Monday, April 10, 2006

Aleshenka the Alien

“Research of the clothes alien Aleshenka (found in the Ural region) was wrapped in, revealed that this creature has nothing in common with human beings, it is an alien”, Moscow expert on UFOs Vadim Chernobrov said in interview to Chelyabinsk media. Feel like you just walked into the middle of a story? I do and mamybe we have because what we are going to cover today began back in 1996. Read on…

This sensation goes back to 1996 to the village of Kaolinovy near the provincial town of Kyshtym in the Chelyabinsk region of the former Soviet Union.

On August 13, 1996 pensioner Tamara Vasilievna Prosvirina went to the village cemetery. The old woman suffered from psychiatric disease, and her perception of the surrounding world was weird. She used to gather flowers from the graves and decorated her room with these flowers almost every day. In the evening the woman had supper and went to bed. Suddenly strange “voices” spoke to her inside her head. The voice requested Tamara Vasilievna to go to the cemetery again. She dressed, took her flashlight and went out.

Huge eyes were staring at her out of the closest grave mound. The old woman approached the grave and saw a strange creature about 25 centimeters {just over 1 foot} in height. This was not a human being.

Its tiny onion-shaped head looked like it was composed of five petals. The little creature had no ears, huge slanting catlike eyes that occupied the biggest part of its face. The creature could not talk, but it started whistling quietly to attract the lady’s attention.

The poorly clad old woman took the creature to her place. At home she started examining the alien. The body of Aleshenka (the diminutive name she gave to the creature) was plump and was swaying like jelly. The skin on the body was gray with dark spots in brown on the head. No hair, small holes instead of ears. A Small flat nose enabled the creature to breath.

The most striking feature of the alien were the dark-gray eyes with no eye-lids. The vertical pupils of the eyes were constantly narrowing and expanding, as if the creature were constantly looking at different things and its eyes were always changing focus. It possessed long fingers had small sharp claws. No genitals revealing creature’s sex were evident. The creature had no navel.

The woman could not figure out how to feed Aleshenka. Its mouth resembled a tiny hole and had no lips, but it could stretch itself widely. The alien had a complete set of teeth, but a too small lower jaw and a huge scarlet tongue which occupied almost all of the mouth cavity disturbed the chewing process. Tamara Vasilievna put a caramel candy into the creature’s mouth, and the alien started sucking the candy. After that she offer Aleshenka some milk and water, which she spoon fed the creature using a small a tea-spoon.

Moist sweat appeared on the alien’s body after eating. Aleshenka began to broadcast a sweet smell which soaked into clothes and furniture. Tamara Vasilieva wiped Aleshenka with a rag from time to time. The creature was lying down and did not move most of the time. From time to time it started moving and stretching its legs.

The next day all the villagers heard of the news; the woman was telling everybody that she got a child and his name was Aleshenka. At first many people thought the child was just a product of her dementia and therefore was visible only to Tamara Vasilievna. However, one day the old woman’s daughter-in-law (also named Tamara) came to her place. After sitting and talking in the kitchen for a while, the old lady said it was time to feed her child. Her daughter-in-law followed the lady into another room and saw the weird creature wrapped in swaddling cloth.

Both the daughter-in-law and her mother saw the creature, but they did not report to the police about it. They said that if Aleshenka had been a human child, they would report to the police, but that this was different altogether. But they figured that since the creature was not a human being, it must be an animal, and there is no reason to report anywhere about it. “Let it be Tamara Vasilievna’s pet. She will take care of it, and she will have something to do”, the women decided.

However, a neighbor reported about Tamara Vasilievna to psychiatrists, and one day an ambulance came and took the woman to the psychiatric hospital. Tamara Vasilievna tried to explain that she left a child in the house, but the doctors did not take her words seriously. The lady’s relatives were not aware of her being taken to hospital, and therefore there was nobody to feed the creature. Soon it died of thirst and hunger. After the alien’s death, its body started drying out and becoming mummified.

Only one person, Vladimir Nurdinov remembered about the creature. He used to come to Tamara Vasilievna’s place, and saw Aleshenka. After hearing that the lady was taken to hospital, the man came to her apartment to take Aleshenka to his house. He was too late, Aleshenka was dead. All he found was a dry mummy lying in the bed. Nurdinov took the mummy to his place. He did not know what to do with it. Soon the police came to the man’s apartment – he was suspected of stealing power cable from a Novogorny village. The policemen decided this was the mummy of a child and took it for expert examination to determine if a crime had been committed.

The doctors claimed that the mummified creature has a minimum of 20 features distinguishing it from a human being. So the medical experts rejected the idea that Aleshenka could have been a mutant child.

After taking the body from the experts, the police investigator in his own separate and unofficial investigation, started researching the version of the story that suggested that the creature was an extraterrestrial visitor – his bosses prohibited him from “doing such nonsense work ‘officially’ that is.”

The lead investigator decided to ask the UFO experts organization called “Star Academy UFO-Contact in Zolotov Method” for assistance. The Academy was 200 kilometers away, in the town of Kamensk-Uralsky of the Sverdlovsk region.

The organizations head, Galina Semenkova, took the mummified body to conduct their own astral examination. After that the investigator was no longer able to contact her. Repeated attempts only returned that the she “was out” or “went shopping” or “went for a walk” or “is away on a trip”.

Only recently has Galina Semenkova, while speaking at s seminar on UFOs in Tokyo, revealed what had happened to Aleshenka’s remains:

According to Semenkova, when she was carrying the mummy from Kyshtym to her town, a flying saucer appeared in the sky. Her vehicle engine stopped working and suddenly Aliens from the flying saucer demanded the return of the body of their dead fellow, and being in no position to argue Galina gave them the body immediately.

The investion of the little alien continued when a Japanese TV crew phoned Tamara Vasilievna’s relatives. The Japanese had heard about the alien creature and were working on a documentary about Aleshenka. They were extremely Interested in interviewing the lady the old woman but attempts to contact the government to get permission had not been fruitful and so they called with out any permission. The family of Tamara Vasilievna passed on word that just several days before tragedy struck. It was late at night on August 5, 1999 and Tamara Vasilievna somehow showed up on the highway. The poor old psychiatric hospital patient was absolutely naked, the only garment the woman was wearing were her green socks. Eye-witnesses say it looked like the woman was reacting to somebody calling to her. People wanted to take the woman off the highway, but were too late; two vehicles ran into her, she was thrown over 40 feet in the air and fell back onto the road where the impact must have caused her instant death.

In 1997 the announcement was posted on the Internet for the sale of the mummified remains of an extraterrestrial visitor found in Russia. One must ask, What is this? Is somebody selling a fake mummy of the well-known alien? Or perhaps it is the real remains being sold, if Galina Semenkova was lying in her account of what had happened and no aliens took the mummy back to their planet? Or perhaps both the statements are correct. Perhaps there are those out there trying to make a fast buck by selling Fake mummies and perhaps Galina Semenkova was lying in her statements (there is evidence to that effect). If she was lying it may just be that the mummy is under research in some Russian special services laboratory, or just destroyed because of careless treatment. Aleshenka’s remains may also be in the collection of some wealthy western UFO collector.

Aleshenka’s story is not over yet, many Japanese decided to sponsor erecting a monument to the alien. Ordinary Japanese donated tons of Yen for the monument after viewing the documentary “Traces of alien Aleshenka” which was produced by the Asahi TV company and aired on Japanese television. Boy this whole story is weird from beginning to end!! My biggest question is what happened to the clothes mentioned in the beginning of this report and has there been any further study of them?

I’m Average Joe

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