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This story was told by Anastasia D. from Donetsk.
“This incident was told to me by my father Valery Ivanovich. In 1979 he served in Gremikha, on the Kola Peninsula. He did not complain about the service. The food was excellent. True, even in summer there were dry potatoes in the galley.
But they, the soldiers, did not lose heart: they diversified their diet with mushrooms. Free from the watch, walking along the tundra, for the sake of pleasure and saturation, they collected boletus and aspen mushrooms.
And then one day (although it may have been night, because in summer there is day and night), the father and his colleagues walked several kilometers, and they did not come across a single normal mushroom. There were fly agarics (by the way, they are huge there) and russula, which no one considered to be mushrooms either.
Suddenly, about a hundred meters away, my father noticed a strange structure. What's this? Hut? Or maybe a bunker? The father decided to look there.
"If you want, drop in," the comrades, tired and angry at the unsuccessful walk, answered gloomily. - You will catch up later. We went back."
The father went to the object. It was unknown by whom and for what purpose, a one and a half meters high structure made of local stone, without a roof. Fifteen meters in diameter.
As he approached the object, the father saw that a yellow glow was emanating from it. He carefully entered the building and was amazed - inside there was a sea of mushrooms! He cut off several nearest ones, as many as fit into the bag, and then climbed onto a stone to call his comrades, and was amazed.
The tundra around was deserted!
Father in a hurry jumped out of the yellow glow and sighed with relief: his colleagues walked in the distance as if nothing had happened. For fun, the father returned to the facility. Looked around - no one around, empty tundra! Out - comrades appeared again.
Then the father caught up with his friends, showed them the mushrooms and convinced them to return. However, when they approached the object, there was not a yellow glow and not a single mushroom. No one would have believed his story if it weren't for a bag full of mushrooms.
Many years later. The father told this story to an acquaintance who was interested in the paranormal.
“It looks like you've been to another dimension. And jumped out in time, - he said. "If the portal had slammed, you would have stayed there forever!"
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