‘Alien’ Mummy Found in Mexico Turns Out to Be a Doll with a Dark Secret
“The alien theory is a complete fabrication.”
It has been revealed that the mummy, which shocked the world when it was unveiled as “alien mummies” at a Mexican congressional hearing last year, was actually a doll made of adhesive and bones.
According to Reuters, a group of forensic and archaeological experts convened for a press conference in Lima, Peru, to disclose the findings of their three-month analysis.
Archaeologist Flavio Estrada unequivocally stated, “The conclusion is straightforward. It’s a doll crafted from modern synthetic adhesive and animal bones.” He stressed that “the alien theory is entirely fabricated.”
Furthermore, the experts elucidated that the mummy contained bones from various animals, such as birds and dogs. They clarified that the mummy’s three-fingered hand was composed of paper, adhesive, metal, and a combination of human and animal bones.
In September of the previous year, Jose Jaime Mausan, a Mexican journalist who identifies as a UFO expert, presented two small mummies during a Mexican congressional hearing. These peculiar corpses possessed three fingers on each hand, elongated heads, and a desiccated, contorted appearance.
Mausan claimed that the mummy had been discovered on a remote sandy shore near Nasca, Peru, in 2017. This region is renowned for the Nasca lines and intricate geoglyphs that can only be fully appreciated from an aerial perspective and are attributed to ancient indigenous peoples.
Mausan asserted that this mummy dated back approximately 1,000 years and was not of earthly origin but non-human. However, experts categorically refuted these claims during the press conference hosted by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture. They stated that the object in question was fashioned by attaching animal bones to a damaged ancient human mummy and was, in fact, terrestrial. The authorities concluded their three-month investigation by releasing a forensic report that day.