Saturday, March 26, 2005

Phoenix Lights-The Documentary

'The Phoenix Lights' shine again in film

Diana Balazs
The Arizona Republic

SCOTTSDALE - Dr. Lynne Kitei was perfectly happy being a family physician and health educator before she reluctantly came forward to tell the world about her experiences with unexplained phenomena.

She and her husband, Frank, also a family physician, had seen strange lights more than two years before the 1997 "Phoenix Lights" event.

"As a physician, I went through a lot of years trying to let this sink in. I was resistant to it, too, because I am a scientist," she said.

Kitei said she hopes her documentary, The Phoenix Lights, touches people and educates them.

"Something is out there. I don't know what these things are. I just know that they are," she said.

The documentary has sparked renewed debate over what Arizonans saw eight years ago. Was it flares? An airplane formation? Top-secret military craft? UFOs?

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