The burial of a child of the 2nd century AD was discovered by archaeologists at the ancient necropolis of Kyz-Aul in the east of Crimea.
The expedition members dubbed him “the grave of an alien” as the skull of the 1 year old child was heavily deformed from barbaric tradition.
According to anthropologists, at the time of his death, the child was no more than one and a half years old.
Next to the skeleton of the child found a molded vessel, small beads of pastel glass and a bracelet of copper alloy.
It is possible that the boy was later destined to become a warrior to defend the Bosporan state as it is thought that changing the shape of a skull may also alter the nature of a man, for example, to increased aggressivity.
Or maybe these skulls are irrefutable evidence of contact with aliens.