Russian police officers found the body of a little creature in the town of Kyshtym in the Chelyabinsk region in 1996. The local media dubbed the thing as Kyshtym alien due to its minute size and unusual features. A local doctor did an autopsy on the body and discovered it was neither animal nor human, probably a lifeform that was not yet discovered.
The unearthly body was brought to the anatomy department of the local hospital and the in charge of the anatomy department Dr. Stanoslav Samoshkin made the following conclusion after an examination.
The skull of the creature was made up of 4 bones, but human skull consists of six bones. The skeleton structure of the body was different to a person, and it did not look like any congenital malformations known even today.
The mummified creature measured nearly 10 inches in length with enlarged and disfigured head. It had huge eye sockets that occupied a lot of space in the face. The Kyshtym alien presumably looked different from humans when it was still alive. However, a seemingly the same mummified body called Ata was discovered in the Atacama Desert in 2003.
The international media named the mummified body as Uralian Alien. The exact origins of the Kyshtym alien were not yet established, but it has been a discovery that arouses the attention of people worldwide. Analyst and paranormal researcher Vadim Chernobrov went to Moscow to examine the body and concluded that it was not human after performing a genetic analysis.
The gene samples did not match to the ones in the laboratory. DNA experts failed to find any creatures with the same elongated DNA molecule.
Strangely, the mummified alien body disappeared all of a sudden, thus making it impossible to conduct further research and confirm Chernobrov’s claims. Numerous investigations and searches of the lost body were made, but all have been a failure.
Rumors started to spread about the mummified alien body being cursed. Researchers and people who got involved with the creature had fatal accidents and tragedies, including Prosvirina and Chernobrov.