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Aerial Craft and Non-Human Body From Irkutsk.

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Aerial Craft and Non-Human Body Video From Irkutsk Russia. Hoax Or Crash.

“At 7 o'clock in the evening (March 1, 2011), hundreds of people
in different locations of Osinsky district (near Irkutsk) saw a bright
flash in the sky, and then a fall of an unknown flying object.”

- Galina Sotnikova, Reporter, TV Center, Irkutsk, Russia

Alleged non-human body found on snow where villagers near Irkutsk, Russia,
reported unidentified aerial lights on two nights from February 28 to March 1, 2011,
as well as a bright flash of light. No craft debris was ever found by authorities, according
to NTV Russian television, but the small, non-human body above was videotaped
and distributed on Youtube. In comparison to the surrounding environment, the size
of the alien body is not much more than a foot - or two feet if the legs and
seemingly very long arms were intact. See video link at end of Translation 1.

Irkutsk, Russia, (above and below maps) is marked by the red circle above Mongolia.
Irkutsk, with a population of about 600,000 is one of the largest cities in Siberia and is the administrative center of Irkutsk Oblast, 5,185 kilometers (3,222 mi) by rail from Moscow.

April 20, 2011 Irkutsk, Russia - Russian TV Channel, NTV (HTB in Russian) reported in a recent newscast that on February 28 to March 1, 2011, many glowing, aerial objects at night were seen and videotaped on at least one cell phone in villages near Irkutsk, Russia. An explosion of light was also reported and a very small body (above) on snow was also videotaped and distributed on YouTube. The following are translations of two videos with hot links to each videotape source. The translator is Tania Ivanova-Sullivan, Ph.D., Asst. Professor of Russian, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Translation 1

Geographic location of the video footage: Irkutsk Federal District, Osinski Region.

Date of “crash”: March 1, 2011, in the evening.

Date of the TV broadcast: Not mentioned.

Name of TV station and city in which newscast was broadcast: This video is a report on some UFO sightings in Siberia near the Irkutsk Federal District. The report was done by one of the major Russian TV channels, NTV (??? in Russian, the logo is visible in the lower left corner of the screen). NTV sent his reporter Roman Egonin/Egunin to Irkutsk, the main administrative center of the district. The local journalist who reported the story to NTV and other major news channels and newspapers in Russia is based in Irkutsk. Her name is Galina Sotnikova and she works for an agency called ‘Russian News’. It is not said what the name of the local TV station is and it is impossible to tell by the logo only (in the upper right corner).

NTV Russian TV Newscast Anchorman, date of TV broadcast not given:
“The residents of several villages around Irkutsk for a second day in a row are talking only about what they saw in the night sky that doesn’t stop bothering them. People got scared by this (pointing to the video behind him that shows some unidentified objects shot with a cell phone camera). These are flying objects that eyewitnesses have taken pictures of them on their cell phones. Our correspondent Roman Egonin/Egunin (it was difficult to hear his last name and they never showed it on the screen) together with some experts carefully studied these pictures.”

Voice of Roman Egonin:
“This is an amateur video that lasts several seconds, but these few frames were enough to excite the residents of several villages and communities around Irkutsk when in the night sky they observed UFOs. The people who took the cell phone footage, school students from one of the local schools, don’t believe their eyes.”

Voices of School Boys:
“It was going up and down, then went further down.”

Voice of Roman Egonin:
“The bright flying balls appeared above the forest late in the evening. Nelly Azanova, a resident of the Obus village, says one of the unidentified objects froze several kilometers above the ground and in 10 minutes disappeared in the air with a noise.”

Nelly Azanova, an eyewitness, talks to the camera:
“Above the tree peaks were those things, like lamps that were turned on. There were thousands of those lamps, above the forest. And there was an explosion. Everything started to go out, sinking gradually, and then when they already sank, they were almost impossible to see. Then the third explosion was very muffled, as if everything went underground.”

Voice of Roman Egonin:
“During the course of a half hour, many anxious people called the police department and told the same story - there was something that flew over in the sky and went down to the forest bursting in flames. True, the villagers didn’t think at first that this was an alien invasion, but thought of an accident of earthy origin, a plane crash.”

Marina Korotkevich (an eyewitness), a school girl talks to the camera:
“And there from them as if smoke came out and immediately started smelling like unpleasantly, a smell that is like the smell after boys set off little bombs, that was the smell like.” [ sulphur or rotten eggs]

Voice of Roman Egonin:
“The plane crash version was not confirmed by the local authorities; specialists assured that flying devices were not noticed/observed on that given territory. Moreover, an operations group and fire department went to check the place pointed out by the eyewitnesses. Then in the morning, a helicopter of the Emergency Services took up in the air.”

