PERU – An alien mummy was discovered in Peru!

 A giant alien mummy was found in Peru over the weekend.  Authorities examined the unusually large eye-sockets and bone fragments and concluded, definitively, that the skull belonged to an alien from Planet Zeeba.
Somehow, however, the Zeeban was mummified over five hundred years ago by locals.  The skull was in perfect condition and scientists feel they may be able to get DNA out of the bones – if there even is alien DNA.

Renato Davila Riquelme, an anthropologist working at the Privado Ritos Andinos museum in Cusco,  discovered the remains of the alien.

Measuring at 20 inches tall, the tiny remains were originally believed to be that of a child, but Spanish and Russian doctors and scientists disagreed, saying:
“It has a non-human appearance because the head is triangular and big, almost the same size as the body. At first we believed it to be a child’s body until representatives from the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials came and confirmed that it is an extraterrestrial being.”
This is believed to be the first alien mummy discovered on earth.  But Dr. Banesh Bannerjee from the U.N. Panel says that there are probably many other alien mummy’s buried on our planet.
A group of  “alien mummy anthropologists” have formed a group to search the planet for more alien mummies.  “We want to gather proof that, not only are aliens among us today, but they have been here for hundres of years, if not thousand of years,” said Davide de Andrade of the Colombian Anthropology Association.

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27 thoughts on “ALIEN SKULL FOUND”

  1. What a bunch of idiots !! These type of mummies were found before in several places besides Peru on the Coastal areas and in the Andes mountains. Some Meso American cultures and also prehistoric cultures bound their heads with wrappings as of a very young age and so even into adulthood the skulls of these people were in a triangular shape for it was in fashion to do so !! If this mummy is indeed an Alien, I shall fly over from The Netherlands and wish to see it face to face for I believe it is a total scam. Planet Zeeba ??? Ever heard of it before, wake up people in the whole galaxy there is no known planet Zeeba !

    • Really Helene, You think a serious news site like this one would fall for such an obvious hoax?
      When all the other stories you find here are so very credible?
      Shame you mention your country of origin, you make us all look bad.

    • Zeeba is ridiculous. And yes, people used to "bind" their heads. But why does this skull have huge eye sockets, and molars if it was supposed to be an infant? Maybe people bound their heads to imitate other beings that they had seen. I'm just saying, a lot of crazy stuff could have happened to our ancestors and who are we to rule anything out?

  2. they used to wrap infants heads tightly with cloth to deform. REALLY nuff said? the ONLY aliens are the ones who sneak into the USA!

  3. I have been to ZEEBA !! Actually I am from ZEEBA ! And I want to let all earthlings know that we do not appreciate you digging up our ZEEBEING remains! This must stop at once or your planet will be destroyed quicker than you are doing it!!!

  4. Keep your head in the sand unbeleiversMany,Many People Are So Tired Of The Lies.You Dont Want The Truth You Cant Handle The Truth. Cowards Scared To Look Up In The Sky.A New Age Is Upon Us Ready Or Not Here They Come.

  5. Planet Zeeba is probally real……. we dont know that and i agree that it is an alien skull…..it is way to big to be a human skull because if you look at it closley the chin is not a human chin…..and whoever said that it looked like a child was ignorant because the eye sockets are way to huge to be a human beings body………and look at the arms and legs we do not have those types of arms nor legs i mean really!! it is an alien for sure! Im not so sure about it being from planet zeeba but yah…..and whoever said that ot is not real or it is a hoax well its not because there are other worlds unlike the one we all live in now…….


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