18 February 1982, 20:30 – Hessdalen, Holtålen Arne Wisth was in Hessdalen again, and he observed and shot photos of a phenomenon, gliding slowly up the valley. It shone with a pulsating light with fascinating colors, disappearing to the north. Some 30 people also observed the same phenomenon from Fjellbekkhøgda Mountain.
19 March 1982, 19:38 – Hessdalen, Holtålen Leif Havik wrote: On Friday, March 19th , at 19:00 we were at the same spot again. It was still a cold wind with a temperature of -12°C. Precisely at 19:38 there appeared a new “star” in the south-southeastern sky. Could it be a satellite? A point of light which appeared as an ordinary star made a slow movement in a northerly direction. After a while it assumed a “warmer” yellow-white color and it grew much larger, at the same time it seemed as if it flew low over the terrain. We shot some pictures, since the “star” passed in front of Fjellbekkhøgda Mountain on the same course as the other objects. During this observation we checked for any possible deflection on a compass, but with no reaction. Also, an Earth-magnetic detector was tested, but again with no result.
20 March 1982, night – Hessdalen, Holtålen Jon Gisle Børseth recorded a 16mm film of the phenomenon.
October 1982, evening – Finnsåhøgda, Hessdalen, Holtålen Photograph shot by Kurt Anderssen. He was located in Hessdalen, one evening during the winter 1982/1983, looking towards Finnsåhøgda Mountain. He used a 2,000mm lens and 400 ASA color slide film. He saw a yellow flashing light moving in the sky, coming above the mountain. The camera was on a tripod, and Kurt directed the camera towards the light.
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