An out-of-place artefact is an object that exists in a place in which it is impossible for it to exist.
OOPArts are often of interest to creationists and others who seek evidence that may refute the theory of evolution; they are also used to support religious descriptions of pre-history, ancient astronaut theories, or the notion of vanished civilizations that possessed knowledge or technology more advanced than our own.
An unnamed aeronautical engineer said it resembled the foot of landing gear not unlike the current space vehicles at the time, only smaller.
According to an article written by Boczor Iosif, a contributor to Hungarian paranormal magazines, it was found under 35 feet of sand and along side 2 mastodon bones. For three reasons some claim the wedge is proof that aliens came to visit Earth in the past.Two Baigong Pipes have been reported from the largest cave.One of these is described as being 40 cm (16 in) in diameter and preserved as a reddish-brown “half-pipe”.The site where the head was found seems to be a genuine pre-colonial site undisturbed during the colonial period. The starchild skull came into the possession of Lloyd Pye, a writer and lecturer in the field of alternative knowledge, in February 1999.
According to Pye, the skull was found around 1930 in a mine tunnel about 100 miles (200 km) southwest of the Mexican city of Chihuahua, Chihuahua, buried alongside a normal human skeleton which was exposed and lying supine on the surface of the tunnel. A dentist determined that it was a child’s skull, due to unerupted teeth being impacted in the associated upper right maxilla found with the skull.Its origin and meaning have been disputed ever since it was found in 1898 near Kensington, Minnesota.