Keywords : Tiny alien, Concepcion, Chile 2002.
Koi Alien Photo 53appears on various websites with captions along the lines of "Alien, Chile, 2002".
While it has been suggested to me that Koi Alien Photo 53 shows the dessicated remains of a human fetus, it seems more likely that this particular photograph shows the remains of a small mammal known as a "monito de monte" (mountain monkey).
Many UFO websites publish photographs of "aliens" with little, if any, accompanying text.
In the course of researching another photograph of an "alien" (Koi Alien Photo 10), I contacted "Dapper Cadaver" (a "specialty store for the finest death related props, Halloween props, haunted house decor, and oddities"). In passing, its owner generously commented upon this photo and several others on this website (email dated 4 January 2011 to Isaac Koi from BJ Winslow). Mr Winslow observed in relation to Koi Alien Photo 54 that he recognized the bone structure as "clearly a human fetuses dessicated remains. It's not uncommon to find these things when people are keeping abortions secret". He went on to say that "The dessicated fetus [in Koi Alien Photo 54] on your site is probably about 5 months old. Note the suture down the front of the forehead, absent in adults, but present in fetuses, and the toothless, sunken in jaw". He went on to state the photo on this page (i.e. Koi Alien Photo 53) is also a photo of another dessicated fetus, as is Koi Alien Photo 40.
In his informative comments, Mr Winslow drew to my attention a tableau of dessicated human fetuses. The photograph below (labelled "koi_ap_54_j") was taken by Joanna Ebenstein for her website, the Secret Museum, which shows her "exhibition of photographs exploring the poetics of hidden, untouched and curious collections from around the world." It shows a fetal skeleton tableau (from Paris, circa 17th century).
Notice the similarities to the "alien" in "Koi Alien Photo 53"?
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