Environmentally Friendly UFO Hotel

Stumbled upon this little story today, and this is one of those things I might have to do at some point. Of course it’s in Sweden, so maybe not as soon as I would like. And I know it’s not haunted, but it might make a good story for our friend Courtney Mroch over at Haunt Jaunts.

Located near the Lule River, the UFO hotel room was made from a prefabricated lightweight composite material and placed aloft in the trees with the utmost attention paid to sustainability and environmental awareness. To ensure this, the UFO retains a high level of energy efficiency and conservation, the UFO sources its power from a hydroelectric facility, features insulation, LED lighting, composting toilets, and underfloor heating.

 The room itself measures 30 sq meters and is large enough for a double bed, a composting toilet and a cozy dining area. A giant skylight compliments the room, allowing guests to take in the beautiful night sky and surrounding forest. Guests are able to access the UFO room via a retractable staircase and hatch door — but no word yet on when the tractor-beam will be fully operational.

Unfortunately, this article already ended on a bad joke, so I won’t make one here. We here at The Occult Section would like to wish all of our readers a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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Environmentally Friendly UFO Hotel

Stumbled upon this little story today, and this is one of those things I might have to do at some point. Of course it’s in Sweden, so maybe not as soon as I would like. And I know it’s not haunted, but it might make a good story for our friend Courtney Mroch over at Haunt Jaunts.

Located near the Lule River, the UFO hotel room was made from a prefabricated lightweight composite material and placed aloft in the trees with the utmost attention paid to sustainability and environmental awareness. To ensure this, the UFO retains a high level of energy efficiency and conservation, the UFO sources its power from a hydroelectric facility, features insulation, LED lighting, composting toilets, and underfloor heating.

 The room itself measures 30 sq meters and is large enough for a double bed, a composting toilet and a cozy dining area. A giant skylight compliments the room, allowing guests to take in the beautiful night sky and surrounding forest. Guests are able to access the UFO room via a retractable staircase and hatch door — but no word yet on when the tractor-beam will be fully operational.

Unfortunately, this article already ended on a bad joke, so I won’t make one here. We here at The Occult Section would like to wish all of our readers a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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