Pack Of UFOs Over The Pacific Ocean Baffle San Diego Area Residents, Local News Outlets

UFOs Over The Ocean Baffle San Diego Area Residents Local News


  • A series of bright UFOs that appeared over the Pacific Ocean near San Diego on Monday.
  • The UFOs had area residents baffled and local news scrambling to try and find out what they were.
  • Two nearby military bases said they did not know where the lights originated.

A mysterious pack of glowing UFOs over the Pacific Ocean near San Diego had area residents contacting local authorities and news outlets on Monday.

The UFOs, which appeared to be in some sort of pattern, blinking on and off at times, were visible from La Jolla to the north and as far south as Tijuana, Mexico.

According to the Sacramento Bee, they first appeared in the night sky around 9 p.m. on Monday, June 27.

10 News San Diego reported “social media users reported seeing the lights over Mission Beach while others reported seeing the lights from San Diego’s Paradise Hills neighborhood.”

NBC 7 San Diego said reports began coming in to their office at around 10 p.m. with one person telling them, “[We] saw a row of three orange dots above the sky downtown. They never moved. Then suddenly there were five. And then six. They never went off in different directions, but the lights would just blink off on a few and then come back on a few minutes later. It’s was quite weird yet interesting.”

Two area military bases claimed to not know the origin of the UFOs

San Diego police told NBC 7 that lifeguards reported the lights were flares used in a military exercise, however, two nearby military bases, Camp Pendleton and NAS North Island, told CBS 8 San Diego they had no idea what the lights were.

Numerous people on social media shared their views of the strange UFOs in the sky and offered their opinions of what they may have been.

Similar UFO sightings have been made in the past near Miami, Detroit and Cleveland, in Michigan and in Great Britain.