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by Dr Valery Uvarov c. 2004
National Security Academy
St Petersburg, Russia
Stopped at night on the side of the road, two Russian truck drivers were astounded by the sight of a spaceship before them and amazed when one of the drivers was welcomed aboard.
On the night of 2nd November, 1989 the air temperature dropped very suddenly to below freezing. Two professional Russian truck drivers, Oleg Kirzhakov and his companion Nikolai Baranchikov were driving their truck from near the area of Arkhangelsk to Moscow.
They were hurrying home to finish all the formalities related to their business trip before the holidays. In the vicinity of Emtza railway station, the road was blocked by heaps of sand and gravel.
Originally posted by Telos
Is indeed a very interesting story. Once again Russia never stops amazing the ufo community with the stories from its land. I've read some very unusual UFO cases from Russia in the past and even though I cannot vouch neither their veracity or authenticity, I still consider that country to be a big source of information in the relation to ufo encounters.
Dr. Valery Mikhailovich Uvarov is the head of the Department of UFO Research, Palaeosciences and Palaeotechnology of the National Security Academy of Russia, and has devoted more than 14 years to ufology as well as to the study of the legacy of ancient civilizations.
Originally posted by Toadmund
That screen made me think of my floaters, wherever I look, there they are!
It's like the screen was in the eye, not outside of it.
Bag creatures, I've read variant tales of this type of being, machine or bio-machine before.
Also the interior sounds like many stories I've read or heard about.
In 1989, I saw a UFO in the day time sky, brushed aluminum in colour, with a flat top and a shape like an explorers hat, like the silver part of the bottom of an aluminum can.
So, I tend to read these stories with an open mind.
Sometimes they don't sound made up.