Actor Kurt Russell reported UFO sightings

O lendário ator Kurt Russell fala sobre sua experiência com o avistamento de OVNIs que ficou conhecido como As Luzes de Phoenix.

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The Phoenix Lights case occurred on March 13, 1997 and is one of the most important and well-documented UFO sightings of all time.

Massive luminous formations of varying descriptions, usually V-shaped, were seen over almost 500 km, across the night sky, between the states of Nevada and Arizona, in the United States, but mainly over the city of Phoenix, the capital from Arizona.

An estimated 20,000 people witnessed the bizarre light formation over the city throughout the night, and actor Kurt Russell was one of the first people to report the phenomenon to authorities at the time.

The Phoenix Lights

During an interview with the BBC, promoting the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the actor casually revealed that he was one of the pilots who reported the Phoenix Lights.

Kurt Russell said of the event:

“I was flying with my son Oliver, to visit his girlfriend, and we were getting closer. I saw six lights over the airport in a V shape. I was looking, we were very close, about a kilometer away, and Oliver said: ‘Dad, what are those lights?’ So I kind of snapped out of my reverie and said, ‘I don’t know what they are.’ He asked me, ‘Are we okay here?’, and I said, ‘I think so, I’ll call the control tower,’ and then I reported the occurrence.”

Kurt Russell, like actors Harrison Ford and John Travolta, is also a civilian pilot.

Russell also explained in the interview that he didn’t think much of the incident at the time, and it wasn’t until years later, when his wife Goldie Hawn was watching a Phoenix Lights special on TV, that he realized he had witnessed a major event.

Check out the interview below: