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Dalnegorsk Incident: ‘Best Documented UFO Crash in History’

by Matthew Kirkham                      January 1, 2019                      (express.co.uk)

• Mainly due to its size, Russia has had more UFO sightings than any other nation. The most compelling Russian/USSR UFO case is known as the Dalnegorsk Incident, where over 100 people witnessed the event.

• On January 29, 1986, at almost 8pm, in a small mining town in the far southeast of the Soviet Union called Dalnegorsk (just above North Korea), the town folk witnessed a reddish sphere silently passing over the town before crashing into the nearby Izvestkovaya Mountain. It was near-perfectly round and three meters (almost 10 feet) in diameter, with no projections or cavities.

• Eyewitness, V. Kandakov, estimated the speed of the UFO at 15 metres per hour (ie: very slowly). The object slowly ascended and descended, and its reddish glow would heat up every time it rose up. On its approach to the Izvestkovaya Mountain, the object “jerked”, and fell down like a rock.

• According to a scientist on the Amazon Prime documentary, “The Secret KGB Files”, “It was a small probe. It was not kind of a big object.” Notably, the crash sparked adverse affects in blood, a decrease in leukocyte count, and an increase in bacteria in the nearby towns folk. Scientists believe the reason was the ultra-high temperatures impact on the soil, and radiation of unknown nature.

• Two years after the incident, the Dalnegorsk area saw unusually high UFO activity. In five administrative districts of Primorye there were 33 registered objects in just one day alone, having different forms – cigar-shaped, cylindrical, spherical – and all moved absolutely silently.

 

Russia has had more UFO sightings than any other nation. One reason for the multitude of UFO cases is that Russian borders surround the largest land mass in the world. Of the reported UFO sightings, the most compelling case is known as the Dalnegorsk Incident. Here is a look back at the remarkable 1986 Dalnegorsk Crash, an incident that resonates powerfully with what allegedly occurred at Roswell in 1947.

This internationally famous UFO incident took place in 1986, on January 29, at 7.55 pm and according to a documentary is the “best documented crash”.

That cold January day, a reddish sphere flew into the a small mining town from in the Far East of Russia the southeastern direction, crossing part of Dalnegorsk before crashing at the Izvestkovaya Mountain – also known as Height or Hill 611, because of its size.

The object flew noiselessly, and parallel to the ground; it was approximately three metres in diameter, of a near-perfect round shape, with no projections or cavities, its colour similar to that of burning stainless steel.

One eyewitness, V. Kandakov, said that the speed of the UFO was close to 15 metres per hour.

The object slowly ascended and descended, and its glow would heat up every time it rose up.

On its approach to Hill 611 the object “jerked”, and fell down like a rock.

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How Soviet Union Achieved ‘Great Success’ With Paranormal Warfare

by Matthew Kirkham                   December 31, 2018                    (express.co.uk)

• An Amazon Prime documentary, “The Secret KGB Files”, reveals that the Soviet Union took UFOs seriously during the Cold War, and even claimed to know how to “summon” and make contact with UFOs.

• As in the United States, reports of UFO sightings were treated in the Soviet Union as non-science, or fiction not worthy of attention from serious scientist for many years. But behind the scenes, under Nikita Khrushchev, great paranormal success was achieved in the Soviet Union including the building of the first bio generator machines to alter human minds.

• The documentary claims that beginning in 1917 and continuing until 2003, the Soviets poured up to $1billion into developing mind-controlling weaponry to compete with similar programs in the United States, which the Soviets called psychotronics. But Americans were “worried about Soviet research programs because they believed “the Soviet Union was there to conquer and to overtake the United States”. It also claims that the Kremlin hoped investigating reports of alien spacecraft could advance aeronautical design.

[Editor’s Note]  During the Cold War, both the Soviet Union and the United States were much more advanced in mind control and psychotronics than any mainstream documentary will reveal. Insiders have learned that the US and the USSR very often worked together, and the Cold War was just an excuse to build up their respective militaries to covertly fund their mind control and secret space programs.

 

The Soviet Union took UFOs seriously with the KGB and the Soviet Defence Ministry dedicating units collecting and analysing information about paranormal activity, a bombshell documentary has revealed.

