The Starchild Skull

starchild— Featured on UFO Hunters, the Starchild Skull is an unusually elongated and flat skull further distinguished by extremely shallow eye sockets and a total lack of front sinuses, morphology which cannot be accounted for by any known combination of deformities.  The skull appears similar to what one might anticipate from the “Greys,” the classic alien stereotype. UFO afficionados speculate that the skull may be that of a Grey alien/human hybrid.

The Starchild Skull was found in a tunnel in Mexico in 1930, and clinically speaking is that of a young male child.  Carbon-14 dating places the skull at about 900 years old, with mitochondrial DNA identifiable as coming from a human mother; useful lengths of nuclear DNA have not yet been recovered.

The skull is comprised of real bone, although the bone is half as thick, weighs half as much, and is substantially more durable than normal human bone.  There are also microscopic fibers and a reddish residue inside the bone that defies explanation.

Hydrocephaly has been ruled out as a cause of the abnormalities, although this does not rule out an as of yet unidentified illness causing the malformations…the truth is out there!

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3 Comments on “The Starchild Skull”

  1. Carycomic Says:

    “Starchild?” Wasn’t that the stage-name for one of the original members of KISS?

    • vulpesffb Says:

      “Starchild” should also not be confused with “StarFox” of video game fame, or “Star Man,” a rather good movie about an alien visitor…

  2. Carycomic Says:

    The first time I ever heard the name “Starfox” was in the Marvel Comic book THE MIGHTY AVENGERS. It was the code-name given to Eros of Titan (one of the Saturnian Eternals).


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