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New Twist In Old Alien Autopsy Video Controversy

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The internet is abuzz with stories suggesting that Russia have known about Alien Civilizations for many decades.

The stories involve a UFO which allegedly crashed in 1969 which was recovered by the Russian military, and a deceased alien entity on which an autopsy was performed, as reported on

UFO enthusiasts will notice many similarities between this story and the famous Roswell crash story which supposedly happened back in 1947. Official explanations cite a secret military spy balloon crash, Roswell has long been the most famous and engaging story amongst UFO enthusiasts.

In what is eerily reminiscent of a certain ‘Cold War’ tit-for-tat scenario, the extremely similar Russian event alleges and unknown flying craft crashed close to the former district of Sverdlovsk in 1969.

What’s interesting here is that while this is not a new story, lately its been receiving fresh media attention, moreso than it has in the past.

Check out the video below of the alleged autopsy – WARNING: while most hardcore UFO researchers claim this is most likely to be fake, it is quite graphic and not for the squeamish.



UFO skeptic James Oberg in 1998 pointed out the disclaimer at the start of the video: “What you are about to see may or may not be true.”

“And at the end,” Oberg writes, “two screens full of warning messages were even more to the point. One paragraph read: ‘The Producers disclaim and do not guarantee the accuracy or truthfulness [of] any of the documentation or materials that have been provided by any source … The materials and opinion presented on this program, including documents, film, photo, or video footage come from the sources and are not the responsibility of the Producers.’

“They couldn’t have been more explicit in their announcement that the whole series of episodes about the recovery of a crashed flying saucer in 1969 near Sverdlovsk, and a subsequent autopsy … was a made-up story with posed footage,” Oberg wrote.

However, if this is to be outed as a hoax, its interesting to note that The Voice Of Russia, who broadcasts to 109 million listeners in 160 countries, and is known as one of the top 5 broadcasters in the world. Why would they be suddenly publicizing this story?

The radio broadcaster also references a report of a shot down UFO in 1989 by the Russian Military in Prohlandnyi, and like the 1969 event, also included alien bodies.

Here is another video of the 1969 crash:



Check out the full story here at The Huffington Post, along with more tales from Russia which seemingly never hit any other countries mainstream media.