The results are in.
The tiny “non-human” mummified remains found in Peru over the summer that spurred dozens of alien conspiracy theories are nothing more than dolls, forensic experts ruled.
The creepy figures — with only three fingers on each hand and elongated ET-style heads — are made with paper, glue, metal and human and animal bones, the country’s prosecutor’s office said Friday.
“The conclusion is simple: they are dolls assembled with bones of animals from this planet, with modern synthetic glues, therefore they were not assembled during pre-Hispanic times,” forensic archaeologist Flavio Estrada, who led the analysis, told reporters.
“They are not extraterrestrials; they are not aliens.”
Experts on Friday showed reporters 2-foot-long dolls dressed in red, orange and green clothes.
They said examinations showed the bones of birds, dogs and other animals were used to create the effigies, except for their “very poorly” built hands, which were created with human bones.
Officials still do not know who owns the freakish figures, only stating that they were sent to a Mexican citizen before they were seized by South American customs agents.
Conspiracies ran wild in September when ufologist José Jaime Maussan and some Mexican lawmakers emphatically asserted on the floor of Congress that the corpses were authentic.
Maussan claimed the bodies — whom he dubbed Clara and Mauricio — were between 700 and 1,800 years old, found in 2017 in Cusco, Peru, near the pre-Columbian Nazca Lines.
“This is the first time it (extraterrestrial life) is presented in such a form and I think there is a clear demonstration that we are dealing with non-human specimens that are not related to any other species in our world,” he said in September.
Last month, Maussan and researchers testified that 30% of the remains’ DNA is from an “unknown species,” while the remaining DNA remained unclear.
The team also presented images of the corpses proving they did not have lungs or ribs — which makes sense considering the pair were handmade dolls.
The UFO enthusiast made similar claims about corpse-like dolls in 2017, which were later discovered to be “recently manufactured dolls, which have been covered with a mixture of paper and synthetic glue to simulate the presence of skin.”
While the mystery of the figures has been solved, how they were transported to Mexico after being seized in Peru is still under investigation.
Peruvian Culture Minister Leslie Urteaga — who said the dolls were pre-Hispanic objects — filed a criminal complaint in September.
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