Wednesday, March 16, 2011

14 Year Anniversary of the Phoenix Lights NEWS REPORT

14 years ago on March 13, 1997, one of the most massively witnessed UFO sightings occurred in the skies over and around Phoenix, Arizona. Witnessed by thousands of people and photographed by hundreds, there is no doubt that something was seen over the skies of Phoenix that night. The question remains - what did they see? If you were a witness to these amazing lights over 14 years ago RealUfos would like to hear your account as a reply to this post.

In 2007 Phoenix govenor Fife Symington said that he himself was a witness to one of the strange unidentified flying objects, even though he originally did not say so publicly at the time (to avoid panic so he says) “It was enormous and inexplicable,” he said in an exclusive interview from his home in Phoenix. “Who knows where it came from? A lot of people saw it, and I saw it too.”

The strange lights were sighted during a three hour period between 7:30pm and 10:30pm on March 13. They covered a 300 mile corridor from the Nevada line through Phoenix to the Northern edge of Tucson. Since thousands of witnesses called local Air Force bases, news stations, and UFO organizations with their reports, we are able to glean the exact route that the mysterious object took. Rate this posting:


Anonymous said...

They were flares! Anyone see the documentary where they matched the flares perfectly, and I mean perfectly floating down over the landscape? It matched perfectly!
You people are connecting the lines with those lights! I do agree that there was something else traversing earlier that night, but the big string of light was and always will be flares. Quit wasting time on this non-event.

Anonymous said...

"Cognitech, an independent video laboratory, superimposed video imagery taken of the Phoenix Lights onto video imagery it shot during daytime from the same location. In the composite image, the lights are seen to extinguish at the moment they reach the Estrella mountain range, which is visible in the daytime, but invisible in the footage shot at night. A Dr. Paul Scowen, visiting professor of Astronomy at Arizona State University, performed a third analysis using daytime imagery overlaid with video shot of the lights and his findings were consistent with Cognitech."

Anonymous said...

They weren't just flares. Flares were dropped by the military in addition to the real sighting (that did happen), which is what the flare drop was trying to cover up. Obviously it fooled you.

Anonymous said...

No, I agree and I even said that in my first post if you bothered to read it: I" do agree that there was something else traversing earlier that night, but the big string of light was and always will be flares."
I wasn't fooled. You didn't bother to read or comprehend. 2 different events on the dame night. Do your research and wake up!

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