5 Mysterious Skulls That Science Couldn’t Explain
The following skulls were discovered all around the globe and as the title suggests scientists cannot actually explain their existence in the first place.
So, without further ado, let’s start off with the first on this list, aka the Paracas Skulls. In case you didn’t know already, the Paracas Skulls were originally discovered in 1928 in the Peruvian desert by Julio Tello.
What sets these skulls apart from the rest is the fact that they are at least 3,000 years old by now, they are naturally elongated, 60% heavier than normal skulls and they aren’t even entirely human as they are believed to actually contain alien DNA inside.
More than 300 of them were uncovered in this site as experts believe that they are the last remains of a new species of alien-human hybrids. The Rhodope skull, on the other hand, was discovered by a Plovdiv resident and as far as we know it’s even more mysterious than the former ones.
Only one was ever encountered and despite its rather massive size it only weighs 250 grams in total and it has six mysterious cavities which could be the place where sensory organs would lie. If you’d look closely at the skull you can also see that it doesn’t have a mouth.
The Sealand’s Skull is a more recent finding that was reported on in 2010. Many believed that because of its small size and strangely massive eyes this is the skull of a mammal but that’s not entirely true as far as we can tell.
This prehistoric bison skull has a massive bullet hole in it. You can find it at the Museum of Paleontology in Moscow and as you can see, despite the fact that it is said to date back to 30,000 years ago it has a massive bullet hole in it.
The following extraterrestrial skulls that were discovered in Russia were all discovered by an ethnographer named Vladimir Melikov in a newly discovered cave from Mount Bolshoi Tjach.