In the 1930's and 1940's UFOs were a common occurrence. Both civilians and military personnel had experienced seeing them at one time or other. They were considered some kind of unknown phenomena that seemed to pose no threat. In 1941 radar was the newest technology for our military. When we were attacked at Pearl Harbor it became apparent that anything entering our airspace could be an attack by the Japanese, the Nazis or other enemies.
On February 25, 1942 at 2:25 am, eleven weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor, a huge object appeared on radar heading toward Los Angeles. The object hovered over Culver City, California and our military fired at it for three and a half hours. Unable to bring it down, the UFO flew out over the ocean never to be seen again. This event became known as The Battle of Los Angeles.
This was the first time our military fired at a UFO. The first time the weather balloon explanation was used, the first time "Official Denial" was used by the government to explain away this event that was hidden from the public for decades after it took place.
Scientists of those eras were hired by the Pentagon, The CIA, The White House, to perpetuate the myth that UFOs are not real. The Air Force implemented a campaign of ridicule, threats and in some cases actual elimination of people that refused to change their reports of what they filmed or witnessed.
From the earliest UFO reports to cities found on Mars and the Moon to the witnesses of some of the most incredible secrets ever known willing to testify under oath before congress, this film proves UFOs are real and that our government officials have known this and have kept us from knowing the truth about the phenomena.