UFO Splits In Two In Footage Reminiscent Of Infamous ‘Phoenix Lights’ Event

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Back in 1997, a series of UFO sightings over portions of Arizona and Nevada were reported by thousands of people in what is now referred to as the “Phoenix Lights” or “Lights Over Phoenix” event.

In 2021, a mass UFO sighting witnessed at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center at Camp Wilson in California was compared to the “Phoenix Lights” event due to its similarity.

Now, another UFO sighting that took place in the sky above Phoenix in 2004 is being re-examined thanks to YouTuber ChaosMoogle.

The strange UFO footage, filmed by prolific UFO spotter Jeff Woolwine, shows what appears to be a illuminated craft in the night sky blinking then slowly splitting in two.

“This is not an infrared red video,” said ChaosMoogle. “It’s just a regular video.

“We’re seeing it how it would be seen with the naked eye.”

“We can see that the UFO is becoming two distinct and different light objects,” he continued.

Then, inexplicably, both of the brightly lit objects just disappear.

Unfortunately, as quite often happens, no explanation for the UFO sighting is given.

Interestingly, there have been similar sightings around the Phoenix area since.

On April 21, 2008, multiple Phoenix residents reported seeing lights in the sky change formation from square to triangular in shape.

However, it is the original “Phoenix Lights” mass UFO sighting that still haunts those who witnessed it the most.

In 2021, one of those witnesses, Dr. Lynne Kitei, told KPNX News, “This is not a joke. This is real. Something, even though I don’t know what they are. I just wanted to know who they are, who’s driving these things.”

Kitei also reported a similar sighting two months prior to the infamous “Phoenix Lights” event on March 13, 1997.

Another witness was a pilot named Kurt Russell. Yes, the actor.

“We’re maybe a half-mile out all of a sudden, one of those lights, and I and I didn’t kind of like came out of my reverie and I said, I don’t know what they are, I said. He said, ‘Are we okay here?’ and I said, ‘Yeah, I’m gonna call them,’ and I reported it,” Russell admitted on British TV in 2017.

[The Sun]

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