This is the Wifey’s drawing. Notice the line of red lights which were above the water at the place where the ocean meets the horizon.
“UFO’s are as real as the airplanes flying overhead.” Paul Hellyer. Former Canadian Defense Minister.
UFO’s are real, burgeoning and not going away. L. A. Marzulli
The Wifey and I were driving back from San Luis Obispo on Monday night, August 15th. It was around 9pm at night and we had just passed Neptune’s Net which is on PCH, right near County Line. It’s a favorite surf-spot and motorcycle-riders hang out. The view is amazing and it’s the last point of civilization, on PCH, as further up the coast is nothing but untouched mountainous terrain with no houses or other buildings for miles.
The Wifey was looking out at the ocean when she said: I see something that doesn’t look normal. She then described two sets of red lights which moved together and then suddenly disappeared. This area of ocean is one of the deepest channels in the ocean, on the planet, and is also a known USO/UFO hot spot.
Then L & J from Oceanside, which is about a three-hour drive south of us sent us this!
Last night August 15, 2016, approximately between 8:30 and 9 PM my wife and I went for a walk with the dogs and we were on a hill near our house when we saw multiple bright lights that look like orange fireballs. These lights appeared and disappeared at a rapid rate. The location where we saw the lights was over double peak in San Marco’s California. They appeared over eight lights total approximate maybe 10. We watch these lights appear and disappear for a good 5 to 10 minutes, until it completely stopped. The next day we saw on Fox five news that it talked about the lights over San Diego and how vast of an area they were appearing. L.
Last night August 15, 2016 around 8:30pm and 9:00pm my husband and I were walking our dogs on a hill behind our home when suddenly I noticed some bright orange lights that were appearing out of nowhere, some appeared to be dropping vertically and enlarging and diminishing without a trace. As soon as I notice the lights I started counting them, I counted 8 to 10 at first. Then we wanted to capture it on video but unfortunately neither of us had our phones with us so my husband ran back inside the house to get his phone and during that time I counted another 8 lights and the following morning we saw the news report on Fox5news San Diego about the light over Southern California. J.