Russian UFO Crash
The Jaw dropping video below is from a UFO crash site allegedly filmed by the Russian KGB during March of 1969 in the Sverdlovsk region of Russia.
The footage was later obtained from the Russian Black Market by filmmakers who then published the documentary, "The Secret KGB UFO Files". Did an extraterrestrial spacecraft crash land in this remote region of Russian farmland?
KGB Official Symbol
The documentary featured an extensive summary of the footage, the canisters containing the footage, and expert analysis from the likes of Stanton Friedman. One film expert noted in the documentary that the footage came in an old Soviet canister that had information labeled on it that was consistent with info written directly on the film reel. The numbers on the film's header matched the canisters they came. The header of the film had the crest of the KGB on it and the term for TOP SECRET as shown in the first few seconds of this footage and image to the right. Having real looking alien footage is one thing, but including the original film reel & canisters means you are extremely close to proving 100% authenticity.This is something that has traditionally lacked in other more popular alien videos such as the alien autopsy or the alien interview video.
Interestingly enough, an autopsy of the alleged alien pilot of this downed saucer is seen in the documentary film. It will be featured on Alien Video in Part 2 of our small investigation into this case.
Did this UFO Crash actually occur ?
AK-47 Drawn as Guard Stands by UO
In the documentary, several KGB documents are produced to prove the film is authentic along with credible testimony from a former Soviet KGB Operative who claims to know about the event. "At first everyone believed that those debris were part of some novelty aircraft manufactured in the United States or England," said Pavel Klimchenkov a former KGB Operative, "but having done some measurements & material analysis, we came to the conclusion that none of the domestic or foreign manufacturers known to us could have produced this apparatus, at least not in the conditions existing on this planet." Along with Pavel's testimony, authentic KGB Top Secret documents were obtained by the filmmakers. Allegedly costing them $10 000, the documents described in detail a crash site recovery operation of a disc shaped object and organic remains.
Based on the credible testimony, KGB documents, expert film analysis and the general 'gut feeling' one gets when watching this interesting crash site video, it is safe to assume that this film indeed may be authentic. What about the autopsy?
This footage will be posted in our second part article along with thoughts and analysis.
Actors, Training Exercises, & Skepticism
Some have put forth the argument that an American Production crew filmed the footage in March 1998. These claims are put forth on web sites claiming to know the truth about this footage. To date they have failed to show even one current photo of any of the soldiers in the film nor any statements from the actors that they were indeed only actors in this film. This should be easy to obtain if the footage was recently filmed.
Note the outer edge thickness
Another theory suggests the film was a training exercise. Yet no one has produced witnesses verifying this claim.
One skeptical viewpoint suggests that the object's thickness is far to small to support any would-be alien pilot. Highlighted in the image ( right ) is the craft's outer edge. While it is only 12 to 36 inches, it is not necessarily indicative of the overall thickness of the craft. This particular image was taken from the only part in the video sequence where the craft's edge is visible. And since the camera never goes behind, there is no way to tell how much depth the craft may have on the other side. Additionally, if you consider the side facing us may be actually be the bottom, we can easily see that this craft can easily fit the traditional "flying saucer" shape as demonstrated by the below images.
More to Come
In this documentary they claim that, since they only were able to acquire 4 canisters of film, more film footage of this incident is available. Such as the entire digging, clean up, and inside the craft investigation. To this date, almost a decade after it went public, no other videos have surfaced"