Summary: Bjarne Lillevold was one of the first to discover the strange light phenomena in his hometown. Today the Hessdalen Phenomena are known around the world.
HESSDALEN: Bjarne Lillevold was one of the first to discover the strange light phenomena in his hometown.
Today the Hessdalen Phenomena are known around the world. Personally he [Lillevold] has seen them 58 times. The last time was two weeks ago !!
People flock to Hessdalen in Holtålen from near and far, just to get a glimpse of those mysterious flying objects.
Others use the internet to get updated on the latest info [Project Hessdalen]. 20,000 hits have been registered in one day.
Bjarne Lillevold is now the local UFO guide. He has experienced this phenomena in all kinds of weather and at any given time of day. The anomalies have been cigarshaped, plus oval and round spheres in all colors.
Bjarne tells us that the light sometimes travels at unbelievable speeds. It has been measured up to 30,000 km/h. (kilometers per hour). It goes up the mountain, over the forest and down the valley. Lighting up vast areas.
The light can appear travelling at enormous speed, and suddenly just stop in mid air.
The objects do not emit sound, with a few exceptions where a slight hum has been heard.
At no other place on the planet have UFO’s been observed over such a long period of time. In November and December last year they were observed almost every day.
Bjarne saw it again just two weeks ago. He admits being afraid the first time he saw the lights, but today his fear is gone.
"There’s no doubt about the lights, but what’s inside them I know nothing about. Lets just say it's something that shouldn’t be there. In the beginning we were harassed by the media and others, and no one dared speak about it.
"But after the scientists started to measure and take photographs there’s a more serious ring to the word UFO, says Lillevold.
A FarShores 'thank you' to R.Kielland, of Oslo, who kindly provided this excellent translation from the original Norwegian report.
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Udresfeavifen / Norway | Arne R. Dahl - Apr 29.02