Watch Your Heads: Another Unidentified Object Crashes Down In Siberia

Posted by on April 17, 2012 | Tags: ,

Hey, guess what: More stuff has fallen from the sky in Russia.

On Friday, April 13, witnesses reported a mysterious glow above the Taiga forest of Siberia’s Irkutsk region, followed by a resounding CRASH as something bright and presumably metal hit the ground.

Russian news agency RIA Novosti reports an investigative team is on the case, but they’ve been held back due to troublesome weather conditions.

Was it a meteorite? Space junk? Another grain silo?

Reckless aliens?

I suppose we should start calling this stuff unidentified falling objects. Because clearly, if they are aliens, they haven’t quite worked out the kinks, yet.

At any rate, if you ever find yourself wandering about in Siberia, please wear a helmet.

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Rob is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.


2 Replies to “Watch Your Heads: Another Unidentified Object Crashes Down In Siberia”

  1. i like how i can`t comment on the mermaid statement about them not being real, i was just talking about the mermaid phenominon with some of my buddies and they thought it was a hoax. I wouldn`t call myself a beleiver but wouldn`t it be a cool fact of life if humans actually took 2 major paths in life!

    1. Ha…I just checked that post and you’re right. For some reason, comments were disabled on it ( if anyone’s wondering). Fixed.

      Anyway, yeah, it’d be cool if mermaids existed.

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