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The UFO Phenomenon

Did fighter jets engage the Phoenix Lights ?

December 14, 2014 | Comment icon 528 comments



An investigative journalist claims to have proof of the military's involvement. Image Credit: US Air Force
New evidence has emerged allegedly proving the military's involvement in the infamous UFO sighting.
One of the best known UFO cases in the United States, the Phoenix Lights was a mass sighting that occurred over Arizona in 1997.

Thousands of people reported witnessing either a series of stationary lights over the Phoenix area or a separate triangular shaped formation of lights that was seen passing over the state.

These sightings have generated significant controversy over the years and given rise to many conflicting theories and explanations.
Now however investigate journalist David Collins has allegedly acquired a leaked video showing what he is claiming to be evidence that fighter jets were dispatched to intercept the lights.

"Newly released classified footage of the infamous lights depicts military craft over the Phoenix basin engaging unknown aircraft," collins wrote, claiming that the video "verified" the presence of the military at the time of the original incident back in 1997.



The footage that Collins claims shows the military's involvement can be viewed - here.

Source: Mirror | Comments (528)


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Comment icon #519 Posted by skyeagle409 8 years ago
Are you sure you are talking about the same video? Does it matter? No. The issue is whether or not a video camera captures correct color. The comment you post about orange lights is irrelevant since it does not address the issue that was being discussed. Please read the thread and track the posts back to learn what was being discussed at the time. I was referring to eyewitnesses who described orange lights because videos can be misleading.
Comment icon #520 Posted by lost_shaman 8 years ago
I was referring to eyewitnesses who described orange lights because videos can be misleading. And dust and aerosols in the atmosphere can make a white light from 60 miles away look orange.
Comment icon #521 Posted by stereologist 8 years ago
I was referring to eyewitnesses who described orange lights because videos can be misleading. Which is irrelevant to the discussion we were having. The issue was not what the eye can detect or changes to colors due to atmospheric conditions, but rather what is knowable about color from a video image.
Comment icon #522 Posted by ChrLzs 8 years ago
4- is it possible the Proctor video does not show individual lights? i.e. if it was hypothetically a solid shape, could the different angles during flight create a perspective of individual lights? If you make a triangle and mark 5 points on it, then move it into different angles the distance between the points seems to change....is it possibly the case for the video or is it 100% 5 individual lights? thanks for response Chrlzs. quick question though, you answered yes to the above, my bad for not just having one question. Which of the three questions within the above text were you answering ye... [More]
Comment icon #523 Posted by quillius 8 years ago
Yup, should have been more clear. My 'yes' was to the first 3 points you made: "is it possible the Proctor video does not show individual lights? - Yes... and unless we get to see it.. "i.e. if it was hypothetically a solid shape, could the different angles during flight create a perspective of individual lights?" - Yes... even small angle changes will make a difference, and of course that angle will change as the craft move towards/away/across the field of view. "If you make a triangle and mark 5 points on it, then move it into different angles the distance between the points seems to change.... [More]
Comment icon #524 Posted by stereologist 8 years ago
In this case there is supposed to be a triangle with 5 lights on it. The relative distance between the points will change as the object rotates and translates relative to us. What I don't see possible is the rearrangement of the lights being possible as seen on the Proctor video.
Comment icon #525 Posted by ChrLzs 8 years ago
Thank you Chrlzs, so you would then have to agree that neither the Proctor video or Mitch's statement constitute hard evidence of planes? to be clear I am not saying that there were no planes in the sky, I am saying that it certainly isn't a slam dunk Yes, I agree. No slam dunk, and like 100% of these cases to date (still happy to genuinely address 'the one' if anyone can come up with some real evidence..), it is simply a case of some lights in the sky that have not been absolutely identified. But I have to ask, does that non-absolute identification help us in any way? Does it make it somehow ... [More]
Comment icon #526 Posted by DONTEATUS 8 years ago
Ok Now Im Lost ! Did the Fighter Jets shoot E.T. down again ? Man Were a nasty Lot on this Planet !
Comment icon #527 Posted by S2F 8 years ago
Ok Now Im Lost ! Did the Fighter Jets shoot E.T. down again ? Man Were a nasty Lot on this Planet ! I suppose we did stray a bit from the original premise of the thread. The rather dubious footage of jets engaging the Phoenix lights UFOs.
Comment icon #528 Posted by DONTEATUS 8 years ago
THere have been a few reports over the years of Fighter Jets actually trying to engage UFO`s. They all end Like the one on Star trek. Nada !


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