•We flew along the west side and at
about 16,500 ft. Suddenly the plane made a turn to the right, this shook me up some as we knew the Russian
border was close to the other side
of the mountain. I went up to the cockpit and was about to inquire about our
turning when the co-pilot said,
heck is that?” I looked out his window and there to our right was a canyon with a barge-like structure in it.
The barge-like thing made a perfect rectangle.
It was surrounded by ice or snow on all sides. Looking down on it again this object had a resemblance to barges one sees on rivers,
except it appeared to be much longer.
My first impression of this barge was simple, crude and long. The
terrain was broken up with canyons
and deep ravines. We descended to the level (about 14,500 ft.) which the barge was in. Soon we were abeam the barge. I
was stunned. It was so clear and
left no doubt it was made by man. It had a square room, each side the same
width as the barge. The sides of
the square tilted downward, making the roof somewhat smaller than the floor was. The height of this square room
seemed to be so that a person could enter
and not worry about bumping his head on the ceiling. The only part of the
mountain of interest was this one
ravine or canyon. Using the square room located mid-way between the stern and front end of the barge, as a unit of measurement, I calculated that at least eleven could be placed on each side of the
center room. This would make twenty three
in all, making up the length of the barge. Generally the color of the barge
was dark brown. Last, I will say
this, “This is what I saw and know. May I burn in hell forever in the worst pain possible, if I’m lying.”