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Monday, 08 October 2007
This video was recorded on September 15, 2007, by mobile phone. The originality of the recording is beyond any doubts, as I know the guy who did it personally.
The recording was done in the city of Gyumri, Armenia. A good half of Gyumry’s population witnessed the strange image. According to Gregoryan calendar, it was the day of Srbkhech holiday, when all dead people are recalled.
Vărăncău (Romanian; Russian: Воронково, Voronkovo; location: 47°41'N 029°06'E) is a commune in Transnistria, Moldova, consisting of three villages: Vărăncău, Buschi, and Gherşunovca. It is located 15 km SE of Râbniţa.
The village Vărăncău is the site of the Church of the Blessed Virgin's Assumption, a Christian Orthodox church, construction of which was completed in 1800. Since then, the church has been open and functioning, standing much as it did when it first opened its doors. It is the only church in Transnistria which was never closed during the Soviet times when all other churches had to close, holding therefore a special significance for the religious community in Transnistria.
Originally posted by Wallachian
which is the same video, but added in October 2007, and said to be recorded in September 2007, in Leninakan, Armenia. So yet another location.