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‘Siberian Alien’ Hoax: Chicken And Bread

Submitted by on April 25, 2011 – 9:26 AM17 Comments | 4,108 views

When I first posted the video of the supposed “Alien body” I had already made up my mind that this was all just a hoax. No second viewing of the video, no emails contacting the people who found the alien body. Non of that was needed to convince me. Let me just tell you that this is not my modus operandi. I usually do a little bit of investigating before coming to any conclusion, but the fact that I’ve examined so many of these types of videos throughout the years, I was confident this was just another clever hoax. A hoax that made it big in most sites that report on such high strangeness.

CoastToCoastam.com posted it on their main page and linked GT, causing our servers to buckle under the heavy load of traffic. Yes, the video was that popular. So popular in fact, that within a few days of me reporting it, it almost made it to GT‘s top 7 viewed articles of all time. Just about 1,500 views short.

The onslaught of fresh new readers coming to GT also brought in those who were not familiar with GT‘s operation. Those were the people who did not really read the article, but proceeded to judge and voice their opinion by just watching the video and skipping my writing. They left nasty comments belittling GhostTheory and the loyal readers in such ways that they called us ignorant and gullible. Then there were those who saw the video and automatically decided that what was recorded, was the real thing. A real alien body. No one, not even the most logical explanation could convince them other wise.

In all, we must know that this was in fact a hoax. There has never been a ‘smoking gun’ video evidence of any UFO or alien being. At least not one that was considered convincing enough for mainstream science.

The DailyMail has reported on this case and found out who the people behind the video were. A couple of kids in Siberia who were armed with a video camera, some bread and chicken skin and a hell of a lot of time on their hands.

Full source: Daily Mail UK

We said it was too good to be true and, sadly, it was.
The students behind the discovery of an alien’s body at a UFO ‘crash site’ have admitted that it was a ‘crummy’ hoax made out of stale bread.
Friends Timur Hilall, 18, and Kirill Vlasov, 19, shot the video that showed the alien’s mangled remains frozen in snow in Irkutsk, Siberia.
The pair were questioned by police over their ‘extraterrestrial discovery’ but admitted to their stunt.
But not before their creation became an internet sensation, drawing almost 700,000 hits on YouTube.
Their find was deemed serious enough for the Kremlin to get involved and a spokesman from the Russian interior ministry confirmed the hoax.

‘We found the alien in one of the student’s homes,’ he said.
‘It was lying under his bed and an examination of it revealed it had been made of bread crumbs which were covered in chicken skin.’

Prosecutors are now considering whether or not the pair have committed any crimes.
Sergei Zvedzin, a police spokesman, said: ‘What are we going to do with them? We have not yet decided.

‘We will be looking to see if a crime has been committed in connection with the use of animal skin. If they have committed an offence they will have to pay for it.’
Their bogus claims appeared after locals reported seeing an alien spaceship crash in the area last month.
Local UFO expert, Alex Komanov, from the Russion UFO Research Centre, dismissed the find saying: ‘The body is interesting. The texture is similar to a real bological entity.

‘However, the creature has no clothes and I am sure that intelligent beings would be dressed in something like a space suit or coveralls.’

However, conspiracy theorists have already started accusing the government of a cover up. One said: ‘We know what we saw. Powerful people in the military just don’t want us to see this.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1379214/Dead-alien-stale-bread-How-frozen-Siberian-alien-BROWN-BREAD.html#ixzz1KYZaTDoo

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I'm a writer, a runner, and a hell of a coffee drinker residing in Los Angeles. I'm currently working on a book about Doris Bither and her terrifying account of a haunting in Culver City, California. The case was dubbed "The Entity" and it stands to be one of the most controversial cases ever to be studied by parapsychologists.

  • Peachey

    HAHAHAAAAA! @nobbles, thanks for that……

  • http://www.vania1917.com jimmyDanton

    >… people who did not really read the article, but proceeded to judge and voice their opinion by just watching the video and skipping my writing.

    I must say, your own modus operandi doesn’t look any better here, the ‘skeptical approach to the unexplained’ being applied in a strict uni-directional way. Do you unconditionaly believe everything the media prints ?

    >The DailyMail has reported on this case and found out who the people behind the video …

    The DailyMail did not ‘found’ them. It merely reproduced the article published on LifeNews (Moscow) six days earlier.

    And ome of the info contained in that article had already been demonstrated false by the time DailyMail republished it.
    The two teenagers presented, Vlasov & Hilal, did not make the video (they don’t even look like the man seen in the beginning). The real video-makers were shown on a russian TV network a few days later but the police never had to explain their false statement.

    We need to do a better job of looking closely at each case instead of rushing from one video to the another.

    A prank is the overwhelmingly likely conclusion here, given the radical nature of the alternative, but it is curious to find that there are other contradictions and lies in the story as it unfolded in the russian media over nine days.
    I have compiled it at http://www.vania1917.com/