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By Violet Wisdom

ROROS, NORWAY- This particular region of Norway has been a hotspot for unidentified lights and UFO/USO sightings since 1947. While there are several offered explanations for this, including an E.T. craft, the mystery remains scientifically unsolved. A 2015 TIME magazine article collected several photos of the lights while sharing local theories from aliens to electric energy. 

It was announced this week that local researchers will be using solar to look for a craft that was seen in 1947. Many of the villagers, including the mayor, saw the craft and watched as it crashed into a nearby lake.

The concept of using underwater sonar to locate a USO (Unidentified Submerged Objects) craft, the same technology used to find age-old wrecked ships isn’t new. It has been used for over a decade by serious professionals in lakes and even the ocean. There is one problem with this practice, it’s expensive.

A team of researchers found what they believed to be USO wreckage in the Baltic Sea in 2012. While they were able to pinpoint exactly where the craft hit the sea’s floor and even determine there was in fact an object in the shape of a disk, they lacked the funds to retrieve it. 

The process of finding and removing anything from below the ground or from large bodies of water is tedious and requires absolute precision. It requires both a massive amount of equipment and people. Take the Oak Island treasure search for instance. The area on the island near a structure dating back to the mid 1700s has been a known treasure hub for at least two hundred years. Although several expeditions have been performed over the last couple hundred years, it wasn’t until the current televised search that it was fully excavated. The high cost of this kind of undertaking has been sustained because of the investment by the History Channel, for the show. 

This is the same direction the Swedish crew had hoped to take after finding potential UFO remains in the Baltic Sea. As the story seems to have faded into the past, it appears that option never came to fruition. 

With technology growing faster than we can even comprehend, it won’t be long before sonar will be able to provide enough evidence to gain financial support for future UFO searches. The researchers in Norway have every intention of digging out whatever it is that has been lying beneath their frozen lake since that unforgettable day in 1947. Let’s hope they find what they are looking for.

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