Remains of 'ancient alien corpses' discovered in Mexico leaving experts baffled

​Alleged alien remains

Alleged alien remains

Oliver Trapnell

By Oliver Trapnell

Published: 13/09/2023

- 22:58

Updated: 14/09/2023

- 08:15

The alleged remains are said to not be a part of ‘our terrestrial evolution’

The alleged remains of ‘alien corpses’ have been displayed to the public for the first time in Mexico.

During a congressional meeting in Mexico City, two small ‘alien corpses’ were shown to politicians and the press.

The alleged remains retrieved from Cusco, Peru were kept in windowed boxes today (13 September) sparking widespread excitement from alien enthusiasts and baffling the scientific community.

Behind the glass, reporters could see what looked like a humanoid figure but with only three fingers and an elongated cranium.

Close up of the alleged alien

The 'alien remains' have three fingers and an elongated cranium


Self-claimed ufologist Jaime Maussan testified under oath that the remains, which appear mummified, are “not part of our terrestrial evolution”.

He went on to say that a third of their DNA remains “unknown”.

“These specimen are not part of our terrestrial evolution…” Maussan said.

“These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage.


X-rays of the 'aliens'

X-rays of the 'aliens'


“They were found in diatom (algae) mines, and were later fossilized.”

Maussan has previously been associated with alleged alien discoveries - many of which were later debunked.

The ufologist displayed the alleged remains after showing government officials several videos of “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena”.

Maussan told reporters and politicians that the remains had been analysed by scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM).

Three fingers seen on the 'aliens'

Three fingers seen on the 'aliens'


The researchers were reportedly able to recover DNA evidence and then carbonate the remains.

X-rays of the ‘aliens’ were shown during the hearing with researchers claiming that one of the bodies held “eggs” inside.

Both fossilised corpses are alleged to have implants made from rare metals.

Federal representative Sergio Guiterrez said: “We are left with thoughts, with concerns and with the plan to continue talking about this, as I said at the beginning, let's hope that this is the first of several events and that there will be discussions with the Legislative on the need or not to make proposals to modify the laws.”

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