It seems that all cool things—in the paranormal scene—happen in Siberia.
Russia has been hit by a UFO frenzy after people spotted a MASSIVE UFO-like light ball in the sky at night over Siberia.
People rushed to social media to post their images, videos, and comments of the sightings, with some users even claiming the end was near, and that aliens were coming.
Despite the fact that many users flooded several social networks with doomsday warnings, the end is not near, and aliens aren’t invading. At least not yet.
Vasily Zubkov posted: ‘I went out to smoke a cigarette and thought it was the end of the world.’
I bet you didn’t know rockets could make such a stunning scenery right?
The fascinating event was luckily documented by leading Siberian photographer Sergey Anisimov, who lives near the town of Salekhard, very close to the Arctic circle.
“I was taken aback for a few minutes, not understanding what was happening,’ he said. The glowing ball rose from behind the trees and moved in my direction. My first thought was about the most powerful searchlight, but the speed of changing everything around changed the idea of what was happening. The ball began to turn into an arc and gradually dissipated.”
After the massive light had disappeared from the night sky, he found local children speaking about aliens and how a portal to another dimension had opened.
But the spectacular event was not only photographed by Anisimov. More than 800 kilometers to the east photographer Alexey Yakovlev said to have felt scared as he witnessed the ‘UFO spectacle’ at Strezhevoi, in Russia’s northern Tomsk region, reported The Siberian Times.
“At first I thought – it is such a radiance of such an unusual form, round in shape. But gradually the ball began to expand, it became clear that this is not some radiance and it became scary. It’s good that I was not alone…a group of people cannot hallucinate.”
Between other dimensional portals opening, secret spacecraft tests, aliens arriving, other users, like Nurgazy Taabaldiev claimed: “It’s a gap in the space-time continuum.”
Featured image by Alexey Yakovlev
(H/T The Siberian Times)