The Unexplained Phoenix Lights Phenomenon

The Unexplained Phoenix Lights Phenomenon

– Tonight, something strange happened in the skies over Arizona that still hasn’t been fully explained. – [Announcer] An event now known as the Phoenix lights. – [Announcer] It is extraordinary. – [Announcer] No one knows for sure what happened that night in the skies over Arizona in March, but thousands of people saw something. – This week on Buzzfeed Unsolved, we investigate the Phoenix lights, a possible UFO sighting in Phoenix, Arizona. This case is regarded by many to be ^one of the bigger UFO cases of all time, ^mainly because of the amount of witnesses. ^You already look like you’re stoked. – I love it, I love it. (laughs) A lot of times, it’s like ooh, this person saw a lady get abducted by minions, but nobody had a camera. – Well, not today, friend, not today, because spoiler alert, just take a little peek in there. It’s hot.
– You didn’t even look. Ooh, there you go. – There’s so much heat in here. Let’s get into it. – Okay. – (laughs) Okay. ^On March 13th, 1997, around 7 PM, ^a string of about five lights in a V formation ^appeared in the sky above Phoenix, Arizona. The National UFO Reporting Center reported that the first call regarding the lights came in at 8:16 PM from a retired police officer in Paulden, Arizona, which is about two hours north of Phoenix. The retired police officer reported he saw, quote, ^a cluster of red-orange lights ^arranged in a V formation, end quote. The National UFO Reporting Center reportedly began to get a flood of calls from south of Paulden suggesting the lights were moving in a south-eastern direction. Allegedly, there were over 700 witnesses, including pilots, police officers, and military officials that were lighting up the National UFO Reporting Center’s switchboards looking for an explanation. Some describe the lights as orbs, ^others said triangles. ^A large amount of witnesses describe the lights ^as part of a singular massive craft, ^a craft that made no noise. – [Shane] So some people saw a craft, I got a bubble, I got an air bubble in my throat right now, you hear that? You ever get that? This is scary, I don’t sound like myself. – [Ryan] Oh, you sound– – [Shane] I sound like an alien. – [Ryan] You sound alien. – Yeah, I’m like a pod person. (grunts) Okay. Yeah, you know, that’s that thing, you look in the darkness long enough, you’re gonna see something. – Yeah, 700 people are gonna all hallucinate at the same time. – Yeah. – Okay. – I mean, some of them did, some of them didn’t. I mean, it’s not hallucinating, I’m saying some of the people looked up and said– – Misidentified. – Oh, I see something, I’m staring at the darkness, are those all connected, what’s my mind doing? – Here’s a crazy dot– – In March? – Though this may be, I may be going off the deep end here, but if 700 people say they saw something, what if they actually saw something? – No doubt they saw something, but what is that thing? – Don’t, what? – That’s the question. – [Ryan] One man named Terry Proctor captured ^one of the only videos of this event. ^The grainy, low-quality video, which we can’t show you ^due to copyright, seemingly displays five lights in a V-like pattern in the sky. ^Around 10 PM, a second set of as many as nine lights ^appeared in the sky, seemingly hovering in the same spot. ^Whether these lights are related to or are in fact the same ^lights from the seven PM sighting, is unclear. However, it’s this set of lights that comprises most of eyewitness testimony, as it was later in the night after the buzz of the first sighting had people on alert. – [Shane] It seems like not the usual M.O. for aliens, right, to sort of do a little appetizer? – This is a weird case because there’s a possibility that one was legit and one actually was something normal, but was misidentified, so it confuses things. – Curious. – Or they were the same thing. I think either is just as likely. I think it’s possible that aliens knew they were gonna be seen, or didn’t know that they were gonna be seen, one of them fucked up, was asleep at the wheel, forgot to turn on the cloaking device or some crazy shit like that. – It’s just a button. – And now he’s fired and he’s looking for work. His wife divorced him, his little alien kids don’t have income to live off of, it’s a really bad situation for that alien father. – I don’t think aliens have money. – A laser printer technician named Dana Valentine witnessed the craft from his yard in Phoenix. ^Quote, we could see the outline of a mass ^behind the lights, but you couldn’t actually see the mass. ^It was more like a gray distortion of the night sky, wavy. ^I don’t know exactly what it was, ^but I know it’s not a technology the public ^has heard of before, end quote. ^Tim Ley, a management consultant, described the event ^saying, quote, it was astonishing and a little frightening. ^It was so big and so strange. ^You couldn’t actually see the object, all you could see was the outline, ^as though something was blotting out the stars. ^The lights looked like gas. ^There was a distortion on the surface. ^Also, the light didn’t spill out or shine. ^I’ve never seen a light like that, end quote. According to a USA Today article from the time, air traffic controllers could not see the lights on radar, despite seeing them with their own eyes in the sky. That’s pretty significant. – Yeah. – If there are planes, you would see them on the radar. – Yeah. – So it’s not a plane. – Unless it was stealth. – We’ll get into that later. Based off of reports, it appears that the mysterious spacecraft was enormous, made no sound, moved slowly, and on occasion, would hover over an area. Phoenix physician Dr. Lynne Kitei was a witness of these lights and states, quote, ^it was a mile-wide formation of these orbs ^and I caught them head-on turning into a V, end quote. ^Witness Sue Watson described the craft as, quote, ^a shopping mall flying over my home. ^It had these lights in front and then it was ^totally illuminated underneath, like a yellowish amber. ^It was a totally rounded boomerang shape, end quote. Videos of this second event showed the string of nine lights hovering in the sky. The lights illuminate off and on randomly over the course of a couple minutes while floating in what could be described as a loose, V-like formation. Other videos captured the events of March 13th, 1997 and according to a USA Today article, quote, ^computer analysis of the tapes puts the object ^at 6,000 feet long, or more than a mile, end quote. – [Shane] With these things, I tend to, you know, I tend to put it first on spooky military activity more so than extraterrestrials. It just seems like a big gamble for extraterrestrials to just, I mean, if they’re coming down at night in the first place, you know, clearly, and they’re trying to cloak themselves, well great. Maybe hang outside a few miles outside of town. – I mean, really it’s not that much of a gamble. What’s the gamble? They’re clearly more advanced than us, what’s gonna happen? Okay, we see them, we did see them. We’re not gonna attack them. – So pop on by around the afternoon. – Because maybe they– – Let’s get some peepers on that ship. – Maybe they saw us and they were like, hm, not interested. Swipe right, or left, or whatever the fuck Twitter is. Not Twitter, Tinder, just sounded like an 80-year-old man right there. (laughs) – Whatever Twinder. – Whatever Twinder is.
– Twinder. – Uh, yeah. I think maybe they saw, they came to check out resources. They didn’t like what they saw so they just left. While there are people who say the lights were part of one giant craft, there are others who believe the lights themselves were the crafts. ^A truck driver named Bill Greiner’s recollection ^of the event seems to suggest the latter. ^Greiner said that his truck route took him ^within a mile of Luke Air Force Base. ^He states that he witnessed two orbs, one of which was floating over the air force base. At that moment, three F-16s took off, after which the orb pursued one, but then shot up into the sky and disappeared. ^Quote, before this, if anybody had told me ^they saw a UFO, I would have said “yeah, ^”and I believe in the tooth fairy.” Now I’ve got a whole new view. I may be just a dumb truck driver, but I’ve seen something that don’t belong here. I wish the government would just admit it. You know what it’s like in this city right now? It’s like having 50,000 people in a stadium watch a football game and then having someone tell us we weren’t there, end quote. – Love this guy. – Yeah, I love it. He’s like he realizes the first thing a skeptic is gonna say is “oh, it’s a fuckin’ truck driver.” Check that box.
– Yeah. I was gonna say, oh, it’s a fuckin’ truck driver. He got me dead to rights. – And then he gave a solid analogy of people watching a sporting event and then having people go “hey, you didn’t watch that.” – And he also gave the I was a skeptic until I saw this defense, which is great. Oh yeah, and I believe in the tooth fairy, go fuck yourself. – It was a three-pronged attack. – That’s pretty good. – This guy’s, uh, he’s a savant when it comes to rhetoric. – Yeah. ^- [Ryan] On May sixth during a council meeting, ^city councilwoman Frances Barwood asks city manager ^Frank Fairbanks if there was going to be an investigation. ^Quote, I asked if anybody knew what this object was ^and could we check into it. ^I was met by a whole bunch of stares, end quote. ^She claims that following the meeting, a city manager approached her and said, quote, you shouldn’t have asked that question, end quote. Then the Arizona Republic published a cartoon of city councilwoman