Phoenix Lights II ?-April 21,08


UPDATE: Man claims responsibility for Phoenix mystery lights
April 23rd, 2008 @ 10:04am
by Hanna Scott/KTAR and KTAR Newsroom

A Phoenix man says he caused the red light display that mystified thousands of people as it floated across the north Phoenix sky Monday night.

Strange Lights in Valley Sky-ABC 15

“An official from Luke Air Force Base stated that they do not have any aircraft in the sky tonight and that the lights are not part of any Air Force activities.

The Deer Valley airport officials said that the lights were not from any aircraft at that airport.

Ian Gregor, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said that air traffic controllers at Sky Harbor Airport also witnessed the lights, but they do not know the cause.”

This is Alien Jesus’ neck of the woods and this is the first time anybody is making a big deal about these lights. They’ve been around for years and nobody ever knows anything. Nobody ever much looks.

What I find the most interesting is last night so many people were looking up and decided this was strange.

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4 thoughts on “Phoenix Lights II ?-April 21,08

  1. Somewhat similar activity in St Augustine, FL in the past couple of weeks. Read about it here, or go here for video (and some bad commercials that you can’t skip).

  2. Couple of items from the Phoenix New Times today. First, Air Traffic Controllers Who Saw UFO Muzzled by FAA:

    Air traffic controllers in the main tower of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport saw last night’s bizarre spectacle of red lights flying across North Valley skies, but the Federal Aviation Administration won’t let them talk to the media.

    Ian Gregor, FAA regional spokesman, says the agency’s policy won’t allow controllers to comment even if they want to relate their experience.

    Second, Chopper Pilot Says UFOs probably balloons with flares. In this one, there are a few folks saying this event was just balloons with flares attached. However, there’s more food for paranoid cover-up thoughts:

    Phoenix police said earlier today they would allow the media to interview pilot Bruce Bates, who claims to have had a good view of the mysterious lights observed and photographed by residents in the North Valley. Police spokeswoman Stacie Derge later canceled the meeting…

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