Follow The Phoenix Tapes ’97 (2016) In 1997, four campers went missing during the Phoenix Lights incident and their bodies were never found. The Phoenix Tapes 97 is comprised of their final footage. This film is dedicated to the lives lost during the events displayed. To their families and friends and to the authorities who continue to search for answers. The tapes were found by Dustin Miller's father two years after Dustin was mysteriously shot and killed at a traffic stop in Texas. Peter Miller believes his son was acting as a whistleblower and had smuggled the tapes from his classified government agency in an effort to expose the truth as to what really happened to the four missing campers seen in the tapes. After searching every newspaper and media publication around Phoenix during that time period, we only found one initial announcement that four campers were reported missing, as well as a formal police report folder with local PD but the folder had no files inside. 7.2 Average User Rating 25 votes Rate This Item Your Rating: 0 Submit User Reviews (0) Write A Review Release Year:2016Genre:Alien, Alien Abduction, Alien Invasion, Alien/UFO, Horror, Phoenix Lights, Sci-Fi, UFOPlot Setting:DesertCamera Type:CamcorderFilming Reason:Capture Proof, Document EventCamera Mode:Daytime, Night VisionCast:Peter MillerCountry:CanadaLanguage:EnglishBudget:TBDRuntime:67 minRegion:North AmericaFilm Type:FeatureFilm Title:Phoenix Tapes '97 Chyanne Shirley if this is real, how come they don’t give us the names of the missing men? how can anyone help find them if we don’t even know who they are and where they lived? bogus bullshit Also, the scenery in the ad is from far northern Arizona (Monument Valley) NOT anywhere near Phoenix!!! get it right you guys. . . FoundFootageCritic This is a micro-budget found footage film. The filmmakers did a decent job for what they set out to achieve. On a limited budget, often many compromises have to be made. Chyanne Shirley how come no names of the missing? we can excuse using stock photos for the ads, but can’t locate victims without ID’s. . .