Bradford County | Pennsylvania horned skull | The skull is said to have been discovered in France between 1920 and 1940, but its current whereabouts are unknown. Surnateum, The Museum of Supernatural History, however, claims to have analyzed the skull. | Their analysis demonstrated that the horns were genuinely part of the skull. The analysis concluded: “An in-depth examination and X-rays leave no room for doubt: the skull is NOT a forgery.” | Several human skulls with horns protruding from them were discovered in a burial mound at Sayre, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, in the 1880’s.
In May 2001 an unidentified skull was found in Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria. It has the size of a baby’s head and it weights about 250 grams. A disk-shaped smooth metal object was found nearby the skull too. Some people think that the alloy it was made of cannot be composed on the Earth. Scientists explored the skull and no one was unable to identify it. | Primary DNA test showed that the examined material does not match to any of the known species. But for a full test the skull probably must be destroyed. (Could be an unidentified bone part from an animal).
“Mexican experts found a cemetery a few thousand years old in the state of Sonora that has features never seen before in that region and extending the zone of influence of the Mesoamerican peoples.”, said archaeologists from the Institute of National Anthropology and History (INAH).