Hundreds Of Los Angeles Residents Call 911 As Massive ‘UFO’ Flies Across The Night Sky

A terrifying, mesmerizing UFO was caught on camera by multiple witnesses last night as it hovered over Los Angeles, prompting a wave of 911 calls and bringing highway traffic to a standstill as spectators stared in awe.

The strange object began as a thin sliver of blue light, moving slowly across the night sky:

Gradually, it started expanding until a large, round halo enveloped the tip, like a bright explosion in slow motion:

According to one report, at least 130 people dialed 911 to report the astonishing sight—and those were only from a small part of LA County:

Musician and rapper even posted footage of the event to his to 13+ million Twitter followers and asked, “what is that in the Los Angeles sky?”

Some stunning photos reveal the incredible light show put on for millions of LA locals:

As the night went on, speculations raged as to what exactly was being witnessed—aliens were, of course, brought into the discussion.

However, it appears there’s a much more “down to Earth” explanation: Elon Musk and his private space company, SpaceX:

Indeed, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 had just been launched the same evening—its final mission for 2017—from California’s Vandenburg Air Force Base.

On Twitter, Elon Musk brought a little humor to the situation, sarcastically saying it was “definitely aliens”:

The bizarre sighting came at an interesting time when the topic of UFO’s has peaked recently after a former Pentagon official confirmed, “we may not be alone.”

Making mainstream media headlines everywhere, the story lent unprecedented credibility to long-time conspiracy theorists’ favorite topic of aliens.

“My personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone,” said Luis Elizondo during a CNN interview.

However, whether these beings come from outer space or some other unknown location is unclear.

That was a strange looking rocket trail for sure.

Source: David Wolfe

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