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A UFO crash site allegedly filmed by the Russian KGB in March of 1969 in the Sverdlovsk region of Russia.
The footage was later obtained ... all » by documentary filmmakers who then published the movie, "The Secret KGB UFO Files"
A film expert noted in the documentary that the film came in an old Soviet film can and the numbers on the films header matched the cans they came in. The header of the film has the crest of the KGB on it and the term for TOP SECRET.
An autopsy of the alleged pilot of the UFO is seen in the documentary film. Soviet doctors examine the burned torso of the entity and it is revealed that the three doctors died one week later all from cerebral hemorrhages. Death certificates are presented as proof.
Several KGB documents are produced to prove the film is authentic.
Some have put forth the argument that an American Production crew filmed the footage in March 1998. These claims are put forth on web sites claiming to know the truth about this footage. To date they have failed to show even one current photo of any of the soldiers in the film nor any statements from the actors that they were indeed only actors in this film. This should be easy to obtain if the footage was recently filmed.
Another theory suggests the film was a training exercise. Yet no one has produced witnesses verifying this claim.
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Originally posted by ViewFromTheStars
I guess if it was heavy enough and hit the ground at not too high a speed I guess it could embed itself in the ground like that.
[edit on 18-12-2006 by ViewFromTheStars]