The mysterious lights appearing over San Ysidro, California on the night of April 28th have been identified by the photographer who took the shot as the lights of an array of television antennas. Mystery solved. For more information, click here. No doubt the military didn’t comment because they had nothing to say, and NBC 7 pulled its video because the mistake became apparent. Join the club, NBC7 and don’t be embarrassed! There’s always a risk in reporting on the unusual, as we know all too well on this website. The important thing is to tell it like it is: when a mystery is solved, it’s solved.
read more

This appeared over San Diego early in the morning of April 30. It was reported on local news and observed by a number of people. Is it a cluster of LED lights on balloons? A genuine unknown. Apparently it was only visible for a short time. The red, white and blue coloring of the lights suggests a prosaic origin, but, as one of the commenters on the video notes, UFO clusters are becoming more common. For the present, this is an unknown, and a dramatic one. Please note: the video of San Diego NBC Channel 7’s report on this sighting has been removed by the poster.
read more

UPDATE! – On January 8, over 200 people observed a huge, silent UFOover Stephenville and Dublin, Texas, including one witness, Ricky Sorrells, who saw it before sunset. Sorrells was interviewed by science reporter Linda Howe on Dreamland. UPDATE: KJCT TV in Colorado reports that on January 26 around 7 pm, strange lights were reported around the Grand Valley. Witnesses saw white lights and other UFOs with blue, red and green lights that hovered in the sky for hours.
read more

A mysterious, window-rattling shaking woke up San Diego residents on April 4. Unknowncountry.com reported that the same thing happened in the same area in the past and we think we know the cause: global warming.

An earthquake was quickly eliminated as the cause of the recent shaking. Despite the fact that the Navy uses Warning Area 291 for training exercises, the military claims that none of their planes were flying at supersonic speeds that day. Researchers say the shaking was caused by a low-frequency sound wave that traveled from the ocean to the desert. Local scientists at the Scripps Institute have found records of 76 similar sound quakes in the last 3 years.
read more