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The Mystery Of The Phoenix Lights: “When The UFOs Came”

Very recently, the 25th anniversary of one of the strangest events that has happened in Arizona, USA, has just been celebrated: the phenomenon of the Phoenix Lights
Those who witnessed the strange Phoenix Lights described them as “a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s” and the phenomenon became the most witnessed U̳F̳O̳ sighting in the world.

According to the Mutual U̳F̳O̳ Network, on March 13, 1997 between 7:30 and 10:30 p.m., thousands of people reported seeing strange, bright lights flying over Nevada, Arizona, and parts of Mexico.

“It wasn\’t a single event, there were many events across the state for over 12 hours,” said Lynne Kitei, a spokeswoman for the Phoenix Lights Network.

The first event in the Phoenix Lights was described as a V-shaped object the size of a commercial airliner rising through the sky.

A Prescott witness who wished to be known only as J.R. He said he saw a boomerang-shaped object glide over Granite Mountain, and that it was at least a mile wide. He said that he was in no way from this planet.

“We don\’t have anything that big,” he said. “It was totally silent. I\’ve never seen anything like the colors of the exhaust that powered that thing. It was as big as downtown Prescott and completely blocked out the stars.”

The second event was reported by an unidentified former Arizona police officer who said he saw a series of stationary orange and red lights hanging over the Valley.

The Phoenix Lights were treated as a joke at first by then Governor Fife Symington, who had an aide dressed as an a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ for a press conference on the phenomenon.

“This shows you guys are too serious,” Symington said at the time.

However, Symington later made a full 180 and not only claimed to have seen the Phoenix Lights himself, but believed them to be supernatural in origin.

“I\’m a pilot and I know almost every machine that flies,” Symington said. “It was bigger than anything I\’ve ever seen. It is still a great mystery. Others saw it, responsible people. I don\’t know why people ridicule him.”

The orange and red lights were later explained as flares dropped by military aircraft during a training exercise at the Barry Goldwater Firing Range. However, the V-shaped object remains unexplained.

There is even a movie
The Phoenix Lights have captured the imagination of millions of people over the last two decades, including some in Hollywood. The phenomenon was a key plot point in a horror movie, “Phoenix Forgotten,” which was released in 2017.

The film tells the story of Sarah Bishop, a documentary filmmaker who returned to Phoenix 20 years after her brother went missing investigating the Phoenix Lights.

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In the film, Bishop came across a video recorded by her brother and two others about his experiences investigating the Phoenix Lights. The found-film style was popularized by the cult hit “Blair Witch Project.”

The event was also the focus of a book and a documentary.

The latter will be screened Sunday at the Harkins Theaters near Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard. But those are not the only links between the U̳F̳O̳ and the big screen. Actor Kurt Russell said that he was the pilot who reported the phenomenon.

“I was flying [my son] out to see his girlfriend, and we\’re getting close, and I saw six lights over the airport – absolutely uniform – in a V shape,” he said in an interview with the BBC last year. last.
U̳F̳O̳ sightings are quite common in the Phoenix area. There are reports of strange lights in the desert sky several times a year. According to a Washington Post article, Arizona has the highest number of U̳F̳O̳ sightings per capita in the country.

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