In 2003, whispers of a mummified form, unlike any known to mankind, stirred the echelons of science. Dubbed a ‘mutant entity’ by Professor Harry Nolan, its origins remained shrouded in mystery. Ramon Navia, from the enigmatic Institute for Exobiological Studies, hinted at the discovery of a diminutive mummy.
Fast forward to a recent expedition into the heart of the Atacama Desert. Within a cavern’s shadowy recesses, a peculiarly elongated skull, reminiscent of the infamous “Ata”, was unearthed.
Enter Brian Fester, a luminary in the study of arcane remains, both terrestrial and possibly celestial. His observation revealed the skull, cloaked in a silvery layer of flesh, seemingly impervious to the desert’s ravages. While the contours and characteristics might lead many to think of an extraterrestrial origin, Fester treads with caution, hesitant to leap to cosmic conclusions.
Sent to the realm of laboratories, fragments of bone and tissue undergo a battery of tests, awaiting DNA revelations. But for now, the answers elude us. History reminds us of the elongated craniums seen in ancient South Americans, leading many to ponder if this was another such specimen.
Could this be a testament to the age-old cranial molding practice? A ritual only whispered about and rarely seen? Yet, as investigations delve deeper, there are those who hint at obfuscation, perhaps a concerted effort by skeptics of the extraterrestrial realm.