Hessdalen lights!: What's happening in the norwegian mountains?
The Hessdalen valley, Norway - is the world's number one UFO hotspot; nowhere else have more UFOs been seen over a longer time span. And the sightings continue...
Nils Ofstad is a senior lecturer and has an - yet - incomplete doctorate in psychology. Since early childhood, he has been interested in the UFO topic, and especially Norway's world-famous UFO hotspot Hessdalen. With the desire to find out more about the phenomenon, he rented a cabin in Hessdalen and lived there in 2018.
- The scientific investigations that has been done and IS being done currently, the advanced instrumentation - and the remarkable results.
- How scientists involved in the project conclude that a significant amount of data indicates illuminated solid objects.
- That Hessdalen residents insist that what they see are physical crafts - not "just" lights.
- How some of the scientists have experienced close encounters as well - including 'daylight discs'.
- That scientists with basically a geophysical approach have "converted" according to the origin of the phenomenon - and openly takes the extraterrestrial hypothesis (ETH) into consideration.
- The alleged UFO landing - and the sighting of a humanoid on the ground - at mount Rognefjell in Hessdalen.
- Examples of lost time (possible abductions?) in connection with UFO encounters in Hessdalen.
- Speculation about what Hessdalen might represent on a broader scale.
...and a lot more.
"I'm impressed by Hessdalen itself, because Hessdalen is really a UFO laboratory. It's a place where things are happening and where things can be studied. Hessdalen has had the best equipment and the best periode of operation and observation of the UFO-phenomenon any place in the world."
- Dr. J. Allen Hynek (Scientific advisor to UFO studies undertaken by the U.S. Air Force - Project Blue Book).