Molebka Triangle's mysteries
What the “M Triangle” or “Molebka Triangle”, a location in Urals in Russia, about a thousand kilometers to the North East from Moscow, is hiding? Since the thirties of the nineteenth century the place has a reputation for being cursed and there are chronicles of strange bright objects that the peasants saw flying around the village of Molebka ending up by naming them “oranges of fire”.
From mid-800 the Molebka Triangle is famous all over the world
However, it was only in the mid-1980s that the Triangle ended up in newspapers all over the world, when the Russian ufologist Emil Bachurin (later died in 2009 in the fire of his home in the Perm region, inside the Triangle) found a 62-meter-diameter circle in the snow, which he described in a detailed report.
Since then, many scholars and simple curious people have gone and continue to go to the Triangle, almost all experimenting in first person a persistent and constant migraine for the whole period of their stay, as well as changes in body temperature and pressure and swelling to the whole body. Symptoms that, incidentally, are also recorded in the case of significant magnetic anomalies and energy aberrations, as have often been reported in cases of alleged contacts with UFOs and alien veichles.
Firefight between UFOs inside the Molebka Triangle
Could they be indications of the presence of alien aircraft? Perhaps yes, but also without hypothesizing the presence of UFOs, the Triangle was already considered a sacred territory from the Mansi ethnic minority and the circumstance is at least unusual. Even more unusual, on September 16, 1989 in the nearby town of Zaostrovka, also inside the Triangle, hundreds of people reported a real air gun battle between six UFOs and one seventh, of golden color , that after a series of evolutions it would have ended with the crash of the latter after a last desperate attempt by the pilot to make a controlled landing.
Crashed in a swamp inside an “off limits” area used for military tests, the UFO would then be sought by Bachurin and by a team of researchers. But this time the supposed place of the crash revealed nothing, it was “clean” and without any trace. Was it just a collective hallucination, military exercises, or had someone taken away all traces of the UFO and its pilot? After many years on the story, as on the mysterious properties of the Triangle M, has not yet been made light.
There are no credible photos on the incident, so Fanwave decided not to publish them. However credible and economically tangible, it's the huge merchandising that orbits in this place. One thing that rivals Roswell. The Russians quickly learned the rules of capitalism.