Alien Child Remains | Star Child Skull | The Conspiracy Show | S2E18


The Star Child Skull – Richard meets the owners of an abnormal humanoid skull allegedly discovered in Mexico in the 1930s and a researcher who has had the skull subjected to numerous tests including carbon-14 dating, and DNA in order to determine it’s origin. Is it the skull of a badly deformed child? Is it a hoax? Is it the remains of an extraterrestrial? Is it a human-alien hybrid? The caretaker of the skull, an expert in facial reconstruction, and a skeptic offer their perspectives on this most unusual relic.
Stars: Richard Syrett, Jim Marrs, Richard Dolan, Richard Crouse, Nelson Thall, Michael Shermer
Michael Shermer, Stanton Friedman
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