Dr. Richard O’Connor, who originally stated that he did not believe that the mummy depicted in two slides presented at Jaime Maussan’s "Be Witness" event in Mexico City on May 5 was human, has now said that he does believe that it is the mummy of a child. He made the following statement on the MUFON radio program on station KGRA: "I’ve just, over the past 48 hours more or less, been looking at that, and it seems to me like it’s drawing us toward the conclusion that in fact is this photograph probably does represent a native American child.read more

A new image of a mummy has surfaced that bears significant resemblance to the one that appears in the slide originally presented at Jaime Maussan’s Cinco de Mayo "Be Witness" project in Mexico City. As Unknowncountry was unable to obtain permission to run the new image, we cannot post it here. The new slide does not appear to Unknowncountry.com’s photo experts to be a computer graphic, but Jaime Maussan has asserted that it is. The most notable difference between this slide and the one presented at the conference is that no right hand is present in the mummy shown in the new slide. If this is the same mummy, then the hand was removed between the time the slides presented by Mr. Maussan and the new one were made.read more

Jaime Maussan has now provided testimony from doctors, all concurring from different viewpoints that the slides he presented at a Mexico City conference on May 5, do not depict a human body. The fontanelles are observed to be closed like those of an adult. The orbit of the skull is 80-90 percent, not the 70 percent that is the size of the orbit in a human skull. The space between the eyes is wider than normal, and the nose is absent. The lower mandible exhibits hyperplasia and there is no evidence of the presence of an ear. read more

Dr. Richard O’Connor has been in the practice of medicine for 35 years. After viewing the two slides of an unknown body presented by Jaime Maussan in Mexico City on May 5, he offered the opinion in this video. He has been involved in hundreds of total knee replacements and joint repairs. He says "that’s what first got my attention when I saw the photograph."
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