An exotic-looking skull discovered years ago in a Texas creek is just now being shared with the alien/UFO community. Initially the married couple who found the small object didn't think much of it, but when they failed to get a definitive identification of it from local experts, and also noticed the object's striking resemblance to the mysterious "Alien" skull discovered in Bulgaria in 2001, they thought it was worth reporting to MUFON (case 86352):
My wife and i found this skull some years back at a creek while popping fireworks with our kids.My wife thought it was an owl skull and kept it. We didn't think anything about it and the skull was packed up for years. We only found it again these last couple years after going through storage. This time we looked the skull up,we quickly realized that this was no normal skull.We we're really excited about sharing what we found with the world and eagerly seeked a professional.After searching endlessly and judged by many,years nothing.We did our own research on the internet and discovered that the skull looks very similar to "the alien head found in Bulgeria". We contacted several people and no one will take us serious. We got told it was a bird skull by the museum who never actually physically seen the skull. So here we are today years later still as clueless as we were the day we found it. We want to know where to go to get it tested and find out exactly what it "was". Please help lead us on the right path.
What do you think of this odd-looking skull found in the Dallas/Fort Worth area? Could it belong to a bird or some other known animal, or could it indeed be alien? It is identical to the skull discovered in Bulgaria, but perhaps both cases can be explained as bird skulls with missing or broken off pieces.
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