Famous actor was piloting a craft the night of the "Phoenix Lights" in 1997 and reported seeing lights in a V formation.
In an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kurt Russell, revealed that in 1997 while piloting a plane, he witnessed unusual aircraft lights in the sky and reported them. These lights were observed by many and eventually became known as the Phoenix Lights incident. Russell was flying his son to visit his girlfriend when both father and son noticed six lights flying in a perfect V formation over the Phoenix airport. Unable to account for it, Russell radioed it in. Aircraft Control reported that there was nothing showing up on radar.
Two years passed with the actor not having thought about the event again until he came home and his wife, Goldie Hawn, was watching a television show about UFOs. The Phoenix Lights incident was being discussed, as well as a pilot who was one of the witnesses that radioed it in. Russell then put two and two together, double-checked his log books, and realized that he had been the pilot who had called in the report.