So, on 4-18-11 this youtube video hit the web along with a few pics of an “alien” found dead in the snow in Russia.
I did find this interesting post in a thread about the video though. This is the essence of Mind Cemetery. Sure this is a fake and a hoax but, check out the story this guy has about the pic/video. It’s like I always say as long as you have a great story… I’m listening. If anyone knows this poster please let us know cause I got to talk to this guy on the air sometime.
Danny Phu Cee says:
There is far more to this story that has yet to be revealed. Many years ago I contributed to a very confidential effort orchestrated by the Soviet Academy of Sciences code named project “Plush Fox”. Now in the twilight of my life, I am compelled to break my 35 years of silence and share some (but not all) of the details surrounding this incident. There is very little they can do to me at this point as death would be a welcome relief from the chronic pain I have endured for decades.
The story begins in 1910 when the Czar was given a report on the 1908 mega blast incident in Siberia. I am told there was only one copy which the Czar burned after reading. This document is said to describe in extreme detail the apparently uncontrolled landing of a machine from another world. The crew consisted of a “Leader” entity that seems to fit the description of the common “grey” alien. In addition, there were several other entities described as “Blues” which were dressed in rough burlap type fabric overalls and were primary occupied with various pieces of equipment, such as mining drill bits and heavy duty duct routers. The text of the report describes the relationship between the two types of aliens as being in the nature of “Boss and Slave”.
Communications with the aliens proved to be nearly impossible. Eventually, the Leader was identified as “Nagy”. Better results were made in communicating through alien symbols – translated from the Russian as “Lucky Cryptograms”. A very unusual term, perhaps not translated properly? There was one key “cryptogram” in particular that was evidently of great importance as Nagy repeatedly pointed to it in a agitated and urgent manner. An English rendering would be something like “miellwaaukheebruworse”. Despite its obvious importance, this cryptogram defied all attempts to be understood. Nagy is reported to have become extremely despondent and the Blues began to adopt a hostile manner accompanied by grumbling sounds.
Following several years of intensive study and interrogation, much was learned by the Imperial Security Services. The machine and alien crew were eventually moved to Alapaevsk under tight security. Outside access was very limited, other than Grand Duke Nikolas Mikhailovich (Bimbo), no outsiders to the project are known to have ever visited the secret facility in Alapaevsk. During this period, Nagy was reported to have developed a serious drinking problem. What started as friendly gesture by a guard offering a jigger of Vodka rapidly escalated into an alcoholic obsession by Nagy in which ever greater amounts of strong liquor were demanded. Physicians became alarmed and tried to wean Nagy from his addiction without success. The problem was somewhat mitigated by introducing cigars to Nagy which he enjoyed with relish, especially in combination with strong drink. Having exhausted all efforts at further communication, Nagy was gradually left to himself and he would sit for hours on end on the concrete floor of the storage facility at Alapaevsk, drinking and smoking cigars while endlessly tapping a screwdriver like device on the floor.
Concurrent with the fall of the Romanovs, the facility at Alapaevsk was neglected and abandoned as revolutionary forces advanced. A few days before the facility was overrun, the remaining staff and guards were evacuated. Some, with sensitive knowledge of the facility and occupants, were executed. Those remaining were tasked with the removal and transport of the aliens. The question is were to?
Nothing is heard about Nagy until the mid 1970′s when documents surfaced that described a hideous breeding experiment involving Nagy and a young woman known only by the cover name “Patty Smith”. This experiment culminated in the birth of a alien/human hybrid code name “Ring Master”. Further couplings by Nagy and “Patty” produced additional hybrids – “The Pirate” and “Ely Hopper”. the fate of these exotic creatures is unknown, but it is intriguing to know that certain Russian circus freaks occasionally surface with physical characteristics matching the hybrids. Who knows?
It is at this point that the fate of Nagy, the blues, and the hybrids becomes unclear. The trail becomes confused and eventually lost. The only clue is a unconfirmed reported sighting of Nagy at a simian research facility.
Is this then, in fact, a video of Nagy? I believe so. The key to a positive identification is a clear close up photo of the genital area. There are certain undisclosed characteristics of the alien genitals that would provide for conclusive identification. What are these genital characteristics you ask? Sorry, that would be telling – produce a photo and I will tell you if it is Nagy or not.
D. P. Cee