Ghost Rocket Phenomenon

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

  1. Ghost Rocket Phenomenon
  2. Foo Fighter Phenomenon
  3. Animal / Cattle Mutilation Phenomenon
  4. Abduction Phenomenon
  5. Crop Circle Phenomenon

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1.       GHOST ROCKET PHENOMENON

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Ghost rockets (Swedish: Spökraketer, also called Scandinavian ghost rockets) were rocket- or missile-shaped UFO (unidentified flying objects sighted) in 1946, mostly in Sweden and nearby countries.

The first reports of ghost rockets were made on February 26, 1946, by Finnish observers. About 2,000 sightings were logged between May and December 1946, with peaks on 9 and 11 August 1946. Two hundred sightings were verified with radar returns, and authorities recovered physical fragments which were attributed to ghost rockets.

Investigations concluded that many ghost rocket sightings were probably caused by meteors.However, most ghost rocket sightings did not occur during meteor shower activity, and furthermore displayed characteristics inconsistent with meteors, such as reported maneuverability.

The early Russian origins theory was rejected by Swedish, British, and U.S. military investigators because no recognizable rocket fragments were ever found, and according to some sightings the objects usually left no exhaust trail, some moved too slowly and usually flew horizontally, they sometimes traveled and maneuvered in formation, and they were usually silent. Instances of slower moving cigar shaped objects are also known. A hissing or rumbling sound was sometimes reported.

Crashes were not uncommon, almost always in lakes. Reports were made of objects crashing into a lake, then propelling themselves across the surface before sinking, as well as ordinary crashes. The Swedish military performed several dives in the affected lakes shortly after the crashes, but found nothing other than occasional craters in the lake bottom or torn off aquatic plants.

The “ghost rocket” reports were not confined to Scandinavian countries. Similar objects were soon reported early the following month by British Army units in Greece, especially around Thessaloniki. In an interview on September 5, 1946, the Greek Prime Minister, Konstantinos Tsaldaris, likewise reported a number of projectiles had been seen over Macedonia and Thessaloniki on September 1. In mid-September, they were also seen in Portugal, and then in Belgium and Italy.

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Videos:

-> Ghost Rocket in Sweeden – 20 times larger than an airplane (2015)

-> Ghost Rocket – Southern California (2015)

-> Ghost Rocket lights up Melbourne  (2014)

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Documentary

Ghost Rockets Teaser #1


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—> For more information see http://www.ghostrockets.se/

 

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