Alien Remains Found In Fireball Crash Landing In Yucatan, Mexico [VIDEO]? Locals Recover Remains After Falling Object Causes Power Outage
By Staff Writer | October 01, 2013 01:23 PM EDT
A recent report of alien remains being discovered after a fireball explosion and crash landing is going viral on the internet, as photos and videos of the incident continue to intrigue observers.
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Reportedly, the incident occurred September 27 or 28 in Yucatan, Mexico around 8:30 at night, where local residents experienced a booming explosion after an object crashed into the ground.
The alleged crash subsequently knocked over power lines and caused a power outage in the town.
According to strangesounds.org, locals experienced "strange light phenomenon, flaming object falling from the sky, thundering noise, blue haze, power outage, fire" and more during this event.
What makes this incident even more intriguing is the discovery of what locals believe to be humanoid remains from the falling object which could be alien in nature.
According to reports, people retrieved "strange parts" embedded into the ground which when put together, formed humanoid figures.
Given the mysterious circumstances of the incident, some alien and UFO enthusiasts are excitedly theorizing the cause of the crash and the origin of the remains.
"Let me present to you the scenario I believed happened. The drone or alien robot was doing maintenance outside the ship when it accidentally was cut loose attached to some large piece of equipment, maybe radar or communications," writes UFO Sightings Daily found Scott Waring.
"I say communications because then if communications could work for it, this probably would not have happened. The robot or alien in a suit works hard to establish communications, but failed and was caught in Earth's gravitational field, pulling it though our atmosphere, scorching it and melting it along the way. That's what I believed happened."
Check out some videos of the potentially alien remains below and judge for yourself:
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