The Kyshtym Being: Dwarf, Alien Being Or What Exactly Was That Strange Creature? (VIDEO)

Alyoshenka (a diminutive of the Russian male first name Alexey) or the Kyshtym Dwarf — humanoid artifact discovered in 1996 at the southern outskirts of Kyshtym in the village of Kaolinovy, Chelyabinsk region of Russia, representing unidentified mummified remains of biological origin.

Tamara Vasilyevna Prosvirina (a mentally ill pensioner) spotted a strange “monster” near Kyshtym, in May 1996. A lonely pensioner was given a “telepathic order” to get up and visit the graveyard as soon possible.

The retiree, however, was suffering from a mental illness and began to visit the cemetery to collect flowers and bring images of the dead to the house.

Tamara Vasilievna, a peaceful woman, was not irritable and only visited a mental institution when she was in distress. It is not surprising that she did not seem to be affected by the darkness of the cemetery’s “strolling”.

Another peculiarity was the discovery of the person who had called her when she went to the “call”. The elderly woman was sympathetic and decided to bring the small creature with big eyes along. She wrapped it in some cloth, brought it home, fed it, then named her “new boy” Alyoshenka.

Tamara had the odd child for only three weeks. The strange behavior of Tamara’s child was noticed by neighbors. The neighbors went to the doctor, who admitted the old woman to a mental hospital. She cried and claimed that her young son had gone unattended at home.

Tamara, however, had no hallucinations. Galina Alferova was her daughter-inlaw and a relative who saw the bizarre creature.

Because the “unknown little beast” was not doing anything wrong, the busy women did not give it much thought. It was just drinking water from its spoon and eating caramel, curd and milk.

The strange “baby”, who was left alone in an empty home without the best of care from his grandma, died.

The police found “Alyoshenka,” after a thorough search. The little body was dry and wrinkled, with many wrinkles.

The corpse was then examined by a number of professionals, including pathologists and women’s health specialists, who determined that it wasn’t a human corpse. His appearance was quite different.

The skull and skeleton did not have an human-like structure. Although a species may be capable of mutating extremely fast, it is not possible to mutate to that extent.

Ufologists were fascinated in the bones and “Alyoshenka”, a non-human body, was given to them. Ufologists think the mummies moved from one hand to another for a while, and then disappeared… One “New Russian”, from Yekaterinburg, claims it is in his collection.

It’s difficult, however, to know with certainty the current location of the mysterious species.


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