Part 2:  High Strangeness Lights in Lytle Creek, California

“With the naked eye, fuzzy colors is not what you see. The lights are as clear as a hovering helicopter with running lights except the lights are all different colors running all over the place - and there is no sound.

- J. D. Johnson, Computer Tech, Lake Elsinore, California

Image 5497 (03), March 23, 2006, 1-second exposure, Nikon D70, © 2006 by J. D. Johnson, Lytle Creek, California, east of Mount Baldy and northeast of San Bernardino.
Image 5497 (03), March 23, 2006, 1-second exposure, Nikon D70, © 2006 by J. D. Johnson, Lytle Creek, California, east of Mount Baldy and northeast of San Bernardino.

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January 3, 2012  Lytle Creek, California, northeast of Mt. Baldy - J. D. Johnson is a 42-year-old computer technician who has worked in information technology half his life and describes himself as a man who is rarely rattled by anything happening around him. But the night of March 23, 2006, he and his friend, Bob, encountered bright, colorful aerial lights in Lytle Creek, California, east of Mount Baldy and northeast of San Bernardino that not only scared J. D., but left him confused and unable to remember clearly what happened.

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