The Kyshtym Dwarf, also referred to as Alyoshenka (a diminutive of the male first name Alexey in Russian), is a humanoid artifact that was discovered in 1996 on the outskirts of Kyshtym in the hamlet of Kaolinovy in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia. It shows unexplained mummified remains of biological origin.
In the village of Kaolinovoe near Kyshtym in May 1996, Tamara Vasilyevna Prosvirina, a mentally ill pensioner, noticed a peculiar “monster.” An urgent “telepathic instruction” to get up and go to the cemetery was given to a lonely retiree.
However, because of a mental ailment, the retiree frequently visited the cemetery, collecting flowers and even bringing pictures of the deceased from the monuments to her home.
Tamara Vasilievna was generally composed, did not offend anyone, and only went to a mental hospital under really stressful situations. It’s hardly surprising that she didn’t mind spending the dark night “strolling” through the cemetery.
Another strange thing was that when the woman responded to the “call,” she discovered the person who had contacted her. The sweet old lady made the decision to bring the tiny creature with the enormous eyes home with her, feeding it, giving it a name, Alyoshenka, and wrapping it in some sort of cloth.
The strange youngster Tamara had only been with her for three weeks. Where have you ever seen an elderly woman giving birth? said one of her neighbors as they began to detect something peculiar about her conduct. The elderly woman was placed in a mental facility after the residents went to the physicians. She sobbed and said that a kid had been left home alone.
Tamara, however, didn’t have either auditory or visual hallucinations. Galina Alferova, her daughter-in-law, and a relative saw a bizarre creature.
The “unknown tiny animal” was eating caramel, curd, and milk while drinking water from a spoon, so the busy ladies didn’t pay any attention to it.
The weird “infant” passed away after being left in an empty house without even the most fundamental care from his grandma.
A search led to the discovery of “Alyoshenka.” A little body had dry, wrinkly skin that was covered with countless wrinkles.
The body was then evaluated by a group of specialists, including pathologists and gynecologists, who concluded that it was neither human nor a baby. He stood out from the rest of the group in terms of appearance.
The cranium and bones did not like those of a person. Even if a species may mutate quite aggressively, it is challenging to alter to such an extent.
Ufologists, who were given the moniker “Alyoshenka” since it wasn’t a human body, were intrigued by the bones. The mummies moved from person to person for a while before disappearing. Ufologists think it was taken by aliens, even though one “New Russian” from Yekaterinburg claims it is in his own collection.
However, it is challenging to identify the odd species’ exact location.