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On episode 259 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we explore the rich history of UFOs in Sweden, Finland, and Norway. We begin with a fascinating UFO sighting in Sweden witnessed by dozens of people in different geographical locations as a saucer-shaped craft floated over Lake Anten and then landed in a forested area, leaving possible trace evidence. We then follow similar types of craft as they made their way to Findland and Norway as well. We also explore the incredible UFO flap of 1974 in Vallentuna, a small community just outside Stockholm. Then, we head back to Finland to dissect two extraordinary close encounters where both pairs of witnesses decided to fight back against possible other-worldly visitors.

This episode was co-researched and co written by Marcus Lowth and Fred Andersson.

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