At around 7:55 pm on the 29th January 1986, a bright “reddish sphere” appeared in the cold winter sky over Dalnegorsk. It would move with great speed but made no sound whatsoever. Multiple residents of the small town witnessed the object seemingly flying parallel to the ground. It was a “near-perfect round shape” and apparently of a metal exterior the color of “burning stainless steel”. Yevgeny Serebov, a young boy at the time of the incident, would state that the object had “neither tail nor trail behind it”. The idea then that it might have been a meteor, if Serebov’s description is accurate (he is now an accomplished scientist), is unlikely. This, incidentally, was confirmed by Soviet scientists who would arrive in the area in the aftermath of the incident.  Suddenly, the strange aerial craft began to stutter and “jerk” slightly. It would then “fall down like a rock”, eventually crashing into the Izvestkovaya Mountain, otherwise referred to as Height 611 (in reference to its size). Most of the witnesses would describe the sound of the impact as a “muted thump” before the ruins would burn intensely for around an hour (some estimates suggest the duration to be shorter). What most did agree on, however, was the fire was of an electrical nature.  The editor of the local ‘Trudovoye Slovo’ newspaper, “V. Korotko” would state that after a short but powerful explosion he could see “large reddish-white flames”. He would state that the fire, although powerful, would only burn for several minutes. It is perhaps worth noting that some witnesses would report that the actual ground around the object began to burn. This might be the reason for the discrepancy in how long “the object” burned and how long the flames themselves were visible.

Investigation And The Recovery Of Strange Fragments And Materials

Dr. Valeri Dvuzhilni, who was the head of the Far Eastern Committee for Anomalous Phenomena, was the first to lead an investigation into the incident during the opening days of February. However, before he arrived, a small group of locals, a mixture of children and adults, had ventured out to the site for themselves. They would discover a burnt-out tree stump and several indentions in the ground, presumably where the sphere had impacted. They didn’t find any large pieces of debris as they were expecting. Like they would, for example, if it was a conventional plane crash. However, they would discover, and collect, several rock fragments with a strange metallic tint.  They would pass their findings along to Dvuzhilni who would immediately think to himself how these samples  had  the  appearance  of  “soft metal”.  He  would  perform  brief examinations of them, subjecting them to a variety of acids. None would have any affect.  When he arrived at the site for himself, he would find that the entire ground and surrounding vegetation was entirely burned away. What’s more, this burnt land was so definitely defined, that it appeared to be a different part of land entirely. The snow surrounding the scorched section was still thick and in place, for example.  Careful investigation of the ruined land would uncover around thirty strange “droplets” of a dark color and unknown origin. Most of these were less than two millimeters, however several were as large as five millimeters. When analyzed they were found to contain compounds of nickel, chromium, and aluminum. Furthermore, only a diamond blade-saw could penetrate their exterior. They would further discover that the metals were amorphous. This would suggest their origin was likely a “laboratory setting” and not naturally occurring.

Futuristic Inner Treads And Structures Of Intelligent Design?

Upon further and more detailed study, the droplets would reveal some outstanding, almost futuristic properties. For example, tiny threads were found to be made of “inner fibers” which had a plait-like appearance. Furthermore, intertwined within these already complex fibers were thin gold wires. Further still, the overall gold content would boast over 1000 grams per ton. When we consider that our own industrial use of gold requires only four grams per ton, it is easy to understand just how futuristic and strong this material is. Around these super-gold lines were also quartz-crystal “cords”.  Even stranger, and perhaps in a similar way to some of the bizarre theories scientists are working with today that suggest reality doesn’t actually exist unless we view it, when investigators would straighten these lines out to view their structure further, they would “jump” from view and disappear. Not only that, but once straightened out like this, they could no longer be found.  Alexey Kulikov, a carbon expert at the Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, would state that some of these strange samples appeared to be “glass carbon”. However, how they came into being would be impossible to say. Their structures did, though, suggest a very purposeful design, which would require “super high temperatures” for their creation. In short, they would appear to be of intelligent creation.  NOTE: The above image is real but from another orb sighting in England.