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Russia Learns to Make Money on UFO
7.12.2007 11:24
Russia Learns to Make Money on UFO

Websites of Russian travel companies teem with promises to show Yeti or meet little green men. Many regions severely compete for the right of being called the most anomalous territory of the country. There is also a tendency of constructing roads and building hotels in such areas where the local dwellers prefer not to go to. All this is not an example of mass madness. It is just the active players of the travel market in Russia consider selling tours to paranormal sites of the country highly profitable.
      At the end of November the authorities of the Perm Region reported about the intentions to create an UFO sanctuary in the local anomalous zone the so-called Molebsky Triangle. A number of other regions of the country have decided to follow the example of Perm. In the Krasnoyarsk Region they have begun constructing tourist objects in remote areas of the taiga where 100 years ago the Tunguska Meteorite fell. The authorities of the Samara Region are thinking about creation of a tourist zone not far from the Medveditskaya Chain where the locals have spotted UFO several times.
      It seems that the Russian regional authorities have been eaten up by the fame of the American Roswell city that for already 60 years has been popular with tourists coming there to see the site of the supposed UFO crash.


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