Sunday, September 09, 2007

Local TV station covers Nippon TV visit To Ley Family home

Nippon TV crew from Japan with the Ley family.


On August 11th Nippon TV came over to my home to interview our family about our witnessing the March 13, 1997 UFO craft passing over our house during the event known worldwide as "The Phoenix Lights". They were very much interested in interviewing witnesses in Phoenix that had seen an actual ET craft during that evening over 10 years ago.

There has been worldwide perplexity over the events of that evening. Most of the attention over that evening was initially focused on a few videos that had been taken around 10:00 p.m. that evening that showed an array of bright lights seemingly floating over the city of Phoenix. The perspective of those videos was taken at a distance from the city. There were no videos taken of these bright lights from below them because the "Phoenix Lights" were actually parachute flares dropped from military jets flown to the Barry M. Goldwater Range (bombing) from Maryland. By the time the light from the flares had passed through over 30 miles of atmosphere all but the essential bright light from the middle of the flare had been stripped away and so the "lights" looked different than any other lights in the sky or on the ground. Initial analysis of the videos of these lights by Jim Dilettoso of Village Labs seemed to indicate that these lights were so unique they appeared to be otherworldly. Unfortunately a videotape's ability to pick up the full spectrum of light is limited. Because of witnesses having actually seen ET crafts almost two hours earlier that evening an "assumption" was made that these unique lights were directly related to these ET crafts. There is a relationship between the lights and the UFO crafts but it is not that the lights were from a craft but that the lights brought worldwide attention to the event and ultimately exposed the actual witnesses of the ET crafts. Our family is in that situation: we saw a bonafide ET craft pass right over our heads; we never even saw the "Phoenix lights" until we were on the TV show Strange Universe. Perhaps if there were no videos of the flare lights to be mistaken as a UFO there would not have been as much worldwide attention to that evening in Phoenix Arizona.

Here's a video from the local television station that covered Nippon TV's presence in town while they gathered information for a special to be on Nippon TV in Japan in October. The show that will feature the presentation has a viewership of 20 million in Japan.

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