BRIEF SUMMARY OF EVENT AND FOLLOW-UP:
A computer video file appeared anonymously on the Internet on 2007, teases about claims that an UFO crashed in the Peruvian Andes moutains in January 1974 in front of many witnesses; of which none is shown, named or acceptably quoted.
The video briefly shows an old wooden trunk in a shack containing what resembles a naked and degraded humanoid corpse which is claimed to have been recovered by the locals on the spot of UFO crash before the military silenced the incident (see images in this file).
The video, lacking any other information, promises revelations to come about this.
The alleged "Humanoid" is shown overall during 10 seconds only. No clothing or artefacts appear. The final text screen says: "Very soon, you will see the complete report with exclusive images. Be ready."
The video file name is "Alien_body_kept_in_Peru_for_33_years.wmv". The length of the video file is 1 minutes 25 seconds. The resolution is low, 320*240 pixels, it is heavily compressed.
As of November 12, 2007, is can be seen at video.google.co.uk... It seems to have appeared from the blog "http://journals.aol.co.uk/hgn53k/UFOSightingsDevonEngland/" where numerous "fringe" UFO stuff (Niburu, nazi saucers...) is published.
Originally posted by easynow
reply to post by internos
i don't know internos...i remember this from a long time ago and thought it was debunked and i have to say that the pictures i took seem to look different ?
i am saying fake but who really knows ?
Originally posted by Lebowski achiever
To me it looks like a papier maché on wire. The chest and the face seem too featureless. Mummies tend to dessicate and show the bones through skin. here that does not seem to happen. The Eyes sockets are too shallow with the optical nerve canal not being present as far as I could make out. Therefore, I say it is fake.
Originally posted by Leo Loeb
Other than sources that are directly linked to or commenting on these clips, I can't find any reference to the supposed UFO crash in the Andes in the 70s. Does this debunk the claim? Of course not. But it's a little odd.
If someone claims that an event is "well known" or "well documented' but then nothing independant turns up, that's weird and it makes the whole thing smell a bit off. It's a good story though, would've made for a good X Files episode.
I'd be more inclined to believe somebody who said they had recently uncovered something new/interesting about that alien that supposedly crashed and was buried in Texas back in the 19th century because at least that really is a well known incident.
Lloyd Pye will go down in history as a researcher who exposed elements of our species' hidden history and stood up to the wider war on consciousness. Forget the seemingly opposing camps of creationism and blind-watchmakers - it's darkly ironic that much of the UFO field have failed to pick-up on just how important Lloyd's work with the 'Starchild' skull could be. We're talking a possible missing link in the human-alien-hybrid scheme of things... a final piece of the puzzle in what Lloyd calls intervention theory. Here Lloyd talks to Alfred Webre - he explains the final, highly advanced DNA test is being done in the next few years.