Jan 07 2010
Well, I was just about to sign-off, but then this came through from Tim Binnall, which I figured you would want to see; so I’ll post it now, rather than you having to wait until I get back.
Ole Jonny Braenne
1 Hour, 35 Minutes
BoA:Audio travels back to Scandinavia, this time to Norway, for a conversation with Ole Jonny Braenne, director of UFO Norway. We’ll be discussing key cases in Norwegian UFO history such as the ghost rocket / ghost flyer waves of the 1930’s, the 1952 Spitsbergen UFO “crash / retreival,” the infamous BjÃ¶rnulf film of 1954, the 1972 UFO trace cases in Namsenfjorden, the early 1980’s Hessdalen UFO wave and the subsequent “Hessdalen Project,” and a fascinating close encounter case from 1995. We also cover the evolution of UFO studies in Norway, the Norwegian military and government’s stance on UFOs, and how the media coverage of the phenomenon has evolved over the years.
It’s a rare glimpse across the Atlantic at a whole different world of UFO studies with Norwegian Ufologist Ole Jonny Braenne in his first American radio interview.
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