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From: email@example.com (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas) Date: Sun, 16 Mar 1997 08:02:30 -0800 Subject: Orange Globes in Phoenix [2 msgs] From: firstname.lastname@example.org (tim edwards) Newsgroups: alt.ufo.reports,alt.alien.research,alt.alien.visitors Subject: Mass Sighting in Phoenix Date: Sat, 15 Mar 1997 03:40:25 GMT Organization: ufos This report just in from Tom King. Orange globes or large balls of light have been videotaped and reported across Arizona since last monday. At least 3 videos were taken last night between 8:00 to 10:00 pm and one shown on tv showing 6 in lined up in a row. Reports have been fielded by one airline pilot but did not show up on radar. News report 1000s of witnesses. It is already being called the most documented mass sighting the last 10 years. Hovering very slow and 5 moving in a line Tom King of Phoenix also captured footage[estimate on size of 30 feet minimum, flickering orange lights and moving in formation, low altitude-1000 feet and 2 to 4 miles distance, no visible structure] At least 1 news station, Tom and numerous other people are doing a stakeout 4 miles south of Phoenix.The objects were reported last night in Phoenix, Tuscon, and Prescott and other locations. Objects were also witnessed by Bill Hamiliton. Extensive media and press coverage is ongoing. Steven Greer is also in Phoenix.This follows a trend of a tremendous esculation of orange globes worldwide. I'm working on a followup of the Salida sighting last Sat. Tim ===================================================================== Date: Fri, 14 Mar 97 11:25:37 -0700 From: email@example.com Subject: Re: Arizona Sightings To: National UFO Reporting Center <firstname.lastname@example.org> Dear Peter, Tom does not have a computer or e-mail address so I do most of e-mail communicating for him. Right now I am sending this message from my work station. My home e-mail is email@example.com. Yesterday, on a tip from Joe Trainor who does UFO Roundup on the web, I contacted a Steve Blonder who had sightings of the yellow-golden to orange ligts over the Gila River Indian Reservation. I called Tom King who video tapes many anamolous aerial objects and together we arrived at Steve's around 9 pm. Many of his neighbors were milling around the house as all of them had sighted these objects over the previous three nights between 9pm and 10 pm. Steve greeted us and told us that we were a little late as they already had a sighting. He showed us a video tape from his Panasonic 8mm camcorder which showed the anamolous lights. He had some of this out of focus because he used "autofocus" instead of manual for night taping. He and his wife volunteered to show us from their viewing spot, the second-floor balcony, where they were seeing the lights. We went to the balcony and took a look around. You could easily see air traffic on approach to Phoenix Skyharbor airport. They pointed to the southwest toward a group of low hills in the direction of the reservation. As they were showing us, one of the glowing lights came on in the pointed-out direction. Tom immediately went to his car to get his camcorder and wide-field telescope. When he came back and set up, five of these lights were now glowing brightly in the southwest. They did not appear to be the color of flares and were not conventional aircraft lights. Through the scope they appeared to be spherical. Four of these formed a horizontal line. Tom videotaped this formation for about five minutes until they went out one by one. We left the house and went to the boundary street next to the reservation to find a spot to stakeout tonight when we will return with more videocams. All of Steve's neighbors were very excited when they saw these lights and no one had a conventional explanation for them. They told us that there was virtually nothing over that area of the reservation. Sincerely, Bill Hamilton
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