GHOST ROCKETS WORLD TOUR
10 000 Megawatin Totuus
Suomenlinna Island, Helsinki, Finland | June 23th, 2010
Returning to the origin of the Ghost Rocket theories, 10 000 Megawatin Totuus documents a rocket launch at the tip of Sveaborg Fortress on the island of Suomenlinna, Finland. The namesake of the Ghost Rockets World Tour spawns from the unidentified flying objects that flew over parts of Scandinavia post-WWII with a peak in sightings during 1946. While conclusive evidence remains ellusive, deductive investigation combining Scandinavian military reports, civilian witnesses and CIA investigation into Russian activies suggests the Ghost Rockets were commandeered NAZI V-2 Rockets that the USSR launched in order to reverse engineer the technology for their ballistic program otherwise destined to fall behind the American's progress due to the acquisition of the V-2 engineer Werner Von Braun. While original USSR launches were most likely from an abondoned WWII site such as Peenemünde in the Baltic Sea (see Rocketman launch), ballastic experiments continue into the 21st centurey only farther north in the White Sea with unidentified ballistics launched by nuclear submarines and creating spectacular failures over Norwegian skies like the artifial Aurora Borealis as generated by HAARP (see Hole in the Sky launch).
Soundtrack to a 2-Channel HD Video Installation includes an original recording of 10 000 Megawatin Totuus (10 000 Megawatts of Truth) by Finland's first Heavy Metal band Sarcofagus (1971).