In a recent scientific analysis disclosed on January 12, a duo of “alien mummies” that mysteriously surfaced at Peru’s main airport in October last year have been identified as terrestrial in origin. At a press conference in Lima, experts categorized the small specimens as humanoid dolls, likely crafted from a combination of human and animal parts. Additionally, a separate three-fingered hand, thought to be from Peru’s Nazca region, was scrutinized, and experts concluded that it does not have any connection to extraterrestrial life. Flavio Estrada, an archaeologist with Peru’s Institute for Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, dismissed the notion. They stated that the entities are not of extraterrestrial origin; rather, they are dolls crafted from animal bones found on Earth, assembled using modern synthetic glue.

The two figurines, resembling mummified bodies adorned in traditional Andean attire, were discovered in a cardboard box at the Lima airport offices of courier DHL. Despite initial speculation by some media outlets about possible alien origins, experts emphasized that the entire narrative was fabricated. Last September, similar tiny mummified bodies with elongated heads and three-fingered hands were showcased at a Mexican congressional hearing. However, Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan’s claim that these bodies were about 1,000 years old and recovered from Peru in 2017 was met with skepticism. Experts later dismissed them as likely fraudulent, possibly comprised of mutilated ancient human mummies combined with animal parts, but undoubtedly originating from Earth. During the recent Lima press conference, organized by Peru’s culture ministry, experts clarified that the dolls found in the DHL office were not linked to the bodies presented in Mexico and reiterated that the remains in Mexico were also not extraterrestrial.