Yes, I remember the Lady Be Good story.
I've been looking some more at this and there's no answer out there in internet land - the original Polish poster is going to put more pictures up in a few days, he says.
I'm thinking the cockpit shot is probably real (taken when?) but not the distance shots. The close up of the access hatch is tricky, though.
The problem (as with most fake internet stuff) is the lack of identifying codes or serials or people shown in the pics. While I can understand keeping the location secret the serial numbers would be about the second thing I'd be looking to record after checking for the pilot's remains. The oil explorer guys are not daft, I think.
Anyway, the control surfaces seem to match the stick position which indicates little damage to the control cables. The engine cowls are hardly damaged either - would've needed to skate over the rock surface without digging a wing in when landing. The terrain looks a bit rough for that but stranger things have happened.