unidentified submarine objects in Norway
At 10 one
evening just before
Christmas 1959, Lorentz Johnsen saw a dark, silent object--which he
described as looking like a small bus with a number of windows along its
side---fly slowly by at an altitude of 150 meters. It was heading in the
direction of the Namsen Fjord. It descended to about 50 meters, grew fiery
red, then exploded with an ear-splitting crash.
According to Johnsen, "It looked like sort of a cover was torn off the
object in one piece. This,
along with a number of other things, fell into the water. I especially
noticed three black 'columns,' about two meters long and one-half meter in diameter.
The cover itself was torn off in one piece and reminded me of a curved sheet
of metal. This was fiery red at first but grew black before reaching the
This reference: IUR
(International UFO Reporter), January/February 1995, pp. 12-13 & 17
by Ole Jonny Brænne.
Ole Jonny Brænne
is associated with UFO-Norway, that nation's leading UFO-research group. An
earlier article of his, "Legend of the Spitsbergen Saucer,"
appeared in the November/December 1992 issue of IUR.
1975, p. 8
UFOCAT PRN - 110745 [DOS:
UFOCAT URN – NONE
INFO Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, Whole #13, May 1974
UFOCAT URN – 110745 UFO
Information Sweden, May 1975, p. 8
UFOCAT URN – NONE
IUR, January/February 1995, pp. 12-13 & 17
UFOCAT PRN - 092973 [DOS: ??-??-1959] *
UFOCAT URN – 092973 APRO Bulletin, September 1972, p. 5
*Possibly the same case.-CF-
Europe – Norway, Nord-Trondel
Namsen Fjord – Latitude 64-36 N, Longitude 11-00 E (D-M)
Reference: Norway Gazetteer, prepared in the Office of
Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., May 1963
UFO Location (UFOCAT)
Latitude 64.40 N, Longitude 11.40 E (D.%) [URN 110745]