Doctor who tested mummified ‘alien corpses’ claims they’re real in huge update

A doctor and ufologist who presented two alleged "alien corpses" to Mexico's Congress last week have hit back at scientists accusing them of a hoax, claiming new tests prove they are "non-human", made from a "single skeleton", and that one of them was pregnant.

The corpses first made headlines when they were put on display in glass coffins as part of an official unveiling at a public UFO hearing. Each one has three-fingered hands and feet and an elongated head but still have a humanoid shape, including a torso, two arms and two legs each.

They were presented by UFO researcher Jaime Maussan and his associate Dr Jose Zalce Benitez, who told politicians the bizarre-looking mummified beings had been found in the city of Cusco, Peru, and were estimated to be 1,000 years old. Jaimie testified under oath that almost a third of the corpses' DNA is "unknown", adding: "These specimens are not part of our evolutionary history on Earth".

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But their claims were bashed by scientists including Professor Brian Cox, who claimed they were "way too humanoid" to be real aliens, Sky News reports. "It's very unlikely that an intelligent species that evolved on another planet would look like us," he said.

Instead, scientists said the mummies were likely assembled from different animal and human bones. But Dr Benitez has now claimed new scans disprove this — showing the corpses are each made up of "a single skeleton" and "complete organic being" despite suggestions they were made from "different parts as some assumed", the Daily Mail reports.

His team allegedly made the discovery while carrying out a series of laboratory studies on the corpses, which have been named Clara and Mauricio, at the Noor Clinic, in Huixquilucan, Mexico, on Monday. But during one CT scan, which was live-streamed on Jaime's YouTube channel, they made another shocking discovery.

The pair claim their latest study showed Clara "was alive, was intact, was biological and was in gestation" as the CT scan showed "eggs" inside the body. They had previously shown Mexico's congress apparent X-rays of the mummy, telling them the "eggs" in the body had embryos inside.

Scientists, academics and UFO experts still aren't convinced by the pair's claims though, which have been described as an "unsubstantiated stunt". Dr Benitez challenged sceptical researchers to take samples from the bodies and conduct their own studies before branding it a hoax.

"Based on the DNA tests, which were compared with more than one million species… they are not related to what is known or described up to this moment by science or by human knowledge," he said. But it's not the first time the pair claimed to have discovered aliens.

Part of the suspicion around their finding is due to another incident back in 2015 when Jaimie and Dr Benitez claimed another mummified body found near Nazca in Peru belonged to an alien. But tests later revealed it was actually the remains of a human child.

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