Barwood with a light switch on her forehead and a button on her jacket ^saying, quote, I love UFOs, end quote. Barwood continues, the mayor’s office put signs on my picture in the hallway and I found out afterwards they handed out business cards with my name on it that said speak into the tin foil. I will hear you, end quote. Despite being ridiculed, Barwood began receiving phone calls from other witnesses all describing the same thing. Nonetheless, for a while, the case went unacknowledged until a USA Today article released three months later, on June 18th, 1997 described the event, effectively bringing the story into the national spotlight. From the article, quote, on March 13th, hundreds of people reported an enormous object or objects in the night sky. It’s the most confounding UFO report in 50 years. So far, there is no explanation, but the government is not investigating. Local and federal agencies disagree over who should purse the report, end quote. – [Shane] Yeah, I guess it didn’t, so there’s been almost no coverage of it up until here. – [Ryan] No, and this is three months after the sighting. – [Shane] ‘Cause this is, this is before YouTube or– – [Ryan] Yeah, no one’s on Twitter going “holy shit.” – Yeah. – ‘Cause, you know, I mean for example, remember, what was it, a couple months ago when the SpaceX launch happened and it looked like the sky was breaking? If that happened in 1997 and we didn’t have Twitter. – Everyone would think it was an alien. – Everyone would think it’s an alien, they would lose their mind. – Yeah. – Of course, the government was, to their credit, able to give an explanation. They even announced it was gonna happen. They said this ship’s, it wasn’t a covert operation, so in that case, I don’t know if it’s too similar, but the internet is a tool of knowledge, I suppose. – In some ways. – Yeah, or it could be a means of destruction, the end of us. – Just hang in there, everybody. – [Ryan] With the country hungry for answers, then-governor Fife Symington held a press conference ^where he claimed he knew who was responsible ^and brought out the accused. – And now I’ll ask Officer Stein and his colleagues to escort the accused into the room so that we may all look upon the guilty party. Don’t get him too close to me please. (audience laughs) – [Ryan] And it’s here that this story gets interesting, because despite making a joke of the event, Governor Symington would later publicly admit ^that he too had seen the craft. Quote, I saw a huge craft come right over Squall Peak. It was just breathtaking. As a pilot and a former Air Force officer, I can definitively say that this craft did not resemble any man-made object that I’d ever seen. ^It was certainly not high altitude flares, ^because I’ve never seen flares fly in formation. ^Unquestionably, it was a UFO, end quote. Another interesting fact from Governor Symington ^was the fact that his office did inquire about the object, ^but they never received an answer, ^and if a governor can’t receive an explanation from the powers that be, what could they be hiding? – [Shane] There’s probably a lot of things they don’t tell governors. – [Ryan] Sure, but not when the governor in question has a state full of people that are pressing him for answers. You would think that they would be like, “hey, I know a lot of people are on you right now. “You’re under a lot of heat. “This is what you do,” but instead they ostracize him, they keep him on the outside to think oh, I wonder what he’s gonna do? Maybe he’ll run his mouth. – I would be more concerned if he did know something. – I’m just saying that if they had talked to him, he wouldn’t have said anything ever, I think. Because he would have had the fear of god in him. – But then he’s still, he’s still like a loose cannon. – [Ryan] Not necessarily. – They can’t know for sure that if they tell him something, he’s going to, he could go nuts, they don’t know. – Yeah you can, because it’s your job. I’m just saying that by keeping someone in the dark, you’re giving them the liberty to say whatever they really want. – With no basis for it, though. So if anyone hears it, they’re not gonna– – It has a little bit of basis. He’s a governor saying something, so that already inherently has a little bit of basis. – But he doesn’t know more than anyone else in town. – I know.
