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Originally posted by eaglewingz
[Here's a photo of the rear of the "skull". As I thought, it is not solid. Notice how the area around the rear hole matches the flatness of the front. That's where the other vertebra would fit to make the spine.
Any paleontologist would identify this as a vertebra in an instant, I'm quite sure.
Using a young cow's skull, by force, he accelerated the normal process of breaking the skull (naturally this happens for a year or so after the death of the cow) and received as a result an exact copy of the mysterious skull. This TV show took place after the first skull was found in 2001. End of Mystery!
Originally posted by Rren
But if you really want to see some cool stuff check out this site: www.burlingtonnews.net...
Was There a Race of People that Had Horns?
Could this just be another coverup by our archeological societies?
Things that make ya go Hmmmmm.
CONCLUSION: With the lack of either photographic or extreme dry specimen evidence of such human horns, we would propose that benign calvarial tumors, such as osteomas, may have initiated speculation that such entities, i.e., horns, exist in humans but that scalp lesions, exaggeration, legend, and religious beliefs have historically propagated these entities to a mythical status. In addition, early surgical intervention and changes in nomenclature may have also decreased the frequency of such sightings. Finally, many early descriptions have not been repeated in recent history, even in third-world countries lacking advanced medical care.
A cutaneous horn is a protrusion from the skin made up of cornified material. These horns can be derived from a variety of epidermal lesions, both benign and malignant. This historical article reviews a number of early instances of cutaneous horns, some reported in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Danish anatomist Thomas Bartholin was the first to have a correct theory of the ethiology of these horny growths, and the English surgeons John Hunter and Everard Home confirmed his findings in the late 18th century.
Originally posted by eaglewingz
I'd like some more info on how this find was "covered up". Was it the government? Has this book been suppressed? Don't leave us hanging with a teaser in the title, and then give no info or links
Originally posted by The_Guy
I am posting the photos of the alien skull found in 2003 in Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian guy holding the skull on the photo is the one who found it while he was hiking in the Rodopa mountain (South Bulgaria).
On the first photo he is holding a book published after the discovery of an identical skull in 2002.
The first skull was found in the same area.
The book contains detailed photos of the first skull along with chemical analysis results and measurements.
There are two theories about the origins of the two skulls.
First theory - these are the skulls of alien, extra-terrestrial beings.
Second theory - the skulls are of sheep.