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Serbian air traffic controllers reported that a female-sounding alien spoke to them in a cat-like language. The mysterious object – which they believe was a high-speed UFO –also burst onto flight monitors over the remote Russian city of Yakutsk, the Daily Mail reported.
The UFO rapidly changed directions in the sky and reached speeds of 6000 miles per hour according to the aviation workers. Surrounding planes were traveling significantly slower. The UFO was logged at a height of 64,895 feet above sea level and appeared to interfere with aviation frequencies.
They repeatedly tried to make contact to the mysterious object. “I kept hearing some female voice, as if a woman was saying mioaw-mioaw all the time,” one air traffic controller told the pilot of a passing Aeroflot flight. The UFO was automatically designated as “00000″ as it did not have a flight number.
On footage posted on You Tube, the air traffic controllers’ communications to a Russian plane were disrupted by interference from the UFO. The footage was first posted last month but it is unclear when it was taken. A shot of the airport did not appear to show any snow which is normal for eight months a year in Yakutsk. At one point, the UFO is shown moving away from Yakutsk at a rapid pace before turning and heading back toward the city.
This is the translated conversation from the footage posted on You Tube.
CONTROLLER: /delivers info/
PILOT: There is bad connection here. Repeat please.
CONTROLLER: /repeats info/
PILOT: It’s hard to get it. Keep flying on 11100 meters.
CONTROLLER: It’s a connection check out. How do you hear me?
PILOT: Much better. But there was muttering before. It seemed like another channel laid over.
CONTROLLER: Got you. /says info again/
PILOT: Can’t get you, can’t hear.
Then the controller starts checking out connection.
PILOT: Ok, I hear you now. There was this strange meowing female voice interfering with the frequency.
CONTROLLER: When did you hear it? In which time interval?
PILOT: All the time from the very beginning when our communication started.
Airport officials have not commented yet on the alleged UFO.