Jaime Maussan

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José Jaime Maussan Flota
Born (1953-05-31) May 31, 1953 (age 64)
Chiapas
Education National Autonomous University of Mexico
Miami University
Occupation Journalist

José Jaime Maussan Flota (born May 31, 1953) is a Mexican journalist, television personality and ufologist.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Jaime Maussan studied journalism at UNAM and Miami University in Ohio, United States.

Since 1970 he has been a reporter at various newspapers and broadcasting outlets, among them El Sol de México, XEX Radio and with Televisa, he worked at 24 Horas newscast. With Televisa he was a correspondent at the United States and a general assignment reporter for the Domingo a Domingo (Sunday to Sunday) program hosted by Jacobo Zabludovsky. He also produced stories for the Sunday show.

In June 1990 he received a Global 500 award from Mostafa Kamal Tolba Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).[3]

In 1991 Jaime Maussan broke records at Mexican Television next to Nino Canun and his program Y usted que opina?, since they transmitted for over 11 hours and a half on the subject of UFOs.[citation needed]

Jaime became the leading expert, in June 2017, involved in the analysis of 5 mummies discovered in Peru at the region where the UNESCO World Heritage Nazca Lines site is located. The images of these findings were initially aired in a documentary sponsored by Gaia,_Inc. and it allegedly shows a crouched mummified body of a humanoid figure with an elongated skull and three fingers on each hand and foot.)


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Controversy[edit]

Snopes reported that Maussan "led an event called Be Witness, at which a mummified body — purportedly that of an alien — was unveiled. Later, though, that 'alien' discovery was debunked. The mummified corpse was shown to be that of a human child.".[4]


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