we’re kind of between leaders at the moment…

by twit

https://i1.wp.com/www.abc15.com/media/news/3/e/d/3ed72262-ac2d-46fc-987f-4ad3222a42b0/Story.jpg this kind of thing seems to happen so often, it hardly lifts an eyebrow these days…

Starting in Phoenix, reports flood a local radio station, including a witness describing lights in the sky as

“about 3,000 feet high, approximately. They looked as though they were kind of hovering or floating from west to east, very slowly. They were up there for 15 or 20 minutes.”

Better yet, KTAR.com reports:

Ian Gregor, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration, said, “A lot of people were reporting seeing some strange lights in the sky around Phoenix last night.

Air traffic controllers at the control tower at Sky Harbor saw them. But, we have no idea what they were.”

Gregor added, tongue-in-cheek,

It could be aliens coming down to save us from ourselves, you never know. The only thing I do know is if they were coming down, they weren’t talking to air traffic controllers.”

sigh. perhaps click the image to link to the Simpsons episode “Citizen Kang,” so we can all laugh together…

http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:-Qmwbq8k0Ow3rM:http://www.simpsoncrazy.com/gallery/images/SimpsonsSlaves.gif

Then, mysterious lights were seen in Florida and captured on video:

Strange orbs of light spotted flying in the night sky over St. Augustine are the second reported sighting of mystery lights in the area in recent weeks.

The Phoenix lights are also on video, including this clip from April 21, 2008:

UPDATE! A witness has come forward to state that for no apparent reason, someone tied flares to several helium-filled balloons and released them in Phoenix right before the lights were seen:

Mailo said he has no idea why his neighbor released the balloons, but he regrets not filming the act.

and so:

Ian Gregor, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said that though air traffic controllers at Sky Harbor Airport witnessed the lights, they do not know the cause. Nothing appeared on radar and Gregor said the FAA will not be investigating.

“There’s nothing to look into,” Gregor said.

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