Lights in Sky of South Orange County Help Promote E.T.-esque Movie Opening Wednesday

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There's something out there ... above Irvine.

How do you use spooky lights in the sky of South County and a mysterious underwater formation discovered off Malibu the past couple weeks to promote your PG movie whose plot reads eerily similar to E.T.? Let's go to the desert with the promoters of Earth to Echo.

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Two weeks ago, a mysterious underwater formation that some think could be a UFO base was discovered six miles off of the coast of Point Dume in Malibu.

Last week, for the second straight Wednesday in a row, unidentified lights were spotted in the sky above Southern California.

And today ...

Found in the desert sand of Lucerne Valley outside of Barstow, California, the star of Relativity's EARTH TO ECHO mysteriously appeared. Echo's likeness spanned approximately half a million square feet.

Here are a couple looks at what they are talking about:

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Looking at Echo image in sand from the sky and ...

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... Echo close up.

Think of Echo as the E.T. of Earth to Echo, which opens in theaters Wednesday. Directed by Dave Green, the pop corner is about four kids who find a small alien stranded on Earth. The friends work together to protect the alien and help him find his way home.

As for those real lights in the sky of southern Orange County ...


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jeannettemobbscut
jeannettemobbscut

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JohnnyDiablo
JohnnyDiablo

Any light in the sky around the solstice is the work of hippies lighting sky lanterns ( which are miniature hot-air balloons, the heat produced by candles ).  They do this every year, and just as predictably, when they do, people report them as U.F.O.s.

BillxT
BillxT topcommenter

If the "discoverer" of the UFO base had talked to an actual oceanographer of geologist familiar wit the area, they would have leaned there's nothing "mysterious" or even unknown about this well-documented feature.

See Huffington Post for 19 Jun '14 for a good discussion of this non-story. When you hear (or read) "... it's a nearly perfect oval shape ..." (Jimmy Church) and you take the trouble to look at the image and it's not particularly "perfect" at all, bells should be going off.

20ftjesus
20ftjesus topcommenter

Orbs.  That's what we used to call boobies in HS, "did you see the golden orbs on that one?!"

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