Alyoshenka (a diminutive of the Russian male first name Alexey) or the Kyshtym Dwarf — humanoid artifact discovered in 1996 at the southern outskirts of Kyshtym in the village of Kaolinovy, Chelyabinsk region of Russia, representing unidentified mummified remains of biological origin. Tamara Vasilyevna Prosvirina, a mentally ill pensioner, spotted a weird “monster” in the village of Kaolinovoe near Kyshtym in May 1996. A lonely retiree received a “telepathic instruction” to get up and go to the graveyard as soon as possible.
Tamara only had the strange kid for three weeks. Neighbors began to notice something odd about her behavior: where have you seen an old woman having a baby? The people went to the physicians, who admitted the elderly woman to a mental facility. She sobbed and claimed that a youngster had been unattended in her home… Tamara, on the other hand, experienced no hallucinations. Galina Alferova, her daughter-in-law and a relative, saw a bizarre creature.But the busy women didn’t give the “unknown little animal” much thought because it was doing nothing wrong: it was sipping water from a spoon and sucking on caramel, curd, and milk. The weird “baby” died after being abandoned in an empty house without even the most basic of care from his grandma. During a search, the police located “Alyoshenka.” A little body was wrinkled and dry, with many creases in the skin. Following that, various professionals inspected the corpse, including pathologists and gynecologists, who all concluded that it was neither a human nor an infant corpse. He had a radically different appearance.
The skeleton and skull did not have a human-like structure. Even though a species can mutate extremely powerfully, it is impossible to mutate to such a degree. Ufologists were interested in the bones, and because it wasn’t a human body, “Alyoshenka” was given to them. The mummies went from hand to hand for a long time, then vanished… Ufologists think it was taken by aliens, although one “New Russian” from Yekaterinburg claims it is in his own collection. It is, however, hard to determine with certainty where the mysterious species is currently.