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The Phoenix Lights Paperback – February 1, 2004
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"Phoenix Lights is a compelling and thoroughly documented account of the most bizarre and widely observed UFO event in modern times." --Edgar Mitchell, ScD, Capt USN (ret), Apollo astronaut
"Vitality, clarity, and a keen open mind show through Lynne's carefully documented account of the the still unexplained Phoenix Lights." --Richard F. Haines, PhD, CHFP, Chief Scientist, NARCAP
"As the originator of much of the footage and still images of the objects that hovered over Phoenix, Dr Kitei's logical mind, forethought and clear thinking has resulted in invaluable and unarguable evidence to support the Phoenix Lights phenomenon. This self-confessed novice to the field has provided a pertinent reminder of an approach to Ufology that many researchers seem to have forgotten--UFO's exist and they may be far more connected to us than we realize. Perhaps it is time to stop focusing on what we can see and focus on what we can feel." --Lee Earle, Editor, UFO Encounter (UFORQ, Australia)
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People see things in the sky all the time. Are they all wrong? Can all of these sightings be explained away? I don' t know, but if a large number of citizens were to say something unusual happened and it was my sworn duty to protect said population, I think I'd be looking for answers and not shrugging it off.
The book didn't leave me with the feeling that a definitive answer to the question 'are we alone', but it did make me wonder why so many responsible people chose denial over finding answers. Even a concise "No clue what it was" is better than "I see nothing!" Shades of Sergeant Schultz!
A must-read for anyone who has any interest in this subject.
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A must read to get the real Phoenix Lights story.