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originally posted by: Baddogma
a reply to: Harte
No, don't think so, wasn't Pye's 'Starchild'... it was attached to a body (skeletal).
originally posted by: BaddogmaETA they mentioned Forrestoer (SP?) as a proponent of odd skulls in the area, but this find had a different provenance ... again, my memory is far from photographic, but it was a full skeleton and new. It was rather impressive... had forensic analysis, CGI imaging and (seemingly) impartial dna analysis. As I said, that show has, so far, said when claims were suspect and is more "rational" than the other of its ilk.
originally posted by: Baddogmaand the Baltic Sea thing really surprised me as I thought that was totally natural and bunk... but am rethinking it to a "maybe" now. They said it was likely to be artificial but could still be a cold war remnant... but the "skid marks" were very odd, and they confirmed 'coincidental' EM interference in the area.
originally posted by: Harte
It's like Hans says all the time around here.
The skeleton is that of a human being. "Mutants" and "hybrids" don't get merely one, single trait from their ancestors. If the thing was alien in any way, it would show up in the skeleton as well.