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A Russian UFO website apparently told that in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, on January 14, 1978, at 06:00 a.m., three 18-year old men, Mikhail Babkin, Nikolay Leontyev and Vitaliy Kravchenko were in a room at the local sports complex "Oktyabryonok". They had been celebrating the passing of the old New Year with glasses of champagne and enjoying steam baths in the sauna and swimming pool, also eating mixed with some vodka. At 06:00 a.m., the watchman "proposed" that the young men go home and accompanied them to the rear exit of the building, through a long and very narrow corridor with concrete walls without window located in the basement area near the pool's walls. They were walking along the corridor in the following order, the watchman walking ahead, followed by Leontyev, then Babkin, followed by Kravchenko. Suddenly Mikhail seemed to trip, despite the narrow corridor and the smooth concrete floor deprived of potholes. He screamed and Leontyev turned around in amazement, not believing his eyes as he saw Babkin's shoulder penetrate into the concrete wall and in a moment Babkin's entire body vanishing into the wall. The stunned men began examining the wall with their hands, looking for any doors or openings, but their hands only touched concrete. Mikhail later told his friends that he had suddenly entered a small and dark room. To his left he could see an object like a medical examination chair. Across from him he could see a slightly opened door. There was a narrow window on the right wall of the room through which he saw treetops entirely covered in dense green leaves, moving about in a strong wind. Babkin was amazed as it was in the middle of winter, but outside this "window" it appeared to be summer and broad daylight. He was looking at a view of a fourth story floor whereas he had just been walking in an underground corridor. As if in a trance, Babkin moved towards the slightly opened door and pushed it open. He then entered another room, also shrouded in gloom. There was a round platform on the ceiling gaving off a faint light, and no windows. A similar "medical chair" stood near the wall. He felt very lightheaded and moving like a robot, he walked forward and opened another door, stepping into the strangest room yet. It was absolutely dark, with some bright areas visible in the inky darkness. The lights seemed to hypnotically influence Babkin. He became numb unable to look away from the lights. Suddenly he noticed several black humanoid figures that appeared in front of him, faintly lit by the pulsating patches of light. Their heads appeared rectangular in shape. There were five of them and they stood still in front of him. One of the humanoids, standing in the front, was slightly hunched over and appeared to be working some kind of device that gave off light. The device was not big, resembling a "corncob" with a pointy end; which was pointed directly at Babkin. The object emanated a very bright light but strangely it did not illuminate the surrounding area. Babkin then heard a male voice inside his head, saying "This one?" Another voice, also inside his head answered, "No not him". The first voice then said immediately, "Memory erasure is necessary". This phrase frightened Babkin terribly as he realized that it was his memory that was going to be erased. Horrified, Babkin seemed to snap out of his confused state and ran out the door and suddenly jumped back into the corridor of the sports complex, screaming inarticulate remarks. He heard a door closed behind him with a loud slam, when he turned around the door was gone. His friends had been searching for him for about an hour, running across the complex in complete despair. But Babkin said he had spent only five minutes in "that other strange parallel world."
Everything about stories like these are a little weird to me lol. I was being a bit sarcastic but I can't dismiss the possibility of the drinks being laced and/or some type of mind control being implemented. Just one possibility my mind finds.
originally posted by: humanoidlord
a reply to: Illumimasontruth
thanks! also i find the vodka explanation a bit weird
The device was not big, resembling a "corncob" with a pointy end; which was pointed directly at Babkin