The Giants of Voronezh are an infamous group of alien cryptids reported to have attacked an entire crowd of spectators at a park in Voronezh, Russia in September 27, 1989.
Due to the sensational reports and a large degree of dubious "investigation" at the time the Giants of Vornezh incident has become a hotly debated subject which some arguing it was a hoax, mass-hysteria or exaggeration.
The exact details of the dramatic Voronezh case are hopelessly muddled and may have been heavily distorted by the press, but in the popular version, a group of young children and several adults witnessed three enormous humanoids emerge from a round, red aircraft at a public park. The creatures appeared to be nearly ten feet tall, with metallic jumpsuits and small, dome-like heads, featureless except for their three menacing, luminous eyes. When a boy cried out in terror, the beings paralyzed him simply by glaring at him, then vanished into thin air for around five minutes. When they returned, they fired a beam at another boy who appeared to disintegrate. After a stroll around the park, the giants flew away in their craft and their zapped victim instantly rematerialized.