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Kingman (Arizona) light show defied logic. Photos & Video included. Formation of Cessnas?

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posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 08:30 PM
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You saw these light from a couple different angles, right? So, at one point or another, yes, you should of heard them.

In the enhanced version of your video, it looks to me like only one light is blinking. The video shows a set of lights around the one brightest light. These are the lights you saw, right? The one light that was blinking was heading to the left of the frame. Did you see a plane passing within view of the lights?
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posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 08:36 PM
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I am usually pretty skeptical but those lights are not from cessnas. After looking at the picks I believe that to be a pretty weak excuse, 14-18 Y/O's flying at night and that closely? Wouldn't the airport have been able to see airplanes on their radar? Lot's of unanswered questions.



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 08:38 PM
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And last time I checked cessnas make a fair amount of noise. If what the observer says is true than airplanes are out of the question.



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 08:47 PM
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Originally posted by Twilightgem
You saw these light from a couple different angles, right? So, at one point or another, yes, you should of heard them.

In the enhanced version of your video, it looks to me like only one light is blinking. The video shows a set of lights around the one brightest light. These are the lights you saw, right? The one light that was blinking was heading to the left of the frame. Did you see a plane passing within view of the lights?
edit on 10-8-2011 by Twilightgem because: added another point to post.




Yes I did I saw them from the east around 845 and then going to the south as I was reporting it around 945
I did see 2 blinking but there was always the bright bright light it was the brightest one but I didnt see any planes I saw the lights just sitting there hovering and then one went behind a big hill( or mini mountain) but that hill is only 250 high they all seemed to be behind the bright light and Then I chased them down becuase they descended out past our airport and I tried takeing a pic but I didnt see anything untill after I looked at the pics ( its the one with the red oval it was also all the way zoomed in) There was one blinking one that went to the left and the other blink went to the right




also When I took that pic I talked about a kingman police officer came out of no where and asked what I was doing and also said that I was not allowed to take pictures in that direction keep in mind I was also outside city limits he shouldnt have been there only the sheiriffs
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posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 08:49 PM
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Originally posted by discharged77
I am usually pretty skeptical but those lights are not from cessnas. After looking at the picks I believe that to be a pretty weak excuse, 14-18 Y/O's flying at night and that closely? Wouldn't the airport have been able to see airplanes on their radar? Lot's of unanswered questions.




the person in charge of the airport said there was supposed to be 0 planes and helicopters landing in our airport that night and he even noticed the lights and was wondering what was going on

We have a small airport and its not always manned he saw them from his house



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 08:50 PM
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no noise what so ever it was silent I have my cousin to back me up and also When started following them and going out in the desert to get closer there was 2 cars already out there looking at the lights



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:01 PM
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Originally posted by roughycannon
Well if this is anything like the phoenix lights then its nothing really interesting then....



Lets clear up this Male Bovine Feces once and for all.

1. Just because the lights disappear behind the mountain, does not automatically make them flares. Any kind of light would disappear if it descended to a lower altitude than the top of the mountain.

2. Anyone who has actually seen flares ( and I fall into that category) knows that flares produce lots of two things. The first thing they produce lots of is light. It is intense light that is meant to illuminate large portions of the ground below and it is light that is seen for many miles. The second item that flares produce in large quantities is SMOKE. Because of the first item produced (intense light seen for miles) the second item produced (intense smoke) is prominently illuminated. Therefor if you have seven flares, you will see seven plumes of smoke rising above them. There is no way around it. Show me the smoke on any of the videos and I will believe that they are flares. I say this because I have witnessed this many times. I have even witnessed somebody trying to hoax a Phoenix lights incident with flares and it was immediately apparent.



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:02 PM
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Couldn't hear them?
They were probably too far away to hear. There was probably other sounds canceling out their noise as well, like high winds.

Age 14-17 flying so close?
They were flying with experienced pilots. All of them were probably at different altitudes, and farther apart then they appear.

Hovering?
That was probably your perspective playing tricks on you when they turn a certain direction.

I have no doubt these were aircraft, you can even see strobe lights on a couple of them in the video. I'm sure more video will surface as well.

Not everything is a UFO....


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posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:03 PM
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Whatever man?

My apologies, if that wasn't a joke...

Anyway, the D4rk k1nght warning, undoubtedly, is becoming apparent with all these reported sightings and all.

Let's just see what comes of it...

Peace

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posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:05 PM
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I once saw a light that blinked and I am 100% sure it was not a plane or helicopter. Just because it was blinking doesn't automatically make it a plane. If your gut instinct tells you this was not anything you have seen before then don't let the trolls get you down! I'd suggest keeping some binoculars with you in case you see something again.

Your sighting is extremely intriguing and I will keep following this thread. When I find the info on the sighting from earlier in the year I will post it for you and other to ponder.

As for the Phoenix Lights, one anniversary they did a flare drop to compare to the original sighting and it didn't look like the sighting in 1997. Besides it was the object seen earlier in the evening that is more in question regarding the event. I read one thread where a man at Luke talked about planes being scrambled and sent down by Tuscon where the earlier object went.




