The Norwegian Navy began tracking a USO for two weeks in the Sognefjord, one of
the longest and deepest fjords in the world. A fleet of ships and submarine-hunting
helicopters were tasked with locating the object. On November 20th, the object was
seen exiting the water. It was described as ‘a massive, silent, cigar-shaped
object’. One of the ships opened fire on the object, but it simply sank back
down beneath the waves. Depth charges were dropped to no avail. Then a plan was drawn
up to blockade the fjord and trap the USO, but the object disappeared.