An Alien-like skull has just been found in a cave in Southern Peru and researchers, and author Brien Foerster tells more about the bizarre alien-like skull. “…though easy to dismiss as a fake, created to appear to be an anomalous life form, is composed of bone, with a thick hard layer of grey-colored skin like material. It was allegedly found in a cave in the southern desert of Peru along with other related artifacts…”
What appears to be a mummified skull of a strange creature has recently been discovered in a cave in southern Peru reports researcher and author Brien Foerster.
The strange-looking skull will be sent out to a lab to verify whether or not it is real or just another hoax.
While easily dismissed as a hoax, the peculiar object has created an online debate where people are trying to figure out –without even seeing the alien-like skull in person— if or it is real.
Brien Foerster tells us more about it on his website hidddenincatours.com:
“The above artifact, though easy to dismiss as a fake, created to appear to be an anomalous life form, is composed of bone, with a thick hard layer of gray colored skin like material. It was allegedly found in a cave in the southern desert of Peru along with other related artifacts.”
In a YouTube Video, Brien Foerster discusses the peculiar object in detail:
“I don’t know what to say and look forward to the possibility of seeing more specimens. The head appears to be made of bone with skin over the top. It has two eyes, but eyes it is nothing like a human, it is more amphibian or reptilian. The mouth seems to be so tiny that it does not even appear to be for feeding. It is a very mysterious thing, and I can’t imagine how those two specimens could be fake.”
The curious alien-like skull is only 13 centimeters in length.
Foerster further explains:
“It appears to be about 13 centimeters long, and on the left-hand side, you can see exposed bone where the skin material has flaked off. Also, the eye sockets, on the right are exceedingly shallow. There is encrusted material, likely fine clay which is a common component in the desert sand of the Peruvian coast in the mouth, nostrils, and eyelids of the specimen. Clearly, it should be taken to a physician and/or veterinarian for professional examination. “
“The above image, of the underside of the skull indicates that this artifact is bone, about 3 to 5 mm thick, and still has a stiff, gray, skin like material attached to it.
“Note the very narrow foramen magnum aperture where presumably a very thin vertebral system once entered the skull.
“Though easy to state that it is a complex fake, the caretaker and those that presumably found it, along with other specimens, have no access to artisans or taxidermists that could have made them.
“The caretaker removed some of the bone from the underpart of the skull and exposed what is presumably marrow.
“This, as well as the bone and skin can be sampled for DNA and radiocarbon testing in prominent laboratories in North America that we are working with already.”
Brien concluded: “This closeup view of the damaged underside of the specimen shows the exposed bone as well as marrow. Plans are in the works for DNA as well as radiocarbon testing of the specimen in major labs in North America.”
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