The creatures, with their tiny bodies, three-fingered hands and elongated heads, looked like something right out of a Hollywood alien invasion blockbuster movie.
But if UFO researcher Jaime Maussan is to be believed, the remains he presented to Mexican lawmakers are the real thing.
Some of Maussan's prior claims have proven to be false but earlier this week, the famed journalist and self-proclaimed UFO expert appeared before Mexican lawmakers, where he presented the remains of what he claimed were two ancient "non-human" alien corpses. The bodies, he testified, were retrieved in 2017 from Cusco, Peru before radiocarbon dating revealed them to be up to 1,800 years old.
Maussan said that the specimens were found fossilized in mines in Cusco, Peru, in a layer of diatomaceous earth, or ancient phytoplankton algae. The National Autonomous University of Mexico conducted tests on them, which Maussan claimed revealed that more than 30% of the specimens’ DNA was "unknown," indicating that they are "not part of our terrestrial evolution," he said.
X-rays of the specimens were also presented during the hearing, which experts testifying under oath claimed showed that one specimen had what appeared to be eggs or ovaries, while the other had implants made of rare metals, such as Osmium...more