Siberia Alien

April 20, 2011 by staff 

Siberia Alien, On the heels of the release of previously classified documents from FBI advised crashing flying saucers in New Mexico and bodies recovered, a Siberian man has admitted carrying out a hoax. Russian man released a video on YouTube that showed he and a friend in the snow of Siberia, “recovering” a foreign body and suggesting a government cover up.

The video appeared on YouTube yesterday and was so believable that even Fox News reported on the video and nearly 1.5 million people had viewed the video in two days. While the media rushed to report the story, comments from YouTube does not seem to fully believe the stories.

Apparently, skeptics may actually be victorious in this case, as the man behind the video in Siberia, has admitted that it was a joke. The police came to his house to another question him, after many discrepancies began to appear on his video – and not reported in the sky or no evidence of a plane crash. The “stranger” was made of bread and chicken and painted to give shadows and dimension.

The man will not face punishment stronger than a good conversation, and he has not committed a real crime.

In the past month, the fever over “foreigners” and “UFO” has been strong with the release of FBI memos from the fateful night in Roswell, New Mexico, detailing the “flying discs” bodies contained within. I’d say it’s a safe bet to expect more and joke videos and stories start to break. Although the power of online media is growing and becoming a legitimate part of our way to get our daily news – this is a lesson for us all. Cannot believe everything you read on the Internet.

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