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UFO shot down over Russia

Russian air defenses reportedly shot down a UFO in the Rostov Oblast near the Ukrainian border on Tuesday, with local media outlets and Telegram channels sharing videos of a small object in the sky exploding.



The news was first shared by Rostov Oblast Governor Vasily Golubev on Telegram, who claimed that it was spotted above the village of Sultan Sala. You can find more on UFO's, including podcasts and shows, on UNIFYD TV by clicking here.


"I urge everyone to remain calm. To ensure security, all forces and means are involved. The sky is covered with anti-aircraft defenses," Golubev said, according to local news outlet Privet Rostov, though he didn't explain what the UFO was, other than that it was shaped like a ball.


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It is beginning to become clear what this war in Ukraine is really about. The White Hats seem to be prolonging this conflict intentionally and more unusual and weird things are coming to the surface every week.


The truth is out there: Prior alleged alien activity in Russia.


This isn't the first time there were alleged signs of otherworldly activity in Russia's Rostov Oblast. Back in 2007, some fishermen along the Sea of Azov managed to catch a strange, seemingly unidentified 200lbs life form after a strong storm. They had filmed this strange squeaking creature with a cellphone camera and assumed it was an alien of some sort. 


Another unusual addition to the story is that the mainstream media has not reported any of this activity and has tried to cover it up with different news stories.


Local news site Pivyet Rostov featured a headline that read, “a UFO in the form of a ball was shot down in the sky.” A video of a glowing object flying and then exploding in the sky was published by the Ostorozhna, Novosti (Caution, News) channel. 


Maybe extraterrestrials are intervening in the conflict...




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