– Is the thing. – But it just makes it look more suspicious. – I don’t think it does. – I think it does. – Well, agree to disagree here. – All right. With that, let’s get into the theories, of which there are only two. The first theory is the official explanation ^from the Air Force that the lights witnessed in the sky ^were merely flares dropped in a training exercise ^from high altitude that night. ^The military states that the flares were dropped ^over the Barry M. Goldwater range near Gila Bend, Arizona, ^though it’s worth noting that Tuscon’s Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, the base that allegedly carried out the training exercise originally stated that it had no planes in the air at the time. Former F-16 pilot Ty Groh believes that the lights ^may well have been military flares. He says that flares go where the wind takes them. A breeze may have been able to carry all of them at an equal distance. In June of that year, a local news anchor taped another flare drop by the military, and skeptics suggest it bared a striking resemblance to the Phoenix lights. One important detail is what time the military reportedly dropped flares on the night of the Phoenix lights. The flare drop apparently occurred around 10 PM, ^aka the same time sightings of the second ^set of lights were reported, ^but while that possibly explains those lights, ^that still offers no explanation for the first set ^of lights that were seen nearly three hours earlier. ^One man named Mitch Stanley claims that during the time ^of the first sighting, he happened to be using ^a high-powered telescope capable of seeing ^1,500 times more light than the human eye. When he looked at the first set of lights, he claims they were planes. While compelling, this story seems odd ^when you consider the fact that no planes were reported ^in the air during the time of the first sighting, ^and since it wasn’t just one light, but rather five lights, ^it seems odd that there would be five unaccounted-for ^planes flying in tight formation. – [Shane] My gut tells me it’s just some shady military activity. Could have been flares, could have been stealths. You know, who knows? – [Ryan] They’ve only given one explanation for the second set of lights, and even that explanation to me is shit, I would say. (laughs) I think it’s a shit explanation. – This one’s shit. – I just think the flares, even if you do buy the flares, sure, the first set of lights still unexplained, except for one dude with a telescope who’s competing against 700 witnesses. And why the fuck is this guy with a telescope, he just happens to be using a telescope at the exact time of one of the craziest events of all time? – You gotta be honest, telescope people are weird. – (laughs) Yeah, I know, ’cause he’s actually– – [Shane] We don’t wanna be one of those. – He’s a favorite among skeptics, they’re like “see, this guy’s using a high power telescope with his mama” which he was, he was using, he was in the back– – No, I don’t doubt that he was, that him and his mama were out with their telescope. I’m just saying telescope people, I mean, how much are they spending on these telescopes? They’re gonna be out there every single night with like a margarita like let’s see what I find. – [Ryan] Yeah that’s true. – Oh, empty sky again, wow what a night. Well, that’s been eight hours, guess I’ll go to sleep ’cause the sun’s coming up. They’re basically vampires. – Then he says to his mom “good scoping.” She goes “good scoping, son” and then they go back to bed. – When are you gonna move out? (laughs) – Which brings us to our next theory, that the lights were not flares, but actual UFOs, ^and perhaps proof of extraterrestrial life. ^On the third year anniversary of the lights, ^another flare demonstration was performed ^to attempt to mimic the lights, ^this time by the National Guard, ^but people remained unconvinced ^that this was what they witnessed three years earlier. ^The flares, quote, flickered and moved erratically, ^end quote, and not in the bizarre grouped fashion ^of the Phoenix lights. Jim Dilettosa, a special effects expert, analyzed videos ^of the lights and said, quote, I have no idea ^what they were, end quote. ^Him and his team detail the orbs as, quote, ^a perfectly uniform light with no variation ^from one edge to the other and no glow. ^They have ruled out lasers, flares, holograms, ^and aircraft lights as sources, end quote. To gain further insight on this case, ^we sat down with ancient alien expert Giorgio A. Tsoukalos. What do you think the plausibility of this event actually happening is? – Well, we know it happened.
