“ABC15 contacted several agencies, including the FAA, Sky Harbor, Luke AFB, and the Phoenix Police Department. No one could explain what the lights are.”
- ABC15-TV, Phoenix.
Update: April 24, 2008 - Four Red, Lights Over North Phoenix Now Described As Red Flares Tied to Helium Balloons.
But Phoenix New Times on April 22, headlined: “Air Traffic Controllers Who Saw UFO Muzzled by FAA.”ABC15.com interviewed Phoenix resident, Lino Mailo, who says he watched his still-anonymous neighbor launch red flares attached to black and white helium balloons into the sky around 8 PM, April 21. Click here for video interview. But it's still a confusing event. Not only is the perpetrator still anonymous and not talking, his house is allegedly shown about 100 feet from the backyard where the ABC15.com does his interview - so why didn't the reporter simply walk over to that house and knock on the door and ask to talk to the alleged hoaxer? Also, a retired military USAF pilot was interviewed by a Phoenix radio station yesterday morning, April 23. He said he watched the red lights over the half-hour between 8 and 8 PM and said, “They were definitely not flares attached to helium balloons.”
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