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Monday, June 26, 2017

Kurt Russell Claims Seeing Phoenix Lights UFOs



The Phoenix Lights captured the attention of the world's press on March 13, 1997, when witnesses say they have observed a massive V-shaped, coherently-moving dark Unidentified Flying Object, producing no sound and has five spherical bright lights or light-emitting engines. 

More sightings followed. There have been recent sightings of unexplained lights near Phoenix and triangular shaped craft, and one witness is the famous actor named Kurt Russell. 

The admission took place during the recent visit to the BBC’s The One Show when Chris Pratt and Kurt Russell were promoting the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 movies. During the interview, Gyles Brandreth brought a folder labelled as the Top Secret and played the X-Files music. According to Brandreth, he had searched the international news clippings for a story Russell and Pratt may be interested in. Brandreth shared the story in the footing about a pilot, whose name was not ascertained, soaring in his private aircraft in Phoenix. The pilot witnessed six bright lights in the sky at night and reported this to the control tower to determine the activities. However, the tower said no planes in the area. To conclude the story, Brandreth claimed, “Mystery unresolved!”

As soon as Brandreth finished, Russell claimed that he was the pilot and the boy was Oliver Hudson (The son of Goldie Hawn from her first marriage, who considers him as his father). Both of them saw six lights uniformly in a V-shape. Since he did not know what the lights were, he decided to call the tower. The Tower claimed that the radar did not detect anything. Therefore, he declared it “unidentified” since it was soaring high and appeared to be six uniformly shaped objects.

The "Phoenix Lights" remains a problem for extraterrestrial researchers and enthusiasts alike even 20 years later since thousands of witnesses have reported seeing the phenomenon.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood Spotted a UFO in Brazil, Ex-wife Claims



When an aging rock star claims to have spotted a UFO, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Jo Wood, the ex-wife of Ronnie Wood, confesses in a new interview with Peter Andre on the British daytime television show, that they both saw a strange object during their trip on the far eastern coast of Brazil. She admits seeing Ronnie enjoying his typical day wandering around. The guitarist freaked out when the spaceship appeared and hovered over the sea with strange lights shone around. The 62-year-old, who was divorced from the rolling stone rocker in 2009 admitted that there was a large thing above the sea and the bright lights came down. It suddenly appeared and stopped, then it was gone, just like that.

Peter Andre did not interview Ronnie Wood, and Jo did not offer any other details. However, it comes without surprise that Wood is not the only Rolling Stone Star who has spotted aliens and extraterrestrial spaceships. Michael C. Luckman, the author, tells about an encounter of Mick Jagger described to him in his book called the Rock: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Extraterrestrial Connection. After sharing, Peter, 44 reveals that he too had a strange experience in America’s Nevada Desert. According to him, what he saw was unbelievable. The strange object was erratic, and the objects from one sky to the other sky have split in seconds, disappearing and reappearing. 

When they first started out, the Rolling Stones focused more on rhythm and blues as well as the rock and roll. However, they were more or less labeled as a rock and roll band after a hit in the mid-1960s. From then on, they went on to become one of the most prosperous rock and roll bands in the 20th century. Earlier this week, they announced a European tour in September and October.