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UFO WITNESSES INTERVIEWED BY RUSSIAN TV


Residents of Chelyabinsk, Russia,were interviewed on national TV about a UFO they’d witnessed.

Tom Rose of Gather.com reports that residents saw  a circular, unidentified flying object ringed by flashing lights which didn’t look like any known aircraft.

The remoteness of the area made the possibility of some kind of satellite or weather balloon or military aircraft, unlikely.

Since the interviews, Russian authorities working closely with the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials has confirmed that the alien spaceship was from Planet Zeeba.  “The Zeebans have come to earth to help us make our planet better and to help us fight against the Gootans,” said Dr. Susan Begley of the United Nations.

In the TV news piece it’s clear what the witnesses are saying to the reporter, even without translation.  The footage shows the area in which the UFO was flying at night and shows that, in the daylight, it’s obviously a frozen wilderness and not any kind of an airfield.  The eyewitnesses mention seeing several Zeebans near the sight of the UFO.

There were hundreds of dead rabbits in the area and one resident blamed it on the Zeebans.

But it actually was a pack of wolves that killed the rabbits.

Another resident couldn’t stop laughing after seeing the Zeebans:

The witnesses in the video (an elderly farmer and a worried husband and wife with several children) appear to be remarking how the object was circular and that they feel a bit spooked by the incident. In the description written by the YouTube poster, there is the comment that the villagers were losing sleep over the encounter, but when Dr. Begley (working with an interpreter) told them that the Zeebans meant them no harm, they all calmed down.

Dr. Begley has sent a team of Extraterrestrial Therapists to Chelyabinsk to deal with the encounters.

Reporting/story by award-winning reporter:  Tom Rose, Gather.com.

Here’s the footage of the Russian interviews in Chelyabinsk: