Alien crew is missing & still at large, warn scientists!
The captain of a ship rammed an iceberg in the frigid waters of the Greenland Sea -- and found a perfectly preserved UFO frozen inside.
What's more, the alien crew is missing and may still be at large!
Scientists from all over the world have been summoned to an undisclosed location near the seacoast town of Scoresbysund, Greenland, to investigate the intact alien craft. "The design and technology of this space capsule is years ahead of anything yet developed on Earth," says Dr. Gerd Stuber of Bern, Switzerland. "It's definitely from another planet.
ARTIST'S conception shows alien spaceship's hull sticking out of an iceberg that was split in two by a research vessel.
"My staff and I have examined every inch of it and all the evidence indicates that the craft was manned by a crew of five beings who apparently lost control and crashed. However, we can find no trace of them."
The discovery occurred above the Arctic Circle between Norway and Greenland when a seismic exploration ship struck a huge floating iceberg at about three p.m. on May 24. Damage to the ship was minor but the collision knocked a large piece out of the iceberg, exposing part of a strange metal object.
When the crew chipped away enough ice to get a good look at it, that metallic "something" turned out to be the hull of a UFO.
No one is able to pinpoint exactly when the spaceship crash-landed on Earth, or how it became encased in an iceberg, and experts differ widely about the fate of the missing aliens. "They're dead," says Dr. Juan Cordoba, noted Spanish biologist and member of Dr. Stuber's staff. "Even if they survived the crash, there's no way they could stay alive in those sub-zero temperatures."
Dr. Stuber himself, however, is not so quick to declare the aliens dead. "The very fact that they piloted their spaceship to Earth indicates that these aliens are very highly evolved," says the 56-year-old author and physicist.
"If the creatures are both males and females, there's a chance that they've escaped across the ice to the mainland nearby, reproducing -- and raising -- a whole community of beings with levels of intelligence we can't even conceive of."