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Himself - Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence
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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 ...
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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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A Few Questions....Comments
16 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First off, this was no PBS style documentary where they explored all sides. This was, it's aliens or UFO's right off the bat. I imagine this DVD is sold on all UFO conspiracy sites or in the gift stores in Roswell somewhere. I haven't a clue what these lights were and don't close my mind off to the possibilities, but they sure chose the major believers to put on camera instead of exploring all the possibilities, not just flares.

The first thing I noticed right off was, why do these lights/spacecraft aliens only appear at night? If this formation/craft/lights was so massive and the "aliens" want us to know they're around and they're intelligent, why not show up in the light?. Why not daytime to appear in its massive size.

Why aren't there people/believers in Phoenix right now on high alert every day with planes to take off on a moments notice, video cameras with super zooms or still cameras with grand zoom capabilities taking more shots up close. They know exactly were these lights show up, why not be around that area to take advantage of the possibilities. I mean they do state in this film that these lights/craft were very close to the ground and not high up. There are electronic devices that have the ability to zoom in pretty close even at a few thousand feet. At least close enough to see a solid object if there was one.

The video and photo footage of the lights was quite amazing and the stillness and formation of the lights is something to consider, but not to consider other ideas or solutions, is a mistake.


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