China May Have Recovered Dead Alien
The space critter looks much like your stereotypical Hollywood Martian, but in death, it’s the focal point of many unanswered questions. Some say it’s an elaborate joke, while rumors claim that the Chinese government is selling the tale as a hoax to throw people off the scent.
For Li Kai, a farmer living near the Yellow River, it started as just another bad night….
One recent early morning, Kai went out to check on some electric fencing he had set up to help him catch rabbits. Once there, his bicycle began to be beamed up by a strange light. He explains:
“An unidentified flying object like a UFO was suspended above the shore of the Yellow River.
“I had no idea when my bicycle had gone under that flying saucer, and then five aliens came down one after another.”
Kai threw rocks at the spaceship in hopes of getting back his bike. None too pleased, the aliens started to chase him when one of them ran into the trap intended for rabbits. The other four aliens fled, but Kai was left with the incinerated remains of one of them.
He put the creature on ice and called the cops, who brought in government agents. However, after many mysterious nights of examination, the experts disappeared as quickly as they came.
Kai would later say that the whole thing was a clever ruse, but skeptics believe he was forced to retract his claims. The Chinese government, after all, are known for pressuring citizens to change stories and suppress information. The so-called experts and authorities also seemed too interested in a specimen that supposedly turned out to be made out of rubber.
What made the alien creature preserved in ice so appealing to them? And what will happen to the helpless farmer if, indeed, he does have proof that aliens exist, and that they enjoy stealing bicycles?
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