(laughing) – We do know what happened. Ryan and I agree, we don’t know what it was exactly. – What it was, yes, correct, and what I think is fascinating is that something similar happened seven years earlier in Belgium, which was also seen by thousands upon thousands of people. Same triangle formation and then also the individual lights. So I think it’s fascinating. – Have you seen anything that could maybe be an early version of what we saw in the Phoenix lights? – Sure, what’s interesting is that Alexander the Great and also in some accounts of ancient Constantinople, there are references of giant flying shields. Giant shields that are glowing in the sky and just crossed, you know, over the lands. So when you have these accounts of ancient flying shields up in the sky that are witnessed by armies, you have to wonder, well, were they all drunk? (laughing) Were they all smoking, or did they actually see something? – [Ryan] Even if the lights were misidentified flares ^or planes, this still doesn’t explain numerous witnesses ^describing a massive craft that the lights were attached to. ^Piggybacking off that, on March 14th, 1997, ^the morning after the Phoenix lights, ^an airman from Luke Air Force Base ^detailed a disturbing story from the day prior. ^He claimed that the base got a call from Prescott Valley ^Airport, quote, reporting an object that had a near-miss with a small Cessna, end quote. He claimed this call came at, quote, ^approximately 8:32 PM, that they encountered something ^over Phoenix, Arizona, end quote. ^As a result, the airman claims that Luke Air Force Base ^sent two F-15s to investigate. Upon their return to base, here’s how the airman described the pilot of one of the F-15s. Quote, the command pilot of this particular flight, I’ve never seen this man scared, and he was scared to death. He’s not sure what it was. His statement was that they followed this aircraft, it went on a straight-line course. He saw five distinct lights in a triangular pattern. How often would this happen where the military has stealth planes out that they don’t tell Air Force bases about? – [Shane] It’s possible. – [Ryan] That seems wildly counterproductive to me. You don’t wanna be sending out a bunch of planes to investigate things when you could easily be like “oh yeah, that’s one of ours.” – Yeah, I just feel like the military, you know, it’s hard to pin down. Hard to pin down what they might do. – I think I just made a good point. – I mean, certainly, certainly a good point for you. – [Ryan] After this revelation, the airman claimed ^the Air Force base, quote, had a complete lockdown. ^All hell broke loose basically ^and the facility was closed, end quote. Noteworthy is that this encounter occurred around 8:30 PM at the time of the first sighting, about an hour and a half before the military claims they dropped flares. In response, the Air Force has denied this encounter ever took place. Classic.
– I love that, yeah. – [Ryan] Classic, do you think they just have a dartboard that they throw whether or not they’re gonna, they’re gonna deny? – Just spin a wheel. – What should we tell them this time? – Yeah. – I think it would be a fun job to be the person who makes up fake stories that the military leaks. – Spin doctor. – Ooh, a spin doctor.
– Yeah. – And then he spins his wheel– – Oh, he spins a wheel! – That has topics on it–
– It’s all very literal. – And it has topics on it. – We’re going with flares, unfortunately. – And everyone in the office who had flares in their pool is like “yeah!” – They choke Alf a little bit more. (Ryan laughs) – It makes sense that the Air Force would deny this story, since denying interest in UFOs is something that the government has already done. ^In December 2017, it was found that the nation’s defense department had used $22 million of their annual $600 billion budget for an advanced aerospace threat identification program. ^Defense department officials admitted that for years, ^the program had been investigating ^unidentified flying objects. ^Here’s a quote from a New York Times article on a 60-minute documentary on this topic detailing documents provided in the documentary. Quote, documents that describe sightings of aircraft that seem to move at very high velocities with no visible signs of propulsion, or that hovered with no apparent means of lift, end quote. Why do you think the government approaches the topic of UFOs with such trepidation? Why do you think they’re so against it? – That’s a great question because as we now know, ever since the ’50s and the ’60s, you know, open-minded people like the three of us and our great audience, we’ve always been laughed at and oh, you know, those are the kooks, those are the crazies. And then there’s reports coming out, well, we’ve been studying this, you know, files and files with hundreds of thousands of documents, world-wide, not just by the US government, but by governments from Brazil, England, all over the place, that ultimately, this stuff has been investigated and the fact that the Pentagon in December of 2017 released a statement saying “hey, we’re investigating UFOs,” that to me indicates that we’ve passed, or we are experiencing a paradigm shift, which is great. – [Ryan] In the end, neither skeptics nor believers can concretely prove what happened that night. Despite hundreds of witnesses across an entire state, the world seems content to leave what transpired that night as a mystery. Perhaps one day we’ll have an answer, but for now, the case remains unsolved. (mysterious music)

