UFO-Phoenix

NEW PHOENIX LIGHTS? Bright flashing UFO caught on CCTV renews claims city is alien hotbed

Many people suggested it could be an alien spacecraft, while it was also reportedly seen from California, Nevada, Utah, and New Mexico.

Experts said it was likely a meteor, as an object from outer space burnt up in the atmosphere.

However, Phoenix is one of the most notorious cities in the US in terms of alien and UFO sightings after the infamous “Phoenix Lights incident” of 1997.

The Phoenix Lights Incident became a phenomenon from March 13, that year, after thousands of people began telling of seeing huge triangular UFOs drifting over Arizona and the city of Phoenix.

The sizes varied from a Boeing 747 to multiple football fields.

Five lights were seen in a formation by thousands of people over three hours from 7.30pm to 10.30pm.

The sightings took place across a 300-mile area from Phoenix to Tucson.

It was blamed by the military as being flares set off during an exercise at the time, however UFO buffs were not convinced that closed the case.

The new startling footage was recorded with a Nest security camera.

An object appears over the city, which first appears as a small orb of light.

It then blooms into a huge flash that lights up clouds in the night sky.

Witnesses took to social media to describe what they saw.

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The ‘UFO’ top right as it was captured on the Nest camera over Phoenix.

It’s not a meteor, it’s a UFO. Arizona is no stranger to alien and other worldly activity.

Twitter user

Debora Lee Soltez said on Twitter: “We saw the sky light up not far from Flagstaff.

“We were driving north, so didn’t see the meteor, just the sky lighten up then the flash…bright enough to see the trees along the road.”

Another user said: “At first I thought someone shot a firework but it got too bright and never popped.”

One said: “It’s not a meteor, it’s a UFO.

“Arizona is no stranger to alien and other worldly activity.”

The American Meteor Society said this week alone there has been meteoric activity across the globe, with sightings in France and Germany and the US over just 10 hours from November 15 to 16.

It is likely to have been a small space rock as part of the Leonid meteor shower, which is one of several meteor showers this month.

The Leonids peak tomorrow, November 17.

The Leonid meteor shower is the debris of comet 55P/ Tempel-Tuttle, as it passes Earth.

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