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Killer UFO in India

Seven people have been killed by what locals describe as a “killer sphere with red and blue flashing lights” which appears at night, burning the victims to death. The objects have appeared in the province of Shanwa, Uttar Pradesh, northern India.

One resident, Raghurai Pal, whose father was killed by these objects recently, stated that “His stomach was torn open and he died two days later”. However, the Indian authorities dismiss these stories as mass hysteria and claim that the objects are nothing more than insects.

Police superintendent Kavindra Singh claimed that “It is an insect nine centimetres long which leaves scars and superficial wounds”. Nevertheless, seven people have mysteriously been killed and many others have been wounded.

Meanwhile the population blames the police for being lazy and not wanting to capture the aliens.

Timofei BYELO PRAVDA.Ru

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