Military experts even claimed to know how to “summon” UFOs and make contact with them during the height of the Cold War. For many years, reports of UFO sightings were treated in the Soviet Union as non-science, or fiction not worthy of attention from serious scientist In Amazon Prime’s “The Secret KGB Files”, the documentary reveals that under Nikita Khrushchev, great success had been achieved in the Soviet Union with the paranormal. Some of the first bio generators and machines to alter human minds came to the scene.

The narrator explains that the Americans were “worried about Soviet research programmes because they knew that the Soviet Union would not use it for peaceful means”.

They believed “the Soviet Union was there to conquer and to overtake the United States”.

It is claimed that the Kremlin hoped investigating reports of alien spacecraft could advance aeronautical design.

One reason for the multitude of UFO cases is that Russian borders surround the largest land mass in the world.

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When Dozens of Korean War GIs Claimed a UFO Made Them Sick

by Natasha Frost                  September 13, 2018                  (history.com)

• In May 1951, one year into the Korean War, PFC Francis P. Wall and his regiment found themselves stationed near Chorwon, about 60 miles north of Seoul. Suddenly, as they were preparing to bombard a nearby village with artillery, the soldiers saw an orange-glowing flying craft resembling a “jack-o-lantern” come wafting down across the mountain and into the Korean town they were about to attack.

• As the artillery bursts began, the soldiers could see that the strange craft hovering in the center of the town remained unharmed, according to Wall in a 1987 interview with John P. Timmerman of the Center for UFO Studies.

• Suddenly, the object began to pulsate a brilliant blue-green light. The U.S. soldiers began firing at the object with armor-piercing bullets from an M-I rifle. As the bullets ‘dinged’ off of the craft, it began to swerve from side to side as its lights flashed on and off. The object then strafed the U.S. soldiers with “some form of a ray that was emitted in pulses, in waves that you could visually see only when it was aiming directly at you,” recalled Wall.

• Wall remembered a burning, tingling sensation sweeping over his body. The soldiers rushed into underground bunkers and peeped through the windows, watching as the craft hovered above them and then shot off, at a 45-degree angle. “It was there and was gone,” said Wall.

• Three days after the incident, the entire company of men was evacuated by ambulance. When they received medical treatment, they were found to have dysentery and an extremely high white-blood-cell count, possible symptoms of radiation.

• Before the Korean War ended in July 1953, dozens of soldiers reported seeing UFOs over the battlefields. As many as 42 of these reports were corroborated by additional witness reports.

• At first, the U.S. suspected these mysterious craft belonged to the Soviet Union. But after the war it was learned that the Soviets themselves had reported seeing strange unidentified craft over Korean battlefields.

 

In May 1951, one year into the Korean War, PFC Francis P. Wall and his regiment found themselves stationed near Chorwon, about 60 miles north of Seoul. As they were preparing to bombard a nearby village with artillery, all of a sudden, the soldiers saw a strange sight up in the hills—like “a jack-o-lantern come wafting down across the mountain.”

What happened after—the pulsing, “attacking” light, the lingering debilitating symptoms—would mystify many for decades to come.

As the GIs watched, the craft made its way down into the village, where the artillery air bursts were starting to explode. “We further noticed that this object would get right into…the center of an airburst of artillery and yet remain unharmed,” Wall later told John P. Timmerman of the Center for UFO Studies in a 1987 interview. Suddenly, the object turned, Wall said. And whereas at first, it had glowed orange, now it was a pulsating blue-green brilliant light. He asked his company commander for permission to fire at the object with armor-piercing bullets from an M-I rifle. As the bullets hit the body of the craft, he recalled, they made a metallic “ding.” The object started behaving still more erratically, shunting from side to side as its lights flashed on and off.

Wall’s recollections of what happened next are stranger still. “We were attacked,” he said, “swept by some form of a ray that was emitted in pulses, in waves that you could visually see only when it was aiming directly at you. That is to say, like a searchlight sweeps around and the segments of light…you would see it coming at you.”

He remembered a burning, tingling sensation sweeping over his body, as if he were being penetrated. The men rushed into underground bunkers and peeped through the windows, watching as the craft hovered above them and then shot off, at a 45-degree angle. “It’s that quick,” he said. “It was there and was gone.”

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