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    Posted December 15, 2011 by
    St Vincent and the Grenadines, St Vincent and Grenadines

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    Russian Space Craft washed up on Caribbean Beach is now a Tourist Attraction.


    I am a tour guide and water taxi operator with Ocean Panic Tours. On 13/12/2011 I revisited  Petit Tabac with 12 guests, where on the 06/12/2011 myself and 12 guests discovered a Russian spacecraft on the beach with cameras and some electrical parts still attached. It is now clear from the USA Embassy in Barbados that this piece of wreckage is indeed a Russian Soyuz 3 Rocket lauched from French Guiana on October 21s to transport a Satellitet.  After arriving on shore the first thing we noticed on the craft is that l the camera apparatus depicted in previous  photographs and electrics are missing from craft. This is leading some locals to question whether ALIENS removed parts...

    As anticipated, the site has been circulating major buzz as a tourist attraction for persons interested in Space Science. Many visitors, especially with NASA hats, are visiting the site daily in large numbers.   Ocean Panic tours are calling on the authorities to “grant permission and 100 men to assist them in transporting the fuselage onto the embankment, allowing them to turn it over and make it an official tourism site.”


    We are proposing that the area, which is already well known through its involvement in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, would then double as the site of a Space Craft Wreckage, raising St. Vincent and the Grenadines publicity. Ocean Panic is calling on the authorities to please make it an official tourism site as we the locals have started to clean up the debris around beach.


    In neighboring Barbados, it is alleged that a similar piece of debris with similar markings was recently found.

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