Vitaly Komandenko, Director of the Department of Defense, Emergency Situations, and Fire Safety of the Osinski region talks to the camera:
“ We flew over the places of the possible (crash). We did not discover any traces. We searched our region completely/fully and a part of the Kachugski region, on the border. Those areas were searched and there were no traces, so people can calm down.”

Voice of Roman Egonin:
“After that all residents unanimously stated that they had seen a flying saucer behind the bright luminescent light. Aleksei Kaporov watched it from the window of his house and says that he has seen such a thing only in the movies.”

Roman Egonin interviews Alexei Kaporov: “Do you believe at all in UFO or not?”

Alexei Kaporov: “Well, I don’t know. I saw it with my own eyes. Believe or don’t believe, I saw it.”

Voice of Roman Egonin:
“Scientists however give more prosaic explanation of the light and the crash in the sky of Irkutsk. The Director of the Astronomical Observator, Sergei Jazev, got in touch with eyewitnesses and said that the residents of Obus and the neighboring villages have witnessed an explosion of a rock meteorite.”

Sergei Jazev, Director of the Astronomical Observatory at the Irkutsk State University talks to the camera:
“There was a bright flash, as the eyewitness is saying, as if from a camera, but it was not clear where the light came from; i.e., everything was illuminated right away. All this resembles very much the fall of a big meteorite and its destruction high up in the air.”

Voice of Roman Egonin:
“That’s why it is not surprising that neither the Ministry of Emergency situations nor the Police have found any traces of the fall. After such an explosion, astronomers say, there is no large debris; typically, the meteorite falls to pieces into dust.”

Credits: Reporters Roman Egonin and Galina Sotnikova, NTV, District of Irkutsk, Russia.

Video Sources:

Video of non-human body on snow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMGatrWkG2c&feature=player_embedded

Video of above interviews: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLNhosxKyc4&feature=player_embedded

Translation 2

Galina Sotnikova, Dmitriy Voitkevich, “TV Center,” Irkutsk, Russia, region: “Hundreds of people in different locations of Osinsky District saw a bright flash in the sky and then the fall of an unknown flying object; according to astronomers, this could have been be a meteorite.”

Voice of Anchorwoman:
“In the Irkutsk region, Emergency Services and police were alerted by the appearance in the sky of an unidentified flying object. It is unknown whether something had exploded or fell in the taiga (large boreal coniferous forest). But the response of local residents to the question ‘What was that?’ was unanimously, ‘Aliens.’
Now Galina Sotnikova reports.”

Galina Sotnikova, TV Reporter:
“UFO, a meteorite or a plane? This question is bothering the residents of the Irkutsk region, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the police. At 7 o'clock in the evening (March 1, 2011), hundreds of people in different locations of Osinsky district (near Irkutsk) saw a bright flash in the sky, and then a fall of an unknown flying object.”

Rapheal Safin, a resident of the village and an eyewitness:
“First, the spark was like lightning and explosion, and then it flew away toward Severnyj (a village). That’s what I saw. And the houses began to tremble.”

Galina Sotnikova, TV Reporter:
“Those who did not see a bright flash, thought that it was an earthquake. However, witnesses insisted that it was a plane that fell, or some kind of a flying device.”

A school boy (eyewitness):
“I thought it was aliens.”

Galina Sotnikova, TV Reporter:
“A few days ago, residents in the area took video footage on their cell phones of unknown glowing objects in the sky, so to the locals the version of the crash of an alien spacecraft did not seem impossible. UFO specialists have declared the beginning of 2011 anomalous.”

Nikita Tomilin, UFO Specialist:
“UFO activity was recorded in January and February (2011) in the Irkutsk region. And the fact that something had fallen (March 1, 2011) proves that this activity was not accidental. This much we can tell for sure. In addition, all over Russia we have noted an increased poltergeist activity.”

Galina Sotnikova, TV Reporter:
“People called in the dispatch services requesting them to do something about this unidentified flying object. The district administration has decided to take the situation under control.”

Vitaly Komandenko, Head of Civil Defense and Emergencies Osinsky District:
“The mayor decided to organize two task force groups. So we went out and covered the territory of the district, and also conducted a survey of the population.

