In a bizarre incident in Mexico City in recent weeks, two alleged alien-like corpses were unveiled at the country’s Congress.
The spectacle attracted a great deal of attention, with the small “non-human” bodies displayed in transparent boxes for the public to see.
The event was moderated by renowned journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan. Maussan presented his findings under oath to members of the Mexican government and US officials.
What he called “UFO samples” were recently examined at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM).
Bodies Once Again At The Congress
Mummified ‘alien’ bodies have been brought to the Mexican congress for the second time by journalists and doctors with new evidence to prove they are ‘real’.
Controversial UFO enthusiast and journalist Jaime Maussan has mobilized a number of doctors who say the bodies belong to real, once-living organisms, with some experts claiming to have studied “five similar specimens over four years”.
New photographs and X-rays were shown to Congress on Tuesday; investigators claimed the images proved they were ‘real’.
Experts also said their DNA was hybrid, suggesting that the bodies were descended from human beings.
“We have a hybrid being, apparently there are other creatures more advanced than us… we are facing something really extraordinary,” Maussan said.
While Mausaan and his team declared that the mummified bodies named Clara and Mauricio were ‘real’, the experts did not have an origin story and did not imply that the bodies were ‘extraterrestrial’.
They Tried To Prove They Were Not Fakes
During Tuesday’s session, Maussan focused on proving that the bodies were not faked by getting opinions from medical experts.
In a letter signed by 11 researchers from San Luis Gonzaga National University in Ica, Peru, Maussan brought a team of medical experts who declared the same.
Roger Zuniga, an anthropologist from San Luis Gonzaga National University in Ica Peru, said there was no human intervention with these beings.
The letter said that the team did not imply that the bodies were “extraterrestrial”, but that there was no information on the origin of the remains.
Argentine surgeon Celestino Adolfo Piotto said he had analyzed the results of tests conducted on the bodies and supported the bizarre claim that “they are an evolved version of modern-day humans”.
Maussan made similar claims in Peru in 2017, and a report by that country’s prosecutor’s office revealed that the bodies were in fact “newly produced dolls, covered with a mixture of paper and synthetic glue to simulate the presence of skin.”