Sunday, May 13, 2007

Mesa Tribune Article 1st Year Anniversary Phoenix Lights

National Examiner Phoenix Lights Story With Ley Familty Photo

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USA Today Front Page Phoenix Lights Story 6/18/1997

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This is an image I created on my computer during meditation that shows a representation of the tail end of the arm of the Phoenix Lights UFO that passed over my head on March 13, 19997Posted by Picasa
These unusual clouds appeared in the southern sky over Valhalla, New York.

Former Governor Fife Symington admits seeing A UFO on March 13, 1997.


For Immediate Release: For further information contact:
Sunday, March 18, 2007 Leslie Kean 212 691 4350 415 250 9791


Fife Symington decides to set record straight ten years after famed “Phoenix Lights” incident

Phoenix, AZ – Ten years after the Arizona UFO incident known as the “Phoenix Lights,” former Arizona Republican Governor Fife Symington, III, now says that he himself was a witness to one of the “craft of unknown origin,” even though he originally did not say so publicly.

In an exclusive interview by Leslie Kean, an investigative reporter with the Washington-based Coalition for Freedom of Information, released today in the Prescott Daily Courier, Symington now admits that he saw an enormous, inexplicable craft that evening.

On March 13, 1997, during Symington’s second term as Governor, thousands saw gigantic triangular and V-shaped unidentified objects, gliding slowly and silently across the sky. Witnesses throughout the state estimated that the eerie, lighted vehicles were bigger than many football fields, up to a mile long.

They reported that these were clearly solid, technological flying machines that blocked out the stars - not merely lights. The objects were seen earlier than the row of lights near Phoenix, videotaped and shown repeatedly on television, which were most likely flares.

Symington was well known for ridiculing the incident at a spoof press conference, so his statement marks a dramatic turnaround. According to his comments to Kean, he wants to make amends to his constituents and set the record straight.

The former Governor, a cousin of the late Missouri Senator Stuart Symington, states that the incident remains unsolved, and should be officially investigated. The U.S. Government has never acknowledged that something was in the sky that night, despite official documentation of a very similar flying craft of unknown origin investigated in the 1990’s by the governments of England and Belgium.


Former Arizona Fife Symington admits seeing a UFO on March 13, 1997 which he covered up at the time

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