Excavations from all over the world have turned up quite a number of bizarre skulls that could not have belonged to any human or known animal. The Sealand Skull is one of the strangest—and least known—supposedly alien craniums out there. This outlandish relic was discovered in July 2007 by workers replacing sewer pipes in a home in Ølstykke, Denmark. Not knowing what to make of the item, the workers handed it over to the home owners, who in turn kept the skull secret for the next three years. In 2010, they…

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Construction Workers Discover Skull of William Wallace

A team of construction workers employed at demolishing an old pub last month in the Bermondsey district of the London borough of Southwark, have discovered an ancient and badly damaged wooden crate containing three pierced human skulls, presumably the severed heads of criminals or traitors that had been impaled on pikes and displayed at the southern gatehouse of the Old London Bridge. The remains, which were sent to the Ireland to be analyzed by a team of archaeologists associated with the National Museum of Ireland, have turned out to be those of 14th Century rebel heroes of the Wars…

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Utah Man Finds Fossilized Bigfoot Skull?

An avid Bigfoot enthusiast in Utah believes that he has found a petrified skull from the elusive creature while hiking in the woods.   Todd May claims that he discovered the alleged cryptid cranium after previously having seen the creature on two separate occasions. These sightings inspired May to explore the area further and, during a search for fossils in Utah’s Ogden Canyon in 2013, stumbled upon the potential skull. According to an interview with the Times Record News of Wichita Falls, May was certain that the strange stone was…

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