[Wow!] Unexplained “Phoenix Lights” explosion caught live on news broadcast

New UFO Hunter

Real UFO News Freak
Fri, 9 Mar, 2012

Phoenix's FOX 10 reporter Andrea Robinson was in the middle of an on-air report when an unexplained, bright white explosion appeared in the distance behind her.

The strange blast was caught on tape and aired live during Robinson's report. At first, news station employees thought the explosion was a transformer. But when FOX 10 checked with local utility providers APS and Salt River Project, they were told no transformers had blown in the area.

While the source of the explosion remains a mystery, it comes just before the 15th anniversary of one of the most-famous UFO sightings in recent history. On March 13, 1997, a cluster of glowing orbs moving in a V-shaped formation was spotted in the skies above Phoenix. That incident was also caught on film. The origin of the light formation has since been endlessly analyzed and debated.

Arizona is also home to Travis Walton, who famously claimed to have been abducted by a UFO in 1975. Walton has written a number of books on the subject, and his story was turned into the 1993 film "Fire in the Sky."

And while Phoenix officials remain stumped by the strange light explosion, FOX 10 has reached out to the public asking for assistance in explaining exactly what was caught on film.



Lady of Light

Quite the light burst we have here. If it did not come from a 'physical' source, then it comes down to it being any number of things. Aliens / ufos (landing, taking off, or abducting, etc), energy beings, bleed-over from another frequency where maybe an 'experiment' of sorts was going on, etc, etc. There are many possibilities for what occurred on that newscast. I'm not saying it was an occurrence that is not of our physical world, but what I am saying, is that we need to look beyond sometimes.

Although it looks like an 'explosion', it doesn't look like a 'normal' explosion to me. While I can't say what it is, I can say that it is out of the ordinary to have something like this caught on film, and live television at that.


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After watching some of the lightning in the distance in a few recent storms that have passed by, I couldn't help but notice that the lightning resembles the way the burst and glow is in the video from Phoenix above. The way it balled and flashed and the flicker of it, was identical.

I'm not saying it was lightning caught on tape necessarily, but there's a chance it could have been. Or at least some sort of electrical atmospheric disturbance that would resemble that of lightning. It does make a lot of sense.

And as for the thing about no noise, these storms I've been viewing are so distant that there's no noise to go along with the lights flashing, so, yes monkey, it could be some sort of "ball lightning" or something similar.


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Well, with a storm far in the distance, it would explain the lack of sound. The look says lightning, but the fact that there was only 1 flash makes me think maybe it was something else. What? I don't know, but I guess, until someone comes forward, this will remain unexplained even though we here think it's lightning. Ball lightning.