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The details of a Russian Crash on or about 1969 are sketchy and somewhat suspect. This case comes from the so-called "Secret KGB Files," which were reportedly smuggled out of the former Soviet Union. Reportedly, $10,000 was paid for the information. The details of these secret files were first offered to the general public on 9-13-98 as part of a TNT special titled "The Secret UFO Files of the KGB." The show featured extraordinary film and still photographs of the UFO recovery, and also a portion of autopsy film on part of an alien body.
The event itself, according to the files, occurred in the state of Sverdlovsky, which was formerly Yekatrinburg of the USSR. The crash story follows a familiar pattern normally associated with this type of report. The fiery crash of an unknown object occurred in March 1969. The site was secured by the Russian military, and one dead alien was found in the wreckage. The remains of the craft and alien were brought to a secure location, and the alien body was autopsied. Both still and moving pictures were taken of the craft, its retrieval, and the alien autopsy.
The autopsy shows only an alien torso and arm. From the size of the body parts, the alien would have been an extremely small being.
There's a thread on ATS somewhere that has some much better photos of the object than the photos you linked to.
Originally posted by -Blackout-
Supposedly, some top secret KGB Russia UFO files were smuggled out of the USSR that contained film footage of a downed UFO along with an Alien autopsy. Now, ive read *some* threads here on ATS about it, however, none of them seem to point toward a hoax (that I could find anyhow)
I found the photo that screams fake to me in this thread:
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
The closeup photos are to me what demonstrate the object is some sort of model, you can't tell from the distant photos, but from the closeup photos, you can tell. If you can find that thread and look at those closeup photos, you'll have your answer. If I find it I'll post the link but I looked briefly and didn't see it yet, it was one of the first threads I read after joining ATS but I'm not sure it was a new thread at the time.
Hi K, yes exactly! That's what did it for me. I've never really seen a detailed professional debunking on this case, but with the edge showing up in that photo like that, I didn't really feel much more was needed for me personally.
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by Arbitrageur
Hiya A, in that second picture you can clearly see the edge of the model. It looks like a semi-circular fibre glass model and they've shovelled some earth and leaves across the lower edge.
Originally posted by A-Dub
its fake. Besides the mentions of it being a model already, if it was a craft that crashed at that angle, why is there a perfectly intact tree right behind it? (1st photo) and why is there no broken trees or debris behind it?
guess they forgot to think about that part for the hoax lol.
I thought their behavior was odd too. I also thought the photography was odd, the cameraman seemed focused on a bunch of people walking around doing who knows what, and doesn't seem to pay much attention to the object of interest.
Originally posted by buddhasystem
They point their guns towards the people doing investigation instead of surveying the outside of the area.
I don't know that the Russian government was involved??
Originally posted by Frakkerface
What do you think the Russian government could get out of this? Keep in mind how many rumours there are about USA and alien technology.