On May 5, 1995, Ray Santilli, a business man from England,
announced to the world that while researching old film material for a music production, he had obtained military footage of
an autopsy performed on one of the aliens that died in the crash at Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
The footage showed an alien with human like features,
but with no hair, a bulbous stomach, and large black almond shaped eyes. The alien was damaged in the crash, which is visible
in a very large leg wound. The film is 17 minutes long, silent and in black and white.
This same footage was later shown on Fox Television as "Alien
Autopsy-Fact or Fiction?" Since it's release in early 1995, it has been the center of debate among skeptics and the ufological
Some experts have analyzed the film and found mistakes
in the procedures carried out by the doctors performing the autopsy. Holding the scissors backwards, for example. However,
given the possibility of what they had on the table could be the real thing, who wouldn't make a few mistakes, we are human
feel the film is genuine, and was allowed to be released because the government knew that the acceptance level of the video
would be very low. What better way to sway the public than give them the truth, straight out, sometimes truth is more disturbing
than fiction, so people simply brush it off saying, it's too good to be true.