UFO Conjectures

Monday, August 20, 2012

Ghost Rockets -- resurgent in Sweden.....

From Kerstin Übelacker:


My name is Kerstin and I'm the director of a documentary (supported by SVT - Swedish Television) about a Swedish UFO-organization. The film follows the investigation of Ghost Rockets - a phenomena which has been occuring in Sweden for decades where objects have been reported to crash into lakes throughout the country.

In two weeks time we’re heading out with UFO-Sweden on a massive expedition to a lake in the forests of northern Sweden. UFO-Sweden are bringing three specialist divers, two boats, a side sonar scanner, all in all over a ton of equipment which will be flown in with helicopter.

Anyone online can follow the planning and realisation of the expedition by liking our Facebook-page. We truly believe this is an extraordinary investigation into a unique phenomena that a lot of people would be interested in, and we would be very grateful if you would like to share this story.

See trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=0slQwdHE5w4
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ghostrockets
Website: www.ghostrockets.se
Ghost Rockets on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_rockets 

For more details contact Kerstin Übelacker kerstin@ghostrockets.se

All the best,
Kerstin Übelacker


  • More information from Kerstin Ubelacker:

    Hi Rich,

    Great to hear from you, thanks for getting back and posting about story. Attached is our press release (URL:

    http://www.ufo.se/norrland/) and here are links to the trailer, photos and more:

    Website: www.ghostrockets.se

    Documentary teaser:




    Twitter: @ghostrockets_se

    Ghost Rockets on Wikiepdia:


    UFO-Sweden: www.ufo.se/english/

    High resolution photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ghostrockets/

    Contact information:

    Clas Svahn, head of UFO-Sweden: clas.svahn@gmail.com

    Kerstin Übelacker, producer of Ghost Rockets documentary: kerstin@ghostrockets.se

    Just let me know if you need anything else, I'll keep you posted!

    Best regards,


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, August 20, 2012  

  • I read about this the other day on the Updates List and it looks pretty good.

    They are well-organised and highly unlikely to be running around in the dark squealing into night-vision cameras.

    In Mr Svahn's chapter of 'UFOs and Government,' he documents the point that the Swedish government took the reports seriously. They believed a few of the 'ghost rockets' to be ordinance and just couldn't catch a break when it came to solid evidence.

    This suggests the new expedition will be very fortunate to succeed where the contemporary ones failed. Any remaining materials, if they exist, must be buried deeper beneath the lake bed than ever. Still, it's ballsy to go out and try.

    At least it's a realistic endeavour and the team must be absolutely buzzing about it. It's exciting stuff. Good luck to them!

    By Blogger Kandinsky, at Monday, August 20, 2012  

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