Saturday, April 9, 2016

H is for . . .

Hessdalen Lights. In the Hessdalen Valley of Norway, strange lights have been spotted since the 1940s. These lights are white or yellow and float above ground level. Between 1981 to 1984, they were observed around 20 times per week, but these days its maybe 20 times per year. No explanation has come forth as of yet.*

If you're interested in some hypotheses, Wikipedia has some here.
Or check out this video:


*(Source: 25 Natural Phenomena That Science Has Yet To Explain at list25.com)

The truth is out there. Would you like UFOs to be visitors from another planet?



24 comments:

  1. No, I wouldn't like UFOs to be visitors from another planet, because I would like them to be better organised than that. Do I think contact with another species would be good - yep - I think it might shake up a lot of things that need shaking up for the better.
    Tasha
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  2. I think it probably has to do with the way lights are reflected in the atmosphere over that town.

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  3. My husband is fascinated with UFOs. I asked him if he'd seen this and he hadn't. I was surprised! Someone posted on my post about the strange airline sighting the other day that she knew a retired member of the Air Force who was told many times "you didn't see anything" about things he saw out there...

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  4. This is creepy, but I bet there's some natural explanation. I'd like to find out what it is!

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  5. I'm jumping on Alex's theory. The atmosphere, and how things are reflected. LOL I don't want to think about aliens, unless I'm writing Sci-fi. :)

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  6. Oooooo I LOVE stuff like this!!!

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  7. The first thought that came to mind was we can't get along with one another as it is. Can you imagine another group in the mix?
    I'd like to see the Hessdalen Lights, it is interesting to me.

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  8. Such an interesting post. Thankyou for writing about cool stuff like this.

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  9. UFOs freak me out. For the most part, I don't believe in them, but the way they're often described--the abductions, etc., is terrifying.

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  10. They're beautiful whatever causes them. I've been trying to see the Green Flash out over the ocean, but I've never been able to.

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  11. There's a place a few hours from me that has strange lights that no one has been able to figure out. Although, this place I don't think many say aliens.

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  12. Curious-creepy! Okay, remind me not to go to Hessdalen valley on my trip to Norway, just in case. Don't want to be abducted by aliens in the middle of my fjord admiring activities...

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  13. This is a new one on me. Here in Texas there are the Marfa lights which have been seen since the late 19th century and they still don't know what causes them either!

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  14. Wow -- 20X a week is a lot. You would think they would have figured it out then?

    Yvonne V

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  15. Only if the visitors didn't want to conquer Earth... ;)

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  16. So strange and mysterious! Like Bish commented, these made me think of the Marfa lights.

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  17. To answer your question, 'Would you like UFOs to be visitors from another planet?' Why not? we already have such strange people on earth. May as well add more - the more the merrier.
    Aneeta from
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  18. Interesting. There really are a lot of mysteries out there. The only way I'd want visitors from another planet is if they were kind and came to be our friends.

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  19. Making contact with alien life forms cannot end well for us (V, Star Wars, Star Trek, Independence Day - the list goes on) - more war, more conquerors, more people trying to sell out the human race. Maybe watching so many Sci-Fi stories aren't good for me... The lights could be from a Faery borough - just don't investigate unless you want to become a Faery's plaything ;-) Good luck with the rest of the AtoZchallenge.

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  20. I think aliens would think we were pretty fun to look at.

    Heather

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