When the Peruvian archaeologist first uncovered the elongated headed mummies on the coast in Peru, the Rockefeller people were all over the scene. They tried to tell him that they were only a few hundred years old, but some bones he found nearby were of camels - supposedly not in the Americas after about 10,000 years ago. That got hushed up really quickly, although I managed to translate his original report in Spanish before it went missing, and I still have a copy. Anyway, Rockefeller took several back to New York City with him. And they gathered all of the top scientists of the 1930s at the Met Museum to open a few of them up. One or more displayed green blood - that ran out of the materials he was wrapped in. Well, they looked at this very closely and, since the NY Times and many other newspapers were there, they had to do something. Because I have never seen any reports of any blood, let alone green in color, in mummies. And no, it was not part of the embalming liquids because they check that first thing. I have this newspaper article also on my computer, by the way. Anyway - the NY Times started to equate it with little green men, due to the abnormally elongated skulls and green blood, and that also got hushed up very quickly. Then they made a decision among the scientists. They shipped the whole thing off to Mayo Clinic to see what the heck was up. Of course, no report, no conclusions, never heard from again, no report at Mayo, and in fact, it probably never even arrived there. Anybody ever heard of some similar blood coming out of an elongated skull mummy?