That cold January day an orange-reddish sphere flew over this town from the southeast, crossed part of Dalnegorsk, and crashed at the Izvestkovaya (Lime) Mountain; also known as Height or Hill 611, because of its size. The object flew noiselessly and parallel to the ground. Its shape was described of being near perfectly round with no projections, wings or windows and its color was similar to that of burnished stainless steel.
V. Kandakov, an eyewitness, recalled that the speed of alleged UFO was close to 15 meters per hour. The object ascended and descended slowly and its glow heated up each time it rose. On reaching Hill 611, the object jerked and fell like a rock. Other witnesses reported about bumps and jumps and also a weak thump. The object burned at the cliff’s edge for almost an hour.
Descriptions of the descent to Hill 611 differ from witness to witness. Some stated the object clearly crashed, fell in an uncontrolled manner, crashing into Hill 611 in a flash of light (possible explosion). Others claimed it varied in altitude above the hill, giving off light of different intensities as it gained and lost altitude (like pilot trying to regain control of ship) prior to the crash.
About 3 days after the crash a group of scientists led by Valery Dvuzhilni, Head of the Far Eastern Committee for Anomalous Phenomena, found the the probable crash site on Hill 611. It was reported to be approximately 3m square and reports indicate the ground within the site had been charred due to exposure to very high temperatures. The rocks at the impact site were covered with a black film and remains of a burned tree were found within the landing ground.
Analyses of Recovered Objects
Various evidence of “alien remains/activity” were reported to be found. Surrounding rocks had deposits of a “silver metal” which was determined to be common lead. There are also reports (unconfirmed) of other materials being recovered including an “alien mesh” (possible part of the crashed UFO’s construction) containing high levels of gold and other rare terrestrial elements.
Dvuzhilni claimed he received a report from the IZMIRAN Institute of Earth magnetism, ionosphere and radiowaves propagation (the Leningrad branch). This institute was involved in the secret Soviet UFO research program from 1978 to 1991 (SETKA AN). They conducted analyses of lead balls from Height 611. The conclusions arrived to by scientists were as follows: the balls were made on Earth, but the lead was not from Dalnegorsk deposit, but from the Kholodnensky deposit, in the North Baikal region. Source: Visota 611: zagadki ostayuts, article by A. Lyakhov, published by Sostialisticheskaya industriya, issue dated July 9, 1989; Inopanetyane dobivayut nash svinets, article by N. Ostrovskaya, published in Komsomolskaya Pravda, issue dated June 9, 2003.
Dvuzhilni was certain that the alien probe that crashed on Height 611 was capable of using metals from Earth deposits for its repair needs.
More anomalies in the area
Furthermore numerous anomalies were reposted in the area of Hill 611: according to an article in the Soviet digest Tainy XX Veka (Moscow, 1990, CP Vsya Moskva Publishing House). Even photos taken at the site, when developed, failed to show the hill, but did clearly show other locations. Members of an expedition to the site reported later that their flashlights stopped working at the same time. They checked the flashlights upon returning home, and discovered burned wires.
Eight days after the UFO crash at Hill 611, on February 8, 1986, at 8:30 p.m., two more yellowish spheres flew from the north, in the southward direction. Reaching the site of the crash, they circled it four times, then turned back to the north and flew away. Then on November 28, 1987 (Saturday night, 11:24 p.m.), 32 flying objects had appeared from nowhere. There were hundreds of witnesses, including the military and civilians.
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