100 thoughts on “The Unexplained Phoenix Lights Phenomenon

  1. And at the time of this no one had night vision or fired shots at it with long distance scoped rifles? And no one triangulated where the lights were hovering over and they went there at night or day to maybe see anything different? Yet our airforce didn't update us weather it was a training exercises or such? Though the military and any other government officials won't tell us the truth as if it were UFO's because they dont want to make the public outlash and freakout.. not to mention "flairs dont float in place" they have weight and drop like everything else has that's been thrown out of flying aircrafts. So if there flairs, how they staying in the air and not have dropped in the city already?So flairs that "slowly glide because of winds" dosnt make sense. They don't stay in formation. It's like saying skydivers float with the winds but dont come down.

  2. The guy was out with a telescope because there was a meteor shower going on at the same time. Also…. actor Kurt Russell admired to seeing the lights that night. He was piloting his plane in the area.

  3. I would have just gotten a bunch a flash lights and my friends, and made the same formation to confuse them. 👌

  4. The commentary in this video sucks and is worthless. You watch documentaries/research to learn and/or have your mind picked, not listen to 2 dudes have a good chit-chat.

  5. Theory. Government knows exactly what happened. Aliens are not superior and the government has been to space and made contact with extraterrestrial life. We know nothing about it because they keep it secret. Even the president knows little about it if anything about it.

  6. This could be a weapon or they testing a weapon may be a psychological weapon of secret American government agency or say airforce intelligence or naval intelligence they are more hard to know about ,that may be the reason why no news coming out because it connected to millitary intelligence they are in every country and especially American and Soviet or Russian is very secretive .not much people know even who is who in any millitary intelligence except very top brass .

  7. Theres a road in my hometown (Ormond Beach, FL) that the phoenix lights remind me of. I dont have any personal experience, but theres something called the 'Tomoka Lights'. You drive down the road, and its possible to see a ball of light, maybe two as you drive. Apparently, people will sometimes feel the urge to crash into the side of the road? They also can either just float straight into the sky, and some even follow cars. Pretty interesting.

  8. America is like the weird uncle at the family barbecue, you can call a ufo report line and then two minutes later get shot and killed at school. ahhh the usa

  9. Because admitting UFOs are very real will cause a worldwide hysteria.. better deal with those pesky aliens as low key as possible as to keep my people minds at a clear, sane and carefree state

  10. Stealth planes seems most likely to me. 🙂 If a guy with a telescope saw planes and the gov't is secretive and it was near a military base….well, kinda sounds like stealth planes doing a test. 🙂

  11. If only someone who looks at lights regularly and had a high powered telescope could have looked at the lights to determine what they were….oh wait thete was a man ding exactly that! Mitch Stanley says he saw them and they were planes…it's stealth planes flying in formation testing their "stealthness." Yep. They passed all except the lights they put on remained hidden…except to the guy with the telescope. 🙂

  12. I think it’s a bunch of small ships instead of one big one. I like to think it’s a big one, but its a small possibility. If there were so many lights on a ship that big, don’t you think those lights would at least light up a little bit of the ship around it?

  13. i love that in the future if we find out aliens do exist and we start to co exist with them these kinds of videos will be so funny to watch back

  14. Is anyone going to mention how the councilwomen asked an innocent question and was literally ridiculed and picked apart for it. That's the real true crime here smh

  15. I had to been seven when this happened. i dont remember much except my whole neighborhood around south mountain between peoria and dulap ave… They were talking about it that night. Must have been 15 people looking at whatever it was that night in my neighborhood. Its one of those things where your friends run to your house and say whats going on come outside.

  16. Alright, i can't believe modern scientists and detectives couldn't figure this one out.
    We' did that, the lights are from an event spotlight that we set up over a desert. And no there was no UFO inside the formation. It was just a glare contrast of lights making it look like it was coming from a spaceship.

    You can try it for yourself and get the same result.
    Therefore, this myth is solved.

