a matter of minutes, and concluded: “I'm stumped. Unexplained craft.”
He also added:
“Footnote: witness revealed that she has seen other objects in the past, and has been an abduction experiencer her whole life, as was her mother, grandmother, and now her eldest daughter."
Also in the videos, see an international news report about this story that mentiones StudioCity.Patch.com.
The regional Los Angeles MUFON meeting is held in Studio City at the on Tuesday, Aug. 16, where author T.L. Keller is scheduled to be the keynote speaker talking about the Antelope Valley, Area 51 and the U.S. Anti-gravity Technology Program. Find out more at www.MUFONLA.com.