“Tiny winged-human skeletons” found in a London home?

  • Mysterious skeletons of winged humans, bodies of mythical creatures and even aliens were allegedly discovered in a home in London
  • The mysterious relics were said to be the collection of Thomas Merrylin, an 18th-century aristocrat with a distinct taste for the unusual
  • Alex CF, the curator of the museum, claims he has inherited all of Merrylin’s collection which is now being taken cared of by more than 20 artists

LONDON, United Kingdom – Mysterious skeletons of winged humans, bodies of mythical creatures and even aliens were allegedly discovered in a home in London.

Paul Christian mentioned in his article for The Mirror published on May 29 that the mysterious relics were said to be the collection of Thomas Merrylin; an 18th-century aristocrat with a distinct taste for the unusual.

The relics were claimed to be found sealed in the basement of a London house in 2006, and discoverers are saying the relics might just change the science we know and accept right now.

At present, all of the bizarre collections were kept at the Merrylin Cryptid Museum and was told to give a very unusual feeling to anyone who will see it.

Alex CF, the curator of the museum, claims he has inherited all of Merrylin’s collection. He said that the exhibits are now being taken cared of by more than 20 artists.

Although collections are placed in a museum, the official website of Merrylin Cryptid Museum said it won’t be open to the public. However, the collection can be viewed online.

An article by Harley Tamplin for Metro said that Alex CF also claims that the diaries left behind by Merrylin refer to “all sorts of advanced ideas that didn’t exist at the time, such as quantum physics and the multiverse theory”.

True, the story of Merrylin and his collection might be a little hard to believe for some, but most of the mystery fanatics applaud the curator’s effort. Perhaps the time will come when the public is allowed to see up close whether the mysterious creatures collection are indeed real.

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