Busted! Peru alien mummies are not extraterrestrial origins
Peruvian scientists have dispelled the mystery surrounding the "alien mummies" that appeared in Lima last October. The specimens, initially speculated to be extraterrestrial
Peruvian scientists have dispelled the mystery surrounding the "alien mummies" that appeared in Lima last October. The specimens, initially speculated to be extraterrestrial, were found in a cardboard box at the Lima airport offices of courier DHL. After analysis, experts concluded that the humanoid dolls are crafted from a combination of human and animal parts, bound together with modern synthetic glue, rendering them entirely of Earthly origin.
Flavio Estrada, an archaeologist from Peru's Institute for Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, dismissed any connection to alien life, stating unequivocally, "They're not extraterrestrials. They're dolls made from animal bones from this planet joined together with modern synthetic glue."
The mysterious mummies gained attention following a Mexican congressional hearing in September, where similar tiny mummified bodies with elongated heads and three-fingered hands were presented. However, experts emphasized that these bodies were not related to the specimens found in Peru and also rejected any extraterrestrial association. Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan had initially claimed the bodies were around 1,000 years old and recovered from Peru in 2017, but most experts dismissed this as a hoax.
In summary, the purported "alien mummies" discovered in Peru have been debunked by scientists as elaborately crafted dolls made from terrestrial materials, debunking any claims of extraterrestrial origins.