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Originally posted by mrRviewer
well it could be Mark Roazhar but im not sure. was that taken at the base of the same mountain or at another location near by? it looks allot cleaner then the google earth close up. On google earth i typed in "Shaitan Mazar Russia" it gave me "ET crash 1991" and when you zoom in real close it's like they took the pictures on a hazy foggy day.
42o10'-42o12' of northern latitude, and between 79o40'-79o42'
They did make the site, but the UFO was gone. Too much time had elapsed, and more than likely, the military had removed it the spring following the semi-successful second expedition. Markers left by the second group were still there, but the craft and the helicopter were gone. The ground had been planed by construction equipment, removing any sign of the original crash. The gigantic UFO of 1991 was not an illusion. It had been confirmed by radar, and seen by four pilots, who described it in detail. The second expedition had found the craft, and drawn sketches and diagrams of it. They had meticulously duplicated the alien markings on its tail. For a few fleeting moments, the hope of the entire UFO community had been achieved. One disappointment after another had made that triumph short-lived. When the third expedition had found nothing at the site, doubt began to arise about the validity of the findings of the second group. There is too much documentation from independent witnesses to dispute the existence of the UFO. Most UFO enthusiasts believe the testimony of the members of the second expedition. An extraterrestrial spacecraft crashed in the "Grave of the Devil," in the Tien Shan Mountains.
Originally posted by Mark Roazhar
An extraterrestrial spacecraft crashed in the "Grave of the Devil," in the Tien Shan Mountains.