While many may make light of this most unusual phenomenon, alien abduction, there is actually enough anecdotal evidence to suggest this is a real phenomenon and not just mass hysteria as the mainstream sciences would have us all believe. The latest celebrities to publicly discuss their own personal alien encounters have gone on the record with their stories. The Nanny’s Fran Drescher and rocker Sammy Hagar have both publicly discussed the subject during recent interviews.
While Fran has made no secret of her beliefs Sammy Hagar has kept his secret close to his chest not wanting to endanger his career, and rock and roll lifestyle. This is a common story that reflects more upon societies unwillingness to study this phenomenon.
Fran’s tale of abduction begins with a very common tale, driving with her father when they both noticed strange lights in the sky. A large proportion of alien abductions seem to have a a family history to them. With children of abductees often experiencing the same phenomenon, often without family members being aware of this most unusual family heritage.
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In this world of advancing science and technology there are still many mysteries humanity has yet to decipher. The most controversial mysteries are solved in just the same way as any new discovery, the scientific study.
While UFO’s may be one of the most controversial mysteries that we are attempting to understand there is one UFO hotspot that has been studied for 30 years, The Hessdalen Lights.
The Hessdalen Valley is an isolated valley in central Norway that has a long history of strange lights being witnessed traveling through the valley. The valley itself is 18 km long and sparsely populated. Upon entering the Valley you get the impression that it is normally a quiet place, an uneventful picturesque post-card valley.
Locals have often reported seeing strange lights in the sky but very little attention had been paid to these sporadic reports. That was until 1981 when the Hessdalen Lights put on a most remarkable show for all those willing to watch. During this period reported sightings peaked at 30 reported sightings a week, 4 or 5 a day often. By 1983 the number of reports had dropped off, almost to zero., until the end of 1983 when they returned. Project Hessdalen in 1984 took the opportunity to gather information about the lights during this second spike in activity. the start of serious scientific examination of the phenomenon after the original UFO flap that established Hessdalen as one of the pre-eminent UFO hot spots.
Regular appearances of the Hessdalen lights is only one aspect that makes Hessdalen special, the sightings also seem to cover the full gamut of UFO types as well. All of the well-known UFO shapes have been observed in the Hessdalen Valley, all exhibiting unusual unnatural behavior.
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