Russia's day turns into 'complete darkness' for nearly three hours
Siberian Times reports the area hit was "larger than the country of Italy"
Witnesses claim "Water in lakes went black because of dust".
A flash of light was reported and was registered by the US satellites, followed by an increase of radioactive level and "unusual activity of the military"
Three hours of darkness occurred in Siberia on July 20, 2018 in the area of the Siberian arcticcircle last week, without any explanation whatsoever. It is now being called an unsolved mystery. The area of the phenomenon occurred a couple of hundred miles south of Yana Bay, the most significant bay in all of Siberia.
Witnesses said they couldn’t see anything without switching there lights on or use of flashlights. Some people reported that they saw what appeared to be a thunder storm coming in, as it got darker and darker. Clouds of black dirt remained in the air for hours and darkness continued for nearly 3 hours.
Locals in north of Yakutia said daylight was “completely gone for several hours.” Siberian Times
The Siberian Times released a new report on July 24th, stating that theories on the 3 hours of darkness were anywhere from “conspiracy theories of a UFO, new weapons tests, a meteorite, or pollution from wildfires”, none of which have been proven.
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