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The Phoenix Lights (2005)

Celebrating the historic and still unexplained Arizona mass sighting of 1997 this critically acclaimed and internationally award winning Documentary is based on the bestselling book, "The ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Charlie Balogh ...
Himself - Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Frances Emma Barwood ...
Herself - Former Phoenix Councilwoman & Vice Mayor (as Frances Barwood)
Tom Brunty ...
Himself - Religious Studies, Arizona State University (as Tom Brunty M.A.)
Chuck Byers ...
Himself - Pyrotechnics Expert
Tom Chavez ...
Himself - Former Law Enforcement Officer
Paul Cook ...
Himself - A.S.U. English Professor, Author (as Paul Cook Ph.D.)
Jim Dilettoso ...
Himself - Founder Village Labs, Image Processing Pioneer
Mike Fortson ...
Himself - Former Honor Guard, U.S. Navy
Trudy Guyker ...
Herself - Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Rebecca Hardcastle ...
Herself - Ordained Minister (as Rebecca Hardcastle M.Div. Ph.D.)
Ruth Hover ...
Herself - Psychologist (as Ruth Hover Ph.D.)
George Judson ...
Himself - Interior Graphic & Fine Artist
Lee Kitchens ...
Himself - S.E.T.I. (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Volunteer
Daniel J. Kitei ...
Himself - Resident Physician in Neurology (as Daniel J. Kitei D.O.)
Lynne Kitei ...
Herself - Health Educator, Author (as Lynne D. Kitei M.D.)
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Celebrating the historic and still unexplained Arizona mass sighting of 1997 this critically acclaimed and internationally award winning Documentary is based on the bestselling book, "The Phoenix Lights...A Skeptic's Discovery That We Are Not Alone". Over 30 credible eyewitnesses, children, scientists, military, pilots and experts give compelling testimony to the reality of these mysterious global visitations, including former AZ Gov. Fife Symington who discloses that he witnessed the event and it wasn't military! Astronaut and moon walker Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D. confirms that these phenomena are real! A Commercial & Vietnam pilot witnessed the silent, mile wide craft glide above his head. A Veteran 911 Phoenix Police operator tells all about that fateful night. NASA footage confirms that these phenomena are here. UFO buffs call it the most documented and important mass sighting ever recorded. But still today, the military and government can only offer questionable explanations as ... Written by Lynne D. Kitei, M.D.

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We are not alone

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This film has garnered over a dozen international film festival awards, including Best Film and Best Director. See more »

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Best film concerning the historic 3.13.97 AZ mass sighting!
19 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

Unlike some of the other reviewers, I welcomed the omission of buffoon debunkers & was impressed with the honest details by the experiencers themselves. While focusing on the inexplicable AZ mass sighting of 1997, this film also includes the history & scientific analysis of the data, which has been missing in most films of this genre. Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, a military/Vietnam/Commercial pilot, PhD optical experts & others of note confirm these century old global events, yet with photo & first-hand witness testimony verifying mile wide advanced technological vehicles appearing silently right over their heads, others would either ignore, continue to dismiss & even bash the credible documentation that something cryptic is going on for which there is no explanation - 15 yrs. later - as well as berate this courageous attempt to educate the public. Definitely worth checking out.


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