The video below is footage of an irrefutably legitimate photo of an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO). No, this does not mean it’s extraterrestrial, but it’s important to emphasize that the existence of UFOs has already been officially ‘verified’ in the ‘mainstream’ world. Dozens of governments and defence intelligence agencies have released telling documents painting a very intriguing picture. These objects are commonly tracked on military radar, both confirmed by the pilots visual, as well as on airborne and ground radar simultaneously. This is something that’s happened thousands of times. For example, here is the latest batch of UFO files that were released by the United Kingdom. Here is a four page U.S. Defence Intelligence Agency/NSA report detailing one of these encounters, but again, there are thousands of examples.
To learn more about what happens when a “UFO” is tracked on military radar, click HERE.
Behind the scenes, high ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.” Former head of CIA, Roscoe Hillenkoetter, 1960 (source)
The footage is from the Hessdalen Interactive Observatory in Norway, which is an observatory that’s used by scientists at the University of Ostfold, Hessdalen. It is the only 24 hour UFO observatory in the world. Powered by an automatic high definition camera, it takes multiple pictures every single minute to capture and examine the strange aerial phenomena in the area that people have been reporting for years.
“The light phenomena here in Hessdalen in Norway started in late ’81 with a lot of sightings, at the most it was 20 sightings a week. The local people here started to see the light down in the valley, sometimes close to their houses and they were wondering what could this be. Some was a little bit afraid too, because no one could give them an answer, what could it be?” – Sc.EE Erling Strand, University of Ostfold (source)
48:35 is the starting time for the video footage of the picture that this article is referring to, the video should already automatically start at that time.