Tunguska: The Russian Roswell

Release Date: 18 January 2010 | Certificate: Exempt
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For decades the United States and Russia were considered the world’s two major superpowers. In the U.S., the modern flying saucer era began in the desert of Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, but for the former USSR, the modern flying saucer era began in 1908. Villagers from a sparsely populated area of central Siberia, near the Tunguska River, witnessed a large glowing object streak across the sky and explode in midair with the force of an atomic blast equal to over 40 megatons, completely destroying miles of forest. Ninety years later, ongoing investigations have failed to yield a conclusive scientific consciousness or explanation. Secrecy since the days of Stalin have shrouded and confused the event… until now. Hear from one of the last living eyewitnesses of this event as well as the experts, including a former KGB officer who describes the cover-up surrounding this event, and how metallic evidence of an extraterrestrial spacecraft gathered by the soviet military from the site subsequently disappeared. Don’t miss this revealing account of the events at Tunguska and decide for yourself the cause of the "Russian Roswell". Chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Eyewitness 3. July 1947 4. Asteroid Explanation 5. Mini Black Hole 6. Nuclear Engines 7. Dr Don Yeomans 8. Dr Paul Chodas Running Time: 51 minutes
Release Date: 18 January 2010
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

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