23 Russian soldiers lost their life during a UFO attack in Siberia. The CIA declassified report describes this event as a “horrific picture of revenge on the part of extraterrestrial creatures, a picture that makes one’s blood freeze”.
The frightful information was one of the many published online by the CIA. Chiefly, it involves a horrible event about a UFO alien attack which turned into stone 23 Russian soliders.
This infamous report, created on March 27, 1993, is a translation of a report from the Ukrainian newspaper Ternopil vechirniy.
Namely, this newspaper claims that after Mikhail Gorbachev lost his leadership, many KGB files ended up in CIA.
Among them, allegedly there was a 250-page portfolio on the strange UFO attack. The report included pictures and witness statements as well.
The declassified CIA report which indeed contains shocking claims.
The report explains how a low flying saucer rose up a military unit in Siberia. One of the russian soldiers fired a missile in the air, which shut it down.
It said: “Five short humanoids with large heads and large black eyes got out.”
There were two other soldiers, among the other 23, who survived the incident. They described that after the UFO got down, five eerie creatures blended into a huge glowing ball that buzzed and fizzed.
Following this, there was a huge explosion which petrified 23 russian soldiers who were curiously observing the shocking event.
The report said: “The KGB report goes on to say that the remains of the ‘petrified soldiers’ were transferred to a secret research institution near Moscow.”
Experts strongly believe that an unknown source turned the whole living structure of the soldiers into stone.
A CIA representative stated: “If the KGB file corresponds to reality, this is an extremely menacing case.”
However, we have to admit one thing. If this is true,than extraterrestrials own technology that goes beyond our imagination.
And while there are certainly many doubts regarding the report, one of the biggest enigmas is why the CIA held a translation of the Ukrainian newspaper report.