Alien

Autopsy of Extraterrestrial Admitted to be Real

Experts in photography and history from Kodak in Rochester, New York, announced that the photographs of the dead alien that became widespread a few years ago are completely authentic.

American expert Tom Carey told the Daily Mail that he is in possession of other photographs that prove that there were dissections made on creatures from another planet.

Carey received the valuable photos on a filmstrip from a former intelligence agent, who operated during World War II. The ufologist claims that the images documented a real autopsy in a secret American base.

The experts explain that the emulsion covering the negative of the photographs is not the result of image manipulation.

The film of the extraterrestrial autopsy: fact or fiction?

It was first aired live in Great Britain in 1995. The filmmakers claim that it is the autopsy of an alien that died in the Roswell UFO crash in 1947.

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Ray Santilli, the film producer working in London stated that he bought the footage from an American cameraman, who was thought to have been sent in 1947 to Roswell to film the remains of the beings from the crashed object, as well as the autopsy that was to follow of one of them.

The footage was so shocking that the producer immediately paid $150 000 for it.

According to eyewitness accounts, the spacecraft crashed in the period between the end of May and the beginning of June 1947 in a desert near Socorro, New Mexico. The events surrounding the crash developed very quickly and after several few days everything was driven to complete secrecy.

The footage shows 2 extraterrestrial bodies about 5 ft (1.5 m) tall and completely identical to one another. They had large, oval and dark eyes. One was wounded while the other looked to be in better condition.

In September 1995, at an international conference in San Marino, experts in physics, chemistry, pathology and computers came to the unanimous conclusion that the film was not fake.

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