A few weeks ago my boyfriend and I were waiting for my mom in the car. Its L. A. so planes and helicopters are always flying about. As i looked up I saw this rectangle shape darker compared to night sky. It had bluish-green lights and it just flew up in a split second. Its hard to explain what it looked like but it just appeared outta nowhere and disappeared.
My boyfriend said, oh crap! did you see that? I was puzzled but I called norway Voices of the Deadmy brother immediately and told him what we had just seen. I posted it up on myspace but nobody had seen it. And I know for a fact it wasn't a kite or nothing beats that. It might sound unreal but trust me I saw it and so did my boyfriend.
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