Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles’

The UFO In Los Angeles In 1942

September 12th, 2013 § in UFO

What happened in Los Angeles in 1942 changed the way people would think about UFO’s. Hundreds of people saw the space ship just hovering over the city. The military when so far as to shoot light beams up in the sky and lit up the space ship so it was more visible to everyon[...]

Werner Herzog’s ‘Incident at Loch Ness’

June 20th, 2012 § in Legends

“The boundary between fiction and ‘documentary’ simply does not exist; they are all just films.” – Werner Herzog, from “Herzog on Herzog,” a collection of interviews . The German director Werner Herzog has gone to the ends of the earth &#[...]

The 1942 ‘Battle of Los Angeles’

August 31st, 2011 § in UFO

Five years before Roswell, five years before pilot Kenneth Arnold’s landmark sightings of “flying saucers” in the Pacific Northwest, 3 years before the Battle of the Bulge, two years before D-Day, and years before the so-called “modern UFO era” had o[...]

The death of a physician is ruled a suicide until …

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

The death of a physician is ruled a suicide until evidence uncovered in a new autopsy reveals that he was murdered. On February 23, 1974, police were called to the Los Angeles home of Dr. Ted Loseff. The call was made by his wife, Wilda, who told officers that her husband was arm[...]

When a college student dies in Tijuana

August 17th, 2011 § in Bizarre

When a college student dies in Tijuana, evidence points to foul play. The highway that separates Tijuana, Mexico, from the United States is called the Avenida Internacional.  Dozens of people die here every year, most, while trying to enter the U.S. illegally. On the night of Ma[...]

A college student is found dead in Tijuana

August 15th, 2011 § in Murders

Tijuana is one of Mexico’s most popular border towns for college students looking for fun at bargain rates. But a good time here can cost you your life. August 1, 1998. 1:30 a.m. Steven Thomas was looking for his 20 year-old brother Jayson in the crowds of partiers. They had be[...]

Mario Amado

August 15th, 2011 § in Murders

Mexican police say a man jailed for drunken behavior hung himself in his cell, but the forensic evidence points to murder. The town of Rosarito Beach, Mexico, lies only 25 miles south of San Diego, California, just below Tijuana. It’s known for its beautiful sunsets and romanti[...]

Kimberly Pandelios

August 11th, 2011 § in Murders

Does a notebook contain clues to the disappearance of a Los Angeles model? Just outside Los Angeles, nearly seven hundred thousand acres of wilderness covers the sprawling Angeles National Forest.  On February 29, 1992, a dedicated off-road enthusiast, who we’ll call Jeff,  w[...]

Mother’s Psychic Instinct

August 4th, 2011 § in Science

Do some mothers have a telepathic or psychic link to their children? January of 1974 was a blur of diapers and dishes for Carolyn Hebert, a mother of two.  But she will remember one day, in particular, for the rest of her life: “It was in the evening.  I was in the kitchen do[...]

Irene Love

August 1st, 2011 § in Bizarre

A woman discovers that her best friend from childhood is actually her sister. In 1962, 16 year-old Irene Love of Los Angeles, California, was home alone one Saturday afternoon exploring a box she found in her mother’s bedroom: “I opened it up and there were some papers. They [...]