Spectacular UFO Sighting Shocks Residents Of A Chinese Village
Even those living in the most remote rural, technology free areas are not immune to close encounters of a third kind. No matter how isolated, small working communities around the world experience their share of amazing and inexplicable events.
One such event occurred last Friday, on the far reaches of China’s countryside. A small, sleepy village in the province of Heilongjiang was in for a rude awakening early in the morning as it was alarmed by the uncanny and most unusual sight (and most horrible sound of skies being ripped) – several unidentified object soaring over the horizon! To add to a bit of drama, one of them actually fell to the ground, leading to all kinds of speculations and rumors.
The awestruck village residents reported that they felt a full-width range of emotions, from panic and fear to curiosity and skepticism. Even some of them found it hard to believe their eyes when “a big fireball” appeared in the sky prior to landing harshly in one of villager’s vegetable garden. One of them had this to say to portal Chinatopix.com:”I saw a huge ball of fire, I thought it was a meteorite. I hid inside my house and waited until the object landed.”
All the usual marks and imprints of your text-book UFOs are there: the round, metallic shape, with pointy edges and unknown hieroglyphs. At least that’s what the local investigators have reported and China News announced on their primetime bulletin.
The mystery of the fallen object will go on, at least until the debris returns from clinical examination performed by the group of Chinese scientists who will test the object for chemical content and mechanical anomalies. In the meantime, speculations mount on the subject (measured to be two and a half feet wide) of what it could actually be. At first, many thought this to be a meteorite, but after the object has landed on ground, it became obvious that it was man-made. Or alien-made, for that matter.
The most plausible explanation given thus far comes from Ecns.cn. The website claims that Russia’s rocket carrying a communications satellite experienced an engine malfunction whilst flying over China’s sky. This caused a rocket to burn in Earth’s atmosphere and although Russian authorities say that the rocket completely disintegrated, it is very possible that some parts of it survived enough to escape the fiery demise and fall back to Earth.
In any case, further investigation will provide definite answers on the question of what really happened that Friday morning over the small Chinese village.