It promises to be a night of heavy metal and hard-hitting UFO research. That's what is promised next Tuesday night, Aug. 19, at the UFO & Paranormal Research Society of Los Angeles (UPARS LA) http://www.upars.net.
After a controversial video was posted on YouTube by Nick Menza, the former drummer of Megadeth is hoping to explain himself live and in person and show the actual footage he shot outside his home in Studio City, Calif. (see footage attached to this story and see story here: Megadeth drummer films UFO in Studio City skies)
Menza was harshly criticized by some online that this was all a publicity stunt for a tour, or something like that, but he sticks to the story and is shocked about what he saw.
The show will be broadcast live from the Unitarian Church in Studio City by Jimmy Church, radio host of Fade to Black on the Dark Matter Radio Network, in conjunction with UPARS Los Angeles.
"It promises to be an exciting, hard-hitting evening of exploration into the topic of triangle UFOs and under water bases," says UPARS LA coordinator Steve Murillo. "We will be looking at an amazing UFO video shot right here in Studio City, just last month, by none other than the former drummer of Megadeth, Nick Menza, and you'll be there to meet Nick, hear his story and view this amazing video!"
Church, who is a noted journalist in his own regard, has been doing his own research regarding a very strange anomaly which appears on Google Earth—the underground bases just off the coast of Malibu. He says that anyone with Google Earth can view this strange sighting in what looks like a huge underwater artificial building just off the coast of Malibu.
Church has rented a private plane to fly over the site and he will present his findings on Tuesday night.
Also, author and journalist Preston Dennett will discuss what he knows about underwater bases and the link to Malibu, and one of his many books describes UFOs over Malibu.
In the past, a Fourth of July sighting of a black object that looked like a hockey puck was seen in the skies over Studio City during a family barbecue, and within minutes, the same kind of object was spotted over Chino, 40 miles away. The cases were reviewed by the investigators of the group, who research such sightings with a skeptical eye—Murillo is a pilot.
“You could either think that these two separate families were conspiring to make this up as some kind of hoax, or maybe they really saw something,” said Murillo.
Dennett, (http://prestondennett.weebly.com) who wrote 15 books about ghosts and UFO sightings particularly in the Los Angeles area. Dennett had lived in the San Fernando Valley all his life and suddenly found that many people around him had sightings. His brother chased a UFO across the Valley down Reseda Boulevard. His sister saw a strange craft above Stagg Street Elementary School and the Van Nuys Airport. Dennett began investigating UFOs and the paranormal in 1986 and has interviewed hundreds of witnesses and investigated a wide variety of paranormal phenomena.
“This is a very active area for sightings, forget Roswell,” Dennett said. More than 5,000 sightings in California alone from the late 19th to the early 21st centuries.
In his book One in Forty, the UFO Epidemic, Dennett detailed many accounts of alien encounters that he investigated, most of them in San Fernando Valley during a particularly active period in the 1990s. He also wrote UFO Over Topanga and UFOs Over California, all about local sightings.
But at the meeting at the he focused on alien encounters that resulted in healings. He talked to hundreds of people who have been healed of virulent cancer, AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis and other ailments.
“These healings are hard to believe, obviously, and they are at the bottom of the heap as far as the UFO community,” Dennett said. “It is not often discussed.”
After detailing cases for two hours, Dennett said “I would not be able to say if they are friendly or not, but from the people I’ve interviewed, at the worst the E.T.s seemed uncaring.” Dennett said the only common thread he could find about the people who were healed were that they were in professions that helped people, such as police, social workers and teachers.
At the meeting, one attendee insisted that not all the healings by aliens were positive. He said, “I was abducted and they made me older, look at me. Gray and older. I am only 69 and I have the body of a 90-year-old.”
Find out more about the UPARS meetings at: http://www.meetup.com/UPARS-Los-Angeles/members/13793449/
Where: Unitarian Universalist Church
12355 Moorpark St..
Studio City, CA 91604
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
7 p.m. promptly
Price: $15.00 per person
UPARS LA meets on the third Tuesday of every month.
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