A dead extraterrestrial humanoid is said to have been found among charred debris, following an explosion in the skies above the Yucatan Peninsula.
The bizarre incident took place almost two years ago but a satisfying explanation has yet to surface. One evening in September of 2013, residents of the small town of Ichmul in Mexico were startled by a loud boom.
Fearing for their safety, they watched in awe as a large fireball lit the sky in brilliant blue and green colors, before ultimately crashing several miles north of their homes.
Witnesses reported that blue flames continued to burn for hours at the crash site, while a power outage left thousands without electricity. The following day, curious residents decided to investigate the newly-formed crater and they made a shocking discovery.
Strewn across the area were thousands of metallic fragments, ranging in shape and size. Closer inspection revealed the largest of the fragments could be pieced together to form the unmistakable shape of a humanoid.
Pieces of what appeared to have been machinery were also recovered. The authorities came and picked up the bizarre scraps but were unable to offer an explanation. In the mean time, Ichmul residents could only speculate on what exactly had fallen in their backyards.
The incident baffled UFO enthusiasts from all over the world.
The people who found it said they found ‘parts’ all over the ground…they didn’t use the word ‘pieces,’ which means they thought they looked like technology.
This is alien tech and it’s in the hands of people that haven’t the slightest clue at how valuable it is. Alien tech is so advanced that the circuitry is built with the body in one piece…think of the blood veins inside our body but micro-sized”—UFOlogist Scott Waring
The authorities’ only statement was that the fragments recovered seemed to match the usual meteor composition but beyond that—nothing.