One of ufology’s most high-profile cases is 1997’s Phoenix Lights incident, involving the mass sighting of bright lights arranged in a v-shaped formation over Phoenix, Arizona, on March 13, 1997. Amongst the thousands of witnesses to the event, then-governor Fife Symington would later come forward to report that he witnessed the lights as well — an event that he made light of ten years earlier. And now, actor Kurt Russell has come forward, to report that he was a witness to the Phoenix Lights as well.
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The flash of light that appeared in Phoenix on March 8 has now been explained by Arizona Public Service as a breaker opening on an electric line. In other words, it was an electric arc. However, our experts are not so sure that this is an explanation for the flash, or a matter of explaining it away.

"I can say with fair certainty that this was NOT a strobe flash, electric arc or lightning flash, any of which would have started and ended much more abruptly. This one started very brightly but then faded out over a period of four or five frames (about 1/5 – 1/8 second) which is MUCH too long for any of those. No rolling shutter effects are visible in this clip, but this camera probably has a CCD imaging chip which would not be susceptible to these effects."read more

New information has come forth about the Phoenix Lights from a military man who was stationed in the area at the time!

The information was revealed by an anonymous poster on a website blog, but the information checks out. In UFO Digest, Steve Hammons quotes him as saying, “It has been nearly 12 years since the incident known as the ‘Phoenix Lights’ was shown around the world, nearly 12 years that something has been burning inside of me. When the official explanations of the incident were released (mainly the story about Maryland ANG [Air National Guard] A-10 ‘Flares’ story), myself and everyone else that had anything to do with the incident itself were deflated, as we knew it was false.
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