UFO Sweden releases 18,000 Swedish UFO reports to the public domain

Breaking News! UFO Sweden is releasing thousands of UFO files beginning May 9-10, 2009, according to a news story in the Swedish online news magazine, Expressen.
Translation of the story was provided by Torbjorn Sassersson, Director of Exopolitics Sweden and editor of Soul Travel Magazine. Sassersson's translation states that:
Besides the 18,000 Swedish cases are thousands of cases from Denmark and other Nordic countries. Thousands of US cases on micro film are also included. The archive (Norrkoping) will be open to the public domain starting May 9-10, 2009.
The chairman of UFO Sweden, Clas Svahn, mentions one case of special interest, a case from 1980. A cigar shaped UFO submerged itself into a mountain lake and never came up again, according to witnesses. Svahn comments, ''it may still be there, since the lake has never been monitored by divers.''
[Source: examiner.com]

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