Two “alien corpses” have been presented to the Mexican Congress as the “queen” of all evidence.
Journalist and ufologist Jamie Maussan testified under oath that the mummified specimens were not part of the human “terrestrial evolution”.
The bodies were reported to be “1,000-year-old fossilised remains”.
Mr Maussan said: “These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom mines and were later fossilised.”
Before unveiling the “alien” corpses, Mr Maussan showed members of the Mexican Government and US officials several videos featuring “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena”.
He testified under oath that “30% of the specimens’ DNA was unknown”.
Mr Maussan has been vocal with claims of “alien” discoveries including five mummies that were found in Peru in 2017.
But these were later revealed to be mummified human children.
The hearing was attending by Mexican politicians and US officials, as well as former US Navy pilot Ryan Graves.
This is the second time Mr Graves has publicly discussed the validity of unidentified aerial phenomena, having appeared at the hearing held at US Congress in July 2023 to testify.
During the July hearing, Mr Graves told US Congress claimed that his squadron had repeatedly encountered mysterious flying objects.
The hearing was streamed live and marked the first time Congress had discussed investigations into UAP.
Whistleblower David Grusch also made claims under oath, saying that “non-human biologics” were found at alleged UAP crash sites.
Mr Grusch shared that in 2019 while he was assigned to the National Reconnaissance Office, the agency that operates US spy satellites, he was asked by the head of a government take force on UAPs to identify all highly classified programmes relating to the take force’s mission.
“I was informed in the course of my official duties of a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse-engineering programme to which I was denied access,” he said.
When asked whether the US government had information about extra-terrestrial life, Mr Grusch claimed that the US likely has been aware of “non-human” activity since the 1930s.
The Pentagon denied the claims made by Mr Grusch.