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Monday, July 10, 2017

The Origin Of The Black Bird of Chernobyl

The Origin Of The Black Bird of Chernobyl

Many people already know about the chilling 1986 Chernobyl disaster. The details on how it all began and how the victims and survivors went through the ordeal from Chernobyl disaster is too overwhelming. History books noted that 1986 saw one of the worst nuclear disasters to date, the Chernobyl reactor disaster, 31 died on the day but over 500,000 people were involved and the long-term effects continue to be recorded and monitored. Witnesses who have visited the area believe that the spirits of those who died there still roam the area. You think you might know the whole story but are you really sure? Apparently, most are unaware of the creepy circumstances some people were facing before it all happened. According to some of the survivors, shortly before the huge nuclear plant meltdown, they all started experiencing weird phenomena including nightmares, threatening phone calls, and encounters with a huge winged beast that came to be known as the "Black Bird of Chernobyl". Let's get to know the creepy creature that caused havoc and disaster to Chernobyl.

 The infamous tragedy is said to be fascinating historically and scientifically, but nevertheless, terrifying. At the start of April 1986 people living and working at the power plant began to witness strange and eerie events. Sightings of a large black bird, or bird-like creature, and even a headless man with large black wings and red eyes began to be reported. It was later given the name ‘The Black Bird of Chernobyl’. Witnesses had nightmares, threatening calls and some claimed first hand encounters with the creature are just some of the creepy circumstances before the explosion happened. The strange happenings were reported and increased until the morning of 26th April, 1986, when reactor number four exploded.

  • Classification: Avian
  • Size: 5 to 6 feet tall
  • Weight: Unknown
  • Diet: Unknown
  • Location: Chernobyl, Soviet Union
  • Movement: Flight and two legged walking
  • Environment: Unknown

    General circumstances led to multiple reports that the Black Bird looked like a large, creature-like man with huge wings and red eyes. How terrifying would it be when you see it face to face? Some even reported seeing it over one of the reactors as it went through the meltdown and the rest is history.

    Due to this, people are quick to relate this apparent harbinger of death to the legendary Mothman of West Virginia, which started showing up right before the Silver Bridge collapsed.  Of course, this theory was supported by some locals. The way people describe these two beings are so similar that one is left to wonder if there really are creatures out there that show up when something bad is going to happen. Are they appearing before a disaster to warn the people? Or are they showing up to show to us that we can't stop the disaster from happening? So if you see a large scary bird man or some sort on the way to work or school. maybe it would be better to just turn around and go home. Keep safe always!

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