The worldwide UFO community has gone wild this week over claims that the dried-out corpses of two alien beings have been found in Peru.
The tiny bodies, reminiscent of the creature from Stephen Spielberg’s 1982 sci-fi hit ET, were displayed in a press conference at Mexico's Congress yesterday (September 13).
While the bodies were roughly humanoid in layout – with two arms, two legs and a head with two eyes – expert witnesses described various differences including an unusual rib structure and a rudimentary jaw.
And former USAF fighter pilot Chris Leto has linked the discovery to the cattle-mutilation phenomenon long blamed on alien visitors.
He suggested the small, weak jaw wouldn’t have been capable of chewing solid food and asked: “Is that why cows have been drained of blood?”
Chris called to mind the cattle mutilation phenomenon across the world.
The deaths of a number of cows in Puerto Rico were blamed on “El vampiro de Moca (the vampire of Moca) and later, similar attacks, earned the mystery animal the name El Chupacabra.
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The history of cattle mutilation goes back much further, with reports of livestock being “surgically” slaughtered and drained of blood dating back as far as the 1600s.
Again, no evidence of alien involvement has ever been produced. But a clearly delighted Lehto told followers of his YouTube channel: “This is the hard evidence we’ve all been waiting for.
“They’ve already DNA tested this thing and it’s not from this Earth.”
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He laughingly pointed out that the dessicated corpses seemed to lack an opposable thumb – an anatomical feature that is said to be one of the main reasons behind mankind's superiority over most other forms of life.
The Mexico City event was spearheaded by journalist and UFO researcher Jaime Maussan, who in 2017 exhibited five “alien mummies” that turned out to be the bodies of human children.
Maussan testified under oath that almost a third of the DNA extracted from these latest finds is "unknown" and the specimens were not part of "our terrestrial evolution”.
The tiny bodies, roughly the size and shape of the “Fiji Mermaid” exhibited by notorious huckster PT Barnum in the 1840s, remain in their glass cases in Mexico City.
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