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posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:06 PM
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Originally posted by groingrinder

Originally posted by roughycannon


Lets clear up this Male Bovine Feces once and for all.

1. Just because the lights disappear behind the mountain, does not automatically make them flares. Any kind of light would disappear if it descended to a lower altitude than the top of the mountain.

2. Anyone who has actually seen flares ( and I fall into that category) knows that flares produce lots of two things. The first thing they produce lots of is light. It is intense light that is meant to illuminate large portions of the ground below and it is light that is seen for many miles. The second item that flares produce in large quantities is SMOKE. Because of the first item produced (intense light seen for miles) the second item produced (intense smoke) is prominently illuminated. Therefor if you have seven flares, you will see seven plumes of smoke rising above them. There is no way around it. Show me the smoke on any of the videos and I will believe that they are flares. I say this because I have witnessed this many times. I have even witnessed somebody trying to hoax a Phoenix lights incident with flares and it was immediately apparent.




There was no smoke I just called my cousin and asked him as well but flares also dont go into different formations like I have photos of



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:09 PM
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I was less than 2 miles away from them I even went back during the day to get a better judge of things. There was mountains behind them but not inbetween us I also saw them from multiple angles



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:10 PM
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I am having trouble understanding exactly why teenagers would be part of some aerial display at night. I'm not a pilot but these seem to be fairly close formations at night for "training" purposes. The liability for this would be very high and I cannot believe that a school would risk it, much less in the dark.

I do not believe this is an aerial formation of small planes.



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:27 PM
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the dark knight...who called the bottom of the stock market:

"So, our group of eight, will just in march 2009 walk right out of civilisation and sit and watch the melt down. "


LMFAO



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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Originally posted by SuperTripps
reply to post by InnerPeace2012
 


the dark knight...who called the bottom of the stock market:

"So, our group of eight, will just in march 2009 walk right out of civilisation and sit and watch the melt down. "
LMFAO


Wrong...

The melt down, as in when the D4rk kn1ght sets in and the events leading up...supposedly, they were to watch the 'melt down' from the Himalayas.

Dude, stop trolling...read stuff before you make a post...ah

Peace

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posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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I saw these lights with my own eyes only I did not investigate. Have seen them before around the hualapai mtn. area when you look south numerous times. Something may be happening as far a new "vehicle tests" and or just simply unexplainable whatever they were generated such a clean light that it would be hard to dismiss them as regular helicopters. On that note they were in no way shape or form an airplane either.......They were like aircraft that moved slowly and generated no noise and the lights were WAY too bright to be anything we are "used" to in the sky.



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 10:01 PM
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So let me get this straight, kids ages 14 to 17 who are not allowed to drive after dark with a learners permit are allowed to fly airplanes at night in tight formations?? What a load of rhino dung! This wreaks of cover-up! Continue digging my friend, hopefully you will find answers.



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 10:06 PM
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Originally posted by how2josh
I saw these lights with my own eyes only I did not investigate. Have seen them before around the hualapai mtn. area when you look south numerous times. Something may be happening as far a new "vehicle tests" and or just simply unexplainable whatever they were generated such a clean light that it would be hard to dismiss them as regular helicopters. On that note they were in no way shape or form an airplane either.......They were like aircraft that moved slowly and generated no noise and the lights were WAY too bright to be anything we are "used" to in the sky.




Thank you someone to verify no noise was heard and those lights where really bright but there was always one brighter than the rest but they didnt have spot lights like if they were searching for something or someone on the ground



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 10:08 PM
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Originally posted by imawlinn
So let me get this straight, kids ages 14 to 17 who are not allowed to drive after dark with a learners permit are allowed to fly airplanes at night in tight formations?? What a load of rhino dung! This wreaks of cover-up! Continue digging my friend, hopefully you will find answers.




Its getting hard to find any more information I am just now trying to spread the story and that it eventually gets in the right hands that can get some puplicity because kingman is a small town. feel free to use the photos any where just credit my name but I want to spread and I was surprised they turned up here im a little confused on how though but I am happy that they did.



posted on Aug, 10 2011 @ 10:43 PM
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Originally posted by mbaca3570

Originally posted by how2josh
I saw these lights with my own eyes only I did not investigate. Have seen them before around the hualapai mtn. area when you look south numerous times. Something may be happening as far a new "vehicle tests" and or just simply unexplainable whatever they were generated such a clean light that it would be hard to dismiss them as regular helicopters. On that note they were in no way shape or form an airplane either.......They were like aircraft that moved slowly and generated no noise and the lights were WAY too bright to be anything we are "used" to in the sky.




Thank you someone to verify no noise was heard and those lights where really bright but there was always one brighter than the rest but they didnt have spot lights like if they were searching for something or someone on the ground
Exactly, it is a cover up of some sort but they have to let us see them in the sky for everyone to accept what they were. I would have had no idea that this was happening, that night by the time i saw them there were only 9 in total. My daughter happened to see them and called me outside and I'm wondering why i dismissed them as helicopters i think it was because they moved so slow. From my angle of view which is from Thompson Ave by bank there was one that I saw that shot up into the atmosphere or space in just a second or less.




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