The shocking report of the bizarre deaths of 23 Russian soldiers turned to stone by aliens was found in the CIA archives among thousands of declassified files.
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In 1993, an unspecified Ukrainian newspaper wrote about an alien attack on the Russian soldiers at a military base in Siberia, citing KGB documents. The newspaper mentioned the presence of a 250-page KGB folder about this incident with photographs of the victims and pictures of the UFO itself.
The document said that after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, many KGB files ended up in the CIA. Among them, allegedly, there were 250 pages of a dossier on the UFO attack with photographs and testimonies.
The report said that an unidentified flying object resembling a saucer appeared over a military training base in Siberia and was shot down by a missile.
The report said: five humanoids of short stature with large heads and large black eyes emerged from the wreckage of the fallen vehicle. They fired a brilliant white spherical ball of light towards the Soviet military, buzzing and hissing. The strange object exploded, turning 23 soldiers to stone. Two survivors of this battle with aliens told others what had happened.
The KGB report noted that the remains of the petrified soldiers were transferred to a secret research laboratory in Moscow. According to experts, a source of energy instantly changed the structure of the soldiers’ bodies, turning them into a substance whose molecular structure resembled limestone.
The CIA added: “If the KGB file corresponds to reality, this is an extremely menacing case. The aliens possess such weapons and technology that go beyond all our assumptions.”
The reason why the CIA kept the translation of this incident in its documents is unknown.