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Leaked Russian Alien Video

Updated on April 12, 2012

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"From the first contact in 1942, a series of diplomatic visits to discuss matters of mutual concern were planned.

Under the treaty 23/04, these meetings would take place in secrecy, a limited number of special agents would escort visitors and they would only meet high ranking officers.

According to the document 072 / E, at the meeting of 1961 there was an incident involving 3 subjects due to the violation of the agreement by the officers at the military base when they discovered that their arrival was been filmed with a hidden device without their consent.

Under the treaty 23/04, the meetings would be confidential and filming or taking photographs would not be allowed.

After the incident, the treaty was revised. ..."

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Filtrate for declassification and dissemination through the internet and media.

7 video tapes with material recorded between 1942 - 1969

Material containing UFO incidents. recovery and study of extraterrestrial life forms.

Truly Bizarre Video Footage

A stream of videos on youtube surfaced (or claimed to have been leaked from wikileaks) by a poster known only as Ivan0135; the videos are of an alien creature that is said to have originated from Russia before the Roswell crash (circa 1947) in 1942 and on into the late 60's.

The alien dubbed Skinny Bob by internet youtube comments has created a stir since its release in 2011. The video was even the subject of an investigation by science fiction channels Fact or Faked where they claim to have debunked the video as a fraud.

What is interesting about these videos is the fluid motion and natural look of them. Although in today's age of computer animation and computer realism it is sometimes difficult to tell if the videos are a cleaver hoax or the real deal.

So until there is celluloid film ready to be analyzed by video experts it is hard to tell if what we are seeing is an actual alien being and its craft or a very well done hoax. I will say this, if it is a hoax then it is a damned good one. I am on the fence until other information surfaces about these videos.

Let me just digress for a moment, let us just think for a moment...

Why would someone want to go through the time and effort of making something like this even if it is computer animated? I happen to have had schooling in computer animation in both 3DSMax and Maya and I can tell you, though it is much easier than your frame by frame tweening and movements it is still very time consuming to create the concept and then add all the necessary paths, maps, light sources, objects, shadow, effects, textures... it takes time is what I am saying.

I for one knowing this would not take that much time and effort even if I was trying to fool people into believing it is real. Now does that mean someone didn't? No, it means that I think I'm an average guy and that being so most guys I know wouldn't. You make up your own mind on this one. Thanks for reading.

Below is a stream of videos all put together, they were posted by Ivan0135

Grey Alien Filmed By KGB - All From Ivan0135


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      Sean Jankowski 

      6 years ago from Southern Oregon

      LisaKoski, It is interesting, with no way to interview the poster or gain access to the original footage it is impossible to know if its real. But hey that is what makes is fun to write about. The big "really?" factor.

      Austinstar, I agree they need to run it through analysis for sure.

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      6 years ago from Somewhere near the center of Texas

      I can't tell if the video is real or not. It is certainly odd. Why don't they digitize it and bring up the brightness and contrast and fix the errors? That would be helpful.

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      6 years ago from WA

      Very interesting topic. I'd never heard of these youtube videos before but I don't follow a lot of information on this topic. It's always intriguing to come across something like this that you really aren't sure what to make of.

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      Sean Jankowski 

      6 years ago from Southern Oregon

      Indeed, sheesh wish I'd of seen that! lol

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      Alastar Packer 

      6 years ago from North Carolina

      Ah thanks plenty CF. Now its seen where your coming from. The only thing that had me cautious was the supposed confession on Monster Quest with how he faked everything. I haven't seen the episode. The beginning of the attack looked real here and I don't see how any person could possibly move like that. Your right, could have been a bear and then all the other stuff added on. Still, there was something strange about the creature or whatever it was. Guess we both need to get a look see at the MQ program. As far as the Leaked Russian Alien you have here, if it's not real, then like you say it's an extremely good hoax. I'd bet a week's pay it's at least in some fashion legit though.

    • Cow Flipper profile imageAUTHOR

      Sean Jankowski 

      6 years ago from Southern Oregon

      Alastar I honestly believe the Gable Film is a bear. I think the way the animal charged the camera, the canines in the last few frames all point to a bear.

      I also think it may be a clever hoax using a bear to create the illusion of a werewolf like creature also called the Michigan Dogman and some good splicing techniques from a person in a gorilla costume and then the splice goes to the bear charging the camera, another trade I was in as a projectionist in the 90's. :)

      Can we say it is a hoax for sure... obviously no, it may be a totally legit video taken back in the 70s and then again it can be a total bust. Again if it is a hoax though it is also a damned good one. To try to fake videos like this takes expertise, money, and time... things much of us have little time for. Not to mention there has never been anyone out there selling these videos to media sources to make a buck off them. So there is a lack of motive there.

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      Alastar Packer 

      6 years ago from North Carolina

      Very intriguing CF, thanks for posting this. You can never tell for sure nowadays, but the pros appear to outweigh the cons abit in this one. In any case since your a computer animation guy so what are your thoughts on the Michigan werewolf vid you wanted me to put a link to?


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