March 1, 2011 air-traffic controllers in Siberia, claim to have picked up a UFO on radar traveling at 6000 mph at a height of 65,000ft.
When they supposedly spoke with the crew of the craft they heard bizarre cat noises being uttered to them.
And then April of the same year, one month later, two students claimed they found an alien, dead in the snow in that area.
The video went viral, and the “alien” was examined to be made of bread crumbs and chicken skin. Left overs essentially . The giveaway for me was the chicken wing for the leg, but still not bad looking.
Between the wall Russia puts up on giving any information to other countries and the remote and harsh environment Siberia offers, it’s the perfect place to “film” all things high strangeness from yetis to chicken aliens, let’s face it, not many people are packing up to go determine the validity of these claims.
This area has a long history of ufo sightings and to be honest if I was an alien wanting to land and probe earth for a bit I’d land there too. But Russia also knows you don’t won’t to go there, they are counting on it, so you know it has to be the host area of many weapons tests (or worse) that could be seen or explained as UFOs…