The Norwegian Meteorological Institute was flooded with reports of a mysterious spiral and blue light in the sky over Norway the evening of December 8th, 2009.
Witnesses from Trøndelag to Finnmark reported a blue light that seemed to soar up from behind a mountain. It stopped mid-air, then began to circulate.
Air Traffic control in Tromsø claimed the light show lasted for two minutes, but admitted that was ‘far too long to be an astronomical phenomena.’
Tromsø Geophysical Observatory researcher Truls Lynne Hansen was certain the light had been caused by a missile launch.
He told Norwegian media that the missile had likely lost control and exploded. The spiral, he claimed, was the result of light reflecting on the leaking fuel. He was quoted as saying the light was sunlight, despite the strange lights showing up at night.
The Barents Observer quoted Norwegian Defence spokesman Jon Espen Lien as saying that the Norwegian military does not know what the lights were – but that they were probably from a Russian missile.
The Russian Defence Ministry was unavailable for comment.
A missile? Seriously? If that thing is real and not an altered photo, its freakin’ freaky.
Honestly, I was a little doubtful before I watched the videos.
And now I am just freaked out.
Northern lights? Maybe.
Aliens? Some sort of dimensional portal?