Starchild Skull Discoverer Lloyd Pye Dies

starchild-skullCryptoZooNews on Lloyd Pye, who died earlier this week and who argued for a human-alien connection based on a bizarre skull found in the Mexican desert:

Lloyd Anthony Pye is best known for his promotion of the Starchild skull, which he claims is the relic of a human-alien hybrid although DNA tests have shown it is from a human male. He also promote[d] the ideas that cryptozoological creatures such as Bigfoot are real and that aliens intervened to create life on Earth.

In addition to authoring books, Pye made television appearances on The Learning Channel, National Geographic Channel, Extra, Animal Planet, and Richard & Judy in the United Kingdom.

In the late 1990s, Pye obtained a curiously shaped skull from a couple in El Paso, Texas that he believes is an alien-human hybrid and proof that humans are descended from extraterrestrial beings he calls “terraformers”. DNA tests show that the skull is from a human male.

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  • Simon Valentine

    ^^top 5 reasons not to wear a corset while pregnant #4

  • Cosmo Ruckaz

    In fact the skull has not been ‘Proven’ to be a human male at all. If people took the time to go to Lloyd’s site and actually read the research and DNA results, they would see that is wrong. You cant rely on Wikipeda for all the answers. i quote from one section:
    “In 2010 a modified “shotgun” DNA recovery technique
    successfully recovered numerous coherent base-pair segments of the
    Starchild Skull’s
    nuclear DNA.
    They were analyzed by the National Institutes of Health BLAST
    program, and a substantial portion of the Starchild’s nuclear DNA
    was found to have “no significant similarity” to any DNA previously
    found on Earth.”

    That doesnt say that it was a human male.

  • Cosmo Ruckaz

    i quote;
    “From extremely shallow eye sockets to total lack of frontal
    sinuses, the Starchild skull’s physical traits cannot be
    accounted for by any known combination of deformities. The
    bone itself has a biochemical signature more like tooth
    enamel than bone, unlike anything currently known. And
    inside that unusual bone are microscopic fibers and a red
    residue that so far defy explanation.”

  • heinrich6666

    He didn’t ‘discover’ the skull. He was the first to promote it to the public.