Russia Detonated its Biggest Nuclear Bomb to Kill an Invincible Alien (Video)
A mystery that even the most seasoned UFO historians are unaware of is of when the Tsar Bomba was detonated at 11:32 Moscow Time on October 30th, 1961, directly above the startled alien.
The Tsar bomba, the Western nickname for the Soviet RDS-220 hydrogen bomb (code name Ivan or Vanya), is the most powerful nuclear weapon ever created.
Its test on 30 October 1961 remains the most powerful explosive ever detonated.
What most people don’t know is the Tsar bomba was tested in a top-secret region known as the Mityushikha Bay nuclear testing range, located north of the Arctic Circle on the Novaya Zemlya archipelago.
As is now fairly common knowledge, at the United States Air Force facility known as Area 51, the Americans tested atomic bombs, experimental aircraft and weapons systems.
Much less understood though, is that the Russians similarly tested nuclear weapons and many classified state secrets at Mityushikha Bay.
It is rumored that eventually the Soviets pushed the boundaries of both science and technology to the point where they eventually encountered both hostile and friendly extraterrestrials.
Incredibly, the Soviets managed to capture one of these aliens and brought it to Mityushikha Bay, where the Soviets had built an elaborate underground facility to run tests on extraterrestrial life forms.
In an account told in a top secret document which reads like a Stephen King thriller, one of these aliens evolved rapidly in the underground facility after its capture.
This particular alien, it turns out, had been captured very early in its physical development, and this was most unfortunate for the Soviets, who witnessed the growth of a being capable of bringing the human race to its knees all by itself.
Details are still very classified, but rumor has it the alien was capable of tearing an army tank to shreds in seconds, as well as being able to shield itself with energy.
Code-named Aрмагеддон (Armageddon), the extraterrestrial monster escaped its reinforced cage on October 28th, 1961 and killed untold numbers of Russian scientists and military personnel, with the survivors all having to desperately flee the area in any vehicle or aircraft available to them in that hostile arctic climate.
On October 29th, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev in Moscow was finally briefed on the situation.
A now 18-foot tall alien monster, responsible for the deaths of at least 47 Russians with top secret clearance, was on the loose in the frozen Arctic wasteland.
The only good news, trembling army generals told Khrushchev, was that the creature hadn’t yet traveled south from Mityushikha Bay since the initial massacre.
This was only because the terrifying monster was still hunting for the various human survivors who hadn’t managed to escape the base. These survivors were holed up in various secret tunnels within the Arctic facilities.
Nikita Khrushchev consulted with his leading scientists, and then quickly ordered his military to immediately test the new 50 Megaton nuclear weapon they were working on. Khrushchev emphasized the importance of stopping this alien menace from entering into the civilized world.
And thus, the Tsar Bomba was detonated at 11:32 Moscow Time on October 30th, 1961, directly above the startled alien. The bomb was dropped from an altitude of 6.5 miles and it was designed to detonate at a height 13,000 ft over the land surface.
Although simplistic fireball calculations predicted the fireball would hit the ground, vaporizing anything below, the alien’s force shield reflected the raging inferno back into the atmosphere and prevented this.
One Russian witness who lived 300 miles away said there was a “building chaos of light on the horizon, and then a horrible thud, as if the earth had been killed”.
Nevertheless, despite being somewhat shielded by its own mysterious energy, the downward force of the explosion was sufficient enough to destroy the monster’s internal organs, leaving nothing but a mangled, black corpse for a Russian strike force to discover a few days later.
Many a vodka was shared in the Kremlin that night, as with a menacing gleam in their Soviet eyes, the Communists raised their glasses and chuckled at the poor suckers who would believe this dubious story many years into the future.
In fact it was said that Nikita Khrushchev leaned forward, stared straight into the camera and whispered these chilling words in pitch-perfect Korean, “Who said anything about us finding a corpse?”
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