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Exclusive: A close encounter with the ‘alien bodies’ in Mexico

Jaime Maussan says he can prove they are unlike anything known on Earth

by NWMNewsDesk
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For Jaime Maussan, a Mexican journalist and longtime UFO enthusiast, they are one of the most important discoveries in the history of humankind.

But for many scientists, these two tiny mummified bodies with elongated heads and three fingers on each hand, images of which were beamed around the world this week when they were presented to Mexico’s Congress, are an already-debunked – perhaps criminal – stunt.

At Maussan’s office, in the Mexico City business district of Santa Fe, staff members carefully carry the two closed boxes with glass lids containing the bodies into a green-screened studio, where Reuters had exclusive access on Friday.

Everyone huddles around to get a better look. The bodies appear ancient and share characteristics with humans: two eyes, a mouth, two arms, and two legs. Maussan claims they were found around 2017 in Peru, near the pre-Columbian Nazca Lines.


He says he can prove they are unlike anything known on Earth. On social media and in the hearing, he shared scientific analysis and study results he argues prove the bodies are about 1,000 years old and not related to any known Earthly species.

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