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Tunguska Siberia Explosion 1908 Possible UFO

 
Recently released CIA documents reveal that top Russian scientists came to the conclusion through radiation testing and carefully revisiting eyewitness accounts that the catastrophic Tunguska Meteor explosion in Siberia was, in fact, an exploding UFO

Sibir newspaper, 2 July 1908: Tunguska Siberia Explosion UFO Sighting Eyewitness Report:

On the morning of 17th of June, around 9:00, we observed an unusual natural occurrence. In the north Karelinski village (213 km (132 mi)) north of Kirensk] the peasants saw to the northwest, rather high above the horizon, some strangely bright (impossible to look at) bluish-white heavenly body, which for 10 minutes moved downwards. The body appeared as a "pipe", i.e., a cylinder "UFO Sighting". The sky was cloudless, only a small dark cloud was observed in the general direction of the bright body. It was hot and dry. As the body neared the ground (forest), the bright body seemed to smudge, and then turned into a giant billow of black smoke, and a loud knocking (not thunder) was heard as if large stones were falling, or artillery was fired. All buildings shook. At the same time the cloud began emitting flames of uncertain shapes. All villagers were stricken with panic and took to the streets, women cried, thinking it was the end of the world. The author of these lines was meantime in the forest about 6 versts [6.4 km] north of Kirensk and heard to the north east some kind of artillery barrage, that repeated in intervals of 15 minutes at least 10 times. In Kirensk in a few buildings in the walls facing north-east window glass shook. CIA Documents Reveal Russian Scientists Believed Tunguska Meteor Was Exploding UFO - Unknown Boundaries

CIA Documents Reveal Russian Scientists Believed Tunguska Meteor Was Exploding UFO - Unknown Boundaries

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