Metal UFO Fragment Crashes In Siberia
It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s a UFO! Indeed it is! A huge UFO fragment fell from the sky and crashed in the proximity of a village in Siberia. The gigantic alien object weighs over 200 kilograms, is six feet long and it’s partially made of titanium steel.
The experts who originally examined the object have concluded that the strange and amazing object does not belong to any know technology, and they have also stated that it is neither from a rocket nor a missile. So what can it be?
The gigantic metal object bares a striking resemblance to our very common recycling bin, but apart from that, no one can compare it to anything we know yet. The huge UFO fragment is shaped like a dome and it originally fell in the midst of a thick forest, near the remote Russian village of Otradnesnky.
The strange event took place on Sunday, March 14th, and since the crash, locals managed to carry the UFO piece back to the village so that experts can analyze the amazing finding. The villagers attached the bizarre unidentified object to a lorry and dragged through the snow, before calling the authorities in Moscow.
The news of the UFO spread fast and for the time being, local police has it under strict guard, on orders from unnamed authorities. One thing is for sure, after the second analysis, by even more scientists, an official statement has been issued stating that the fragment is made of ultra-strong titanium, and that:
“the object does not come from a rocket or missile or be in any way associated with terrestrial space technology. We measured the radiation level near and inside the object. We found no radiation here”
The declaration was given by Yuri Bornyakov, the man in charge with the rescue service department in the Kuybyshevsky district, Novosibirsk region.
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Have a look at the videos below, to get a better view of the giant UFO fragment which fell from the sky in Siberia.
Written with love and coolness by Marius on March 23, 2012 in Weird Stuff
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