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 "The Starchild Skull" by Lloyd Pye

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PostSubject: "The Starchild Skull" by Lloyd Pye   Thu Jun 04, 2009 5:37 pm

When I picked up "The Starchild Skull", I could not put it down. I read the entire book during the night. The book is the fascinating story of the Starchild skull seen on UFO Hunters. Mr Pye writes about how he came upon the skull and the story of the skull up to that point. He then starts on an odyssey of finding out more about the skull. He goes to many different specialists and the majority of them say it is a deformed skull. The skull baffles them, but they stick with their statements. Most of the specialists are cordial to Mr Pye, but some of them are downright dismissive.
It does seem like the skull has so many defects it is hard to believe the individual lived as long as he did. The tests from the teeth indicate the Starchild lived longer than the suggested age of five or six. There are many other interesting facts I will let the future readers here discover for themselves. All I will say is Mr Pye has a true enigmatic skull on his hands.
The book is very well paced and introduces us to a fascinating world. I may not agree with Mr Pye on his views of Zecharia Sitchin's theories, but the questions both authors raise make a lot of sense.
The Starchild skull only got a small segment on UFO Hunters. The book reveals much more information on this fascinating subject. I recommend this book to the fans of the show and others willing to open their horizons to the possibility that there may be proof of aliens right now.
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