A series of shocking “alien” photos has gone viral over the internet, after an old woman from a western Russian city claimed she had stored an extraterrestrial guest in her own fridge.
The pictures were published by a Petrozavodsk tabloid, to which an alien-friendly local, Marfa Egorovna, came in person to share her outer-space experience.
The woman told journalists that she and her husband found the corpse next to their country house.
“We heard some loud noise and ran outside,” Marfa Egorovna said. “Then we saw an alien was lying near the pile of crumpled metal. He was 40-50 centimeters tall, had a big head with big eyes and a large mouth. He was wearing a sort of jump suit. His body was steaming. We thought he could be a UFO pilot.”
Eager to help the extraterrestrial guest, the old couple grabbed the body, put it into their car and took it to their city apartment.
“We wanted to put him in the fridge – he was very hot,” Marfa Egorovna recalled. “He was lying there quiet, not asking for food or anything. We thought he was OK. We didn’t understand he was dead. Who knows what those space creatures are like when they are alive?”
The old woman said that the alien’s body was stored in her fridge for over two years, until some people – saying they were scientists from a local academy – took it away. Luckily, Marfa Egorovna managed to take photos of the mysterious creature which the nosy journalists immediately published.
The story made a big fuss all over the local and foreign mass media. British journalists ironically remark that Marfa Egorovna’s photos are the third UFO case in recent months reported by Russian media.
In April 2011, the internet community kept re-posting a curious Russian-made video that portrayed a “mutilated alien corpse”. Later it turned out that “the alien” was nothing but a good fake, actually made of skin from chicken filled with bread. Police questioned the men who claimed to have found the “body” and they allegedly confessed to creating it themselves.
In August 2011, eyewitnesses from the Siberian city of Irkutsk published a video showing five “aliens” at once.
At the same time, scientists confess that Russia could indeed be attracting extraterrestrial activity.
“This could be an elaborate hoax, however the possibility that this might be a genuine alien should not be discounted,” paranormal writer and expert Michael Cohen was quoted by The Daily Mail as saying. “Russia is a hotbed of UFO activity and possible alien craft have been tracked by both military and civilian agencies.”
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