Galina Sotnikova, TV Reporter:
“Queries were also sent to the aviation services, which then checked on the radar whether there were planes in the skies. Neither the civilian nor the military aviation services confirmed any loss of an aircraft. Planes do not usually fly in this area. Employees of the Ministry of the Emergency Situations flew over the territory and explored the place where, according to eyewitnesses, the fall of an unknown object occurred. But no trace of a possible crash was detected. It is possible that the flying object fell into the taiga (large conifer forest), an area that is simply not accessible. However, according to astronomers, it is possible that we will never find any traces if a stone meteorite had fallen from the sky.”

Sergey Yazev, Director of the Astronomical Observatory of Irkutsk State University:
“Typically, when a block the size of 1.5 to 2 meters enters the atmosphere due to the high velocity speed, it breaks into small pieces and becomes dust. Therefore, if everything happened like that, then finding something would be extremely difficult. Smaller particles can fall to the ground and after the fall of this object, there was a heavy snowfall in the Osinsky area.”

Galina Sotnikova, TV Reporter:
“Astronomers are more and more inclined to believe that this was a meteorite. In the later spring, scientists intend to organize an expedition to figure out what was the nature of the unidentified object that fell into the Osinsky area.”

Credit: Reporter Galina Sotnikova, NTV, District of Irkutsk, Russia.

Video Source:

http://beta.tvc.ru/ShowNews.aspx?id=599d124a-de0e-4f55-ba31-077323a59028...

More Information:

For further reports about alleged non-human crashed aerial vehicles, please see the extensive Earthfiles Archive. Here are some of the many reports.

• 12/20/2009 — Part 3: June Crain and Wright Field, 1942 - 1952
• 10/13/2005 — Part 5: Retrievals of the Third Kind - A Case Study of Alleged UFOs and Occupants in Military Custody
• 10/05/2005 — Part 4: Retrievals of the Third Kind - A Case Study of Alleged UFOs and Occupants in Military Custody
• 09/30/2005 — Part 3: Retrievals of the Third Kind - A Case Study of Alleged UFOs and Occupants in Military Custody
• 09/25/2005 — Part 1: Retrievals of the Third Kind - A Case Study of Alleged UFOs and Occupants in Military Custody
• 07/14/2005 — Part 2: The UFO Crash/Retrieval Syndrome: Status Report II - New Sources, New Data
• 06/17/2005 — Part 13: UFO Crash/Retrievals: Status Report III - Amassing The Evidence
• 05/10/2005 — Part 12: UFO Crash/Retrievals: Status Report III - Amassing The Evidenc
• 04/19/2005 — Part 10: UFO Crash/Retrievals: Status Report III - Amassing The Evidence © June 1982 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 03/24/2005 — Part 6: UFO Crash/Retrievals: Status Report III - Amassing The Evidence
• 01/15/2005 — Part 26: UFO Crash/Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum - Status Report VI © July 1991 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 01/11/2005 — Part 25: UFO Crash/Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum - Status Report VI © July 1991 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 08/30/2004 — Part 16: UFO Crash/Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum - Status Report VI © July 1991 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 08/05/2004 — Part 14: UFO Crash/Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum - Status Report VI © July 1991 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 07/27/2004 — Part 12: UFO Crash/Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum - Status Report VI © July 1991 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 04/13/2004 — Part 7: UFO Crash/Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum - Status Report VI © July 1991 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 03/17/2004 — Part 1 - "Horrible Secret" in UFO Crash Retrievals Near Roswell, New Mexico, in July 1947?
• 02/24/2004 — Part 1: UFO Crash/Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum - Status Report VI © July 1991 by Leonard H. Stringfield
• 12/29/2003 — Part 5 - UFO Crash/Retrievals, Status Report VII by Len Stringfield
• 12/19/2003 — Part 3 - UFO Crash/Retrievals, Status Report VII by Len Stringfield
• 11/07/2003 — British UFO Crash Retrievals

Websites:

Majestic 12 Documents: http://www.majesticdocuments.com

Majestic 12, Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majestic_12

December 29, 1980 Cash-Landrum UFO Encounter, Texas:http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case86.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cash-Landrum_incident

1967 Malmstrom AFB UFOs Over Minuteman Missile Sites:
http://www.cufon.org/cufon/malmstrom/malm1.htm

1968 Minot AFB UFOs Over Minuteman Missile Sites: http://www.ufocasebook.com/minotafb.html

U. K. Ministry of Defence August 2009 UFO Files Release to National Archives:
http://ufos.nationalarchives.gov.uk/

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