Mummified "alien bodies" from Peru, shown by a ufologist journalist to a Mexican congress, are actually made of ancient human and animal remains.
"In brief, they are fakes. Peruvian sellers of all kinds of stolen antiques make [them] from bones that are raked from old burials. From them they make these stuffed animals. That is, it is a doll made of animal bones, covered with some kind of composition, sprinkled on top of something in order to deceive all kinds of dating methods. In doing so, they vandalize really ancient burials. They pull bones out of them, mixed animal and human bones. The skulls are made from the skulls of llamas, which are sawn off the front part - you get a blunt face. That is, that there is a face, in fact, the back of the head of the skull of a llama", - explained Alexander Sokolov (founder and editor-in-chief of the scientific and educational portal "Anthropogenesis.ru").
The journalist noted that those who make such "aliens" are not harmless freaks at all. According to Sokolov, smugglers and "black diggers" are behind it.
"It's a sham, but not a harmless sham. In doing so, they are destroying real ancient burials. It's essentially gangsters doing it. There are real criminals there. We specifically looked at those people who are directly involved in the sale of these things - they have convictions for smuggling, for the destruction of monuments and attempted illegal sales. It's a real mafia. We've talked to Peruvians who are fighting this, and they are afraid to give their names, afraid to show their faces, because it's very serious. This is not our some harmless freaks like REN TV who talk about aliens. This is serious. They have been trading in these antiquities for generations, including the trade in fakes, which they sell to rich gringos who love all sorts of antiquities," the expert concluded.
The bodies of two "aliens" in the Congress of Mexico brought the journalist-ufologist Jaime Maussan. The man stated under oath that the mummified remains were found during excavations in Peru. According to Maussan, they differ from humans by 30% in genetic composition.