Bizarre Mysteries - Dead 'alien' found in Siberia snow - VIDEO
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INCREDIBLE footage has emerged of what a group of Russians claim to be the remains of a mangled alien. The lifeless 'body' was supposedly discovered lying in snow in the Irkutsk region of southern Siberia following reports of a UFO crash last month.
The 'extra-terrestrial' appears to have suffered horrific injuries - including the loss of one limb. Shocked villagers had told of seeing a pink and blue glowing object hurtling towards the town before the 'alien' was found
The bizarre reports were taken so seriously, they were investigated by the country's Emergencies Ministry staff.
The mystery deepened when investigators said no aircrafts were reported in the area. And search and rescue teams found no evidence of an aircraft crash.The strange clip has now been seen by nearly 900,000 people since Sunday.
But cynical YouTube viewers have claimed it is an elaborate fake.One blogger said: "This has got to be a hoax. Why do all aliens have to be naked."
It just seems too strange to be true. But in the frozen wastes of Siberia two walkers claim to have found the body of an alien.
On its side with its mouth slightly agape, the slender, badly-damage body lies half-buried in snow close to Irkutsk, Russia.
The area is a known UFO hotspot and video of the alien's corpse has become a massive worldwide hit with hundreds of thousands of followers after being posted on the internet.
The corpse of the badly-damaged creature which resembles ET is 2ft-high. Part of the right leg is missing and there are deep holes for eyes and a mouth in a skull-like head.
UFO fans believe the body could have been left behind by ET visitors after an accident, or missed by Russian military alien experts clearing up after a crash.
The area is a known UFO hotspot with dozens of sightings reported every year. It follows reports of a UFO hurtling towards Earth in the nearby Irkutsk region of Siberia one month ago.
'We couldn't believe it when we saw it. And what was spooky is that there was no sign of the spaceship. Perhaps that was taken away and the body overlooked,' said Igor Molovic, one of the pair that uploaded the video.
The clip has now been seen by nearly 700,000 people within a few days. Cynics claim the video is a fake using a carefully staged model for the alien's body.
But one fan wrote': 'It's so lame how people always get thrilled by having another excuse to shout "Fake! fake!" every time something weird shows up. Unless proven otherwise, this is in fact plausible.'
'If this is fake - then they are masters at models/puppets. I think it's real - one of the very few, great vid.,' said another.
A video of what was claimed to be a mutilated alien corpse, which scored hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube, has turned out to be fake.
The tiny “dead alien” is just skin from chicken filled with bread, reports the website 7d.org.ua. Police questioned the men who claimed to have found the “body” and they allegedly confessed to creating it themselves.
The chief editor of the local Kabansk-Info newspaper initially thought that it was the body of an infant in the video and alerted the police. Officers immediately started the investigation and identified the alleged author.
They went to his house and asked him about the infant’s body. The scared man reportedly showed a fake alien corpse. It was even painted in “alien colors”. Scolding is the only possible punishment for such a stunt as it cannot be considered a crime, the report says.
The footage was taken near the village of Kamensk in the Russian republic Buryatia, just north of Lake Baikal, the file’s description said.
It showed what appeared to be a humanoid body less than a meter high with a skeletal big-eyed head and thin naked body. One of its legs was missing.
Emotional off-screen comments said the body was found a couple of hours before and was clearly very dead.
Local media reported there were numerous reports of UFO sightings in the area in March, some of them later attributed to bombing training at a nearby military range.
The video was uploaded on YouTube on April 14. Three days later it was translated into English and its popularity skyrocketed in the following days. It beat the one million benchmark on Tuesday.
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