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Mystery Fireball Streaks Across LA

A mysterious object "moving very fast across the northern sky" was spotted near the San Bernardino Mountains around 10 a.m. on July 1st. The odds are it was a meteor, but if it wasn't, these types of sightings often lead to contacts and abductions in the same area in the ensuing weeks. Keep reading to find out where to contact us if this happens to YOU.

In the July 2nd edition of the Los Angeles Times, Richard Winton writes that the fireball was reported in an area from the Hollywood Hills to the Nevada state line. The local fire station received dozens of calls about it. Winton quotes dispatcher Tom Barnes as saying, "We got quite a few reports. It started with a gentlemen in the Lake Arrowhead area reporting a fireball in the Meadow Bay area, and then we started getting calls from all over." It was described as yellowish-green in color. No signs of a crashed airplane have been found.

If you live in the area and saw it?or have repercussions from it?contact us at Whitley@Strieber.com.

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