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Tunguska - The Russian Roswell

In Russia, the modern flying saucer era began in 1908, as villagers from a sparsely populated area of central Siberia, near the Tunguska River, witnessed a large glowing object streak across the sky and explode in midair with the force of an atomic blast equal to over 40 megatons, completely destroying miles of forest. Light from the blast was witnessed from thousands of miles away.


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Comment icon #1 Posted by SpiderCyde on 2 January, 2011, 0:38
Wow, awesome video, I guess Tunguska really was a Roswell type thing.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Esk on 2 January, 2011, 8:36
How is Tunguska like Roswell? Roswell was a balloon falling to Earth. Tunguska was a massive explosion over a wide area.
Comment icon #3 Posted by SpiderCyde on 2 January, 2011, 17:27
In the sense that both are attributed to the UFO phenomenon whether true, or untrue. One Russian, one American, cold war opposites etc. Video was really cool, i had no idea the villagers suffered radiation poisoning. At the time in 1908 we had no technology that could've caused radiation poisoning as far as I know.

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