The Daily Mail has reported that amazing footage shows hailing from Siberia appears to show extra-terrestrials milling around a landed UFO.
The clip, which was recorded in the remote Irkutsk region of Siberia, appears to show a strange glowing craft and five visitors from OUT OF THIS WORLD walking about in the snow. The short clip — of what appears to be an alien about four feet tall, standing 15-feet away from its glowing craft, with four other similar figures nearby — was taken two days after mysterious lights illuminated the Siberian night skies above Bayanday, also in Irkutsk. UFO expert Mike Cohen had this to say:
‘These two videos from two independent witnesses show that a UFO event of Roswell-sized proportions has taken place in Russia. Two days after these clips were taken the town of Bayanday reported a crash of a huge pink and blue glowing object. An enormous explosion was then heard over a wide area.”
Cohen claimed police and rescue departments were flooded with phone calls from frightened residents, but that the local authorities were committed to covering the whole event up:
‘The military soon confirmed that it had not been doing any exercises in the area and therefore cannot be responsible for any reports of UFOs… officials declared the event classified and told journalists the area of impact would not be revealed.”
Only hours prior to the March 1st, 2011, event, air-traffic controllers in Yakutks, Siberia, claim to have picked up a UFO on radar traveling at 6000 mph at a height of 65,000ft. When they tried to speak with the crew of the craft they heard bizarre cat noises being uttered to them. According to Cohen
“What I want to know is did the craft actually crash at all or was this just a noisy landing?”
In April of 2011, two students — Kirill Vlasov and Timur Hilall — claimed to have recovered a tiny body from a UFO crash site, but later admitted to police that the creature was in fact (fairly craftily) made out of molded bread and chicken skin. A spokesman from the Russian interior ministry confirmed the hoax.
“We found the alien in one of the student’s homes. It was lying under his bed and an examination of it revealed it had been made of bread crumbs which were covered in chicken skin.”
Perhaps this new “evidence” will also be revealed as a hoax or maybe… just maybe… it will help to confirm the existence of E.T.s on Earth, but in these harrowing days of technologically gifted pranksters we’re not holding our breath.