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Photo of the “Llullaillaco Maiden”, a 15 year old girl sacrificed during the Inca Empire for both purposes of religious rite and social control. She was chosen a year prior to her death, fed a ritualistic diet for an approximate twelve months to make her gain weight, then was drugged and left on the shrine at Volcano Llullaillaco, where she was left to die of exposure. For five hundred years, her body had been preserved at 82 ft. She is considered to be the best preserved Andean mummy ever ...
Looks like an alien or strange earthly being, sometimes that which we label "paranormal" are not. This is a dried sting ray carcass.
THE STARCHILD SKULL is a genuine 900-year-old bone skull found in Mexico in the 1930s. The Starchild Project is an informal organization which began in 1999 when Ray and Melanie Young, the owners of the Starchild Skull, asked Lloyd Pye to head research efforts to determine what caused the unusual shape and properties of the bone.
There are several abnormalities with the skull of the Starchild. The orbital cavities are oval and shallow, with the optic nerve canal located at the bottom of the cavity instead of at the back. There also seams to be no frontal sinuses and the back of the skull is flattened, but apparently not by any artificial means. The most bizarre abnormality of the StarChild Skull is that it has an interior volume of 1600 cubic centimeters, which is 200 cubic centimeters larger than the avg adult’s brain.
Peruvian anthropologist Renato Davila Riquelme discovered the remains of an unidentified creature which several anonymous Spanish and Russian scientists claim to be an “alien skull,” international news sites reported on Tuesday, November 22, 2011. According to reports, the “alien skull“, as shown above, was described as having a triangle-shaped skull with its head as big as its body.
The skulls appear to have been intentionally deformed until they resembled something akin to the "Coneheads," the fictional alien family made famous on "Saturday Night Live" in the late 1970s.