  17. Ryan and Shane question, do you guys think your funny, love the topic tho, ps your not funny white man, Shane with no brain

  18. Finally someone talking about the Phoenix lights , my mom even saw it when she was hanging up clothes outside but freaked out and ran in side to get my grandma to show her but she said by the time she got back they were gone

  19. Military flares float down from the sky slowly. Like a lantern attached to a small parachute.I see them all the time. I have never seen the wind catch them and move them sideways. So I dont know what that would look like.

  20. Aliens should understand this ! If you're gonna make a show, please make a worldwide appearance at the same time and stay there until every country around the globe has no option but to admit the existence of alien life forms stationed right there in the sky above. Then maybe we can get on with making this planet a better sacred place to live again. I know for sure 'alien' life forms are real & factual beings but it is a real shame for those who have never witnessed their presence.

  21. I have a theory.
    Aliens are of the same species of us but have been on their planet or maybe even ours billions of years longer than us and how we were made was them mating and leaving a few children or adults that had memory loss to restart a new generation of their kind but since they dont have the knowledge that the earlier ones have that we all restarted a civilization that they didn't exist but the older civilization of us or "aliens" have come to take the O bloods and -O bloods along with help the government to realize the ways of the past era and come to understand tech of the past suchas the powers used to make such amazing things of the ancient civilizations made a millennia ago slowly helping the government to understand everything from how to make unbreakable metals to "supernatural" powers that they have and we should've had if they didn't leave the people behind.

    This is just 1 of my multiple theories but I think this one is a more explainable theory than most of my others. If you would like to read all of them then just ask in comments and I'll put them up

  22. Phoenix lights will just a cover up to hide what really happened in Arizona desert 4 guys came up missing war with 👽 sis Roswell

  23. Did Shane make a Spin Doctors reference that Ryan wasnt aware of and took it very literally? Two Princes, perfect.

  24. So I’m like a year late to this video but can I just say the news announcer’s voice at the very beginning legit hasn’t changed 😂😂

  25. IF IT WAS FLARES THEN WHY DID THESE FLARES BLOCK OUT THE STARS BEHIND/INBETWEEN THEM? Come on America the rest of the world is laughing at your ignorance. Aliens exist. If you don't believe that now you are hopeless.

  26. Maybe it was a alien scouting unit surveying the area for a future attack and for good military position as to have an upper hand on the human race

  27. I believe it was the government/ nwo trying to boo us up testing how we would all react. Obviously trying to make us all think it was e.t.s

  28. So even if Area 51 really is just a top secret airforce base, rather than a top secret extraterrestrial experimentation lab or whatever, they've still gotta have some information on this. There's bound to be some secrets no matter what.

  29. I'll admit I'm a bit biased against Giorgio Tsoukalos because of my Archeology teacher. He showed up stuff, that I believe was on Ancient Aliens, like Mayan artwork which showed "a man in a rocket ship" but was really according to my teacher a depiction of the Mayan underworld.
    Though I do believe in aliens, I'm more inclined to believe they observe more than interfering, and the times they are spotted may be more of them seeing how we react. Like showing a chimp at the zoo a magic trick, or something.

  30. I've seen several potential UFOs since 1973 in this country but find it kinda strange that I've never seen any over several countries I've been deployed in when there was no "city" lights to obscure any lights in the sky. Never saw any in either places in daylight. Google "Stones of Ica" about Ica, Peru. I knew I was gonna be near that city so wanted to know about it and stories about the stones popped up. I have stood at the door of the little museum but there had been a small fire the day before so I never got to see them in person. The stones have carvings on them and some show aircraft. Also humans and dinosaurs interacting. Modern scientists don't want to recognize them as real.

  31. Why is the one guy wearing a hat in doors? I’m guessing he has horrible hygiene for doing a video that they knew was going to be uploaded! Take the hat off and comb your hair! Also , you have dopey analogies!

  32. How sexist and heteronormative of you to believe the employed alien was a man and a married man 👽 👽. #allalienloveisreallove

  33. i will never understand ppl who mock other people for believing in UFOs. UFO =/= aliens. it literally just means unidentified flying object. of course UFOs are fucking real, we just don’t know what they are.

  34. Well this alien didn’t get his drivers license, couldn’t even figure out the lights section of the test. The instructor just riding it out going I can’t help ya.

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