‘Goblin alien’ dies in sleepy village street during terrifying invasion from UFO

A 'real life alien' has been found dead, but the body has already mysteriously disappeared.

The strange incident happened in the small town of Huarina, La Paz, Bolivia.

Little is known about the place, and only the last time its population of 1,300 was counted was in 2001.

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However, it has now hit the headlines thanks to a very mysterious encounter involving a UFO and a dead alien.

Local residents took images of the alleged deceased extraterrestrial lying in the gutter before it mysteriously disappeared earlier this month, much to their surprise.

It remains unclear whether a sneaky opportunist removed the alien corpse or whether its alien pals beamed it onboard their UFO before making an intergalactic getaway.

Two nights before the dead alien was found in the gutter, residents filmed an eerie green light in the night sky that they believed was an alien spacecraft.

They claimed that they then witnessed numerous figures running around the dark streets.

Villagers said the mysterious beings were very small and compared them to goblins.

Local resident Rita Marquez told local news outlets: “They were miniature beings, like those little people who appear to children.”

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Another resident said: “The closer we got we saw that it was an alien.”

And UFO expert Juan Carlos Aliaga said: “They sent me photos of what it was. This being, curled up.

“There has been no way to investigate with more details, but it will make us notice that if that creature has died, perhaps a small cemetery of these beings will be found.”

He added that the "residents know all about this" and said he would look into the matter.

The local authorities also got involved, asking villagers to not say too much about the alleged alien visit at this time.

According to reports, the regional tourism visitor visited the small town on a fact-finding mission and vowed that the authorities would carry out an investigation.


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