On June 4th 2019 a document labelled “Alien Autopsy Proof” was anonymously uploaded to the IMGUR site
The document appears to be an internal National Institute of Discovery Science
(NIDS) memo from Eric Davis to Robert Bigelow.
Those on the distribution list of this memo included Robert Bigelow, Colm Kelleher (a biochemist), Eric Davis (a theoretical physicist), Christopher
‘Kit’ Green (former intelligence medical advisor with the CIA) and Hal Puthoff (a former Stanford Research Institute Scientologist). All of whom
were working for NIDS directly or in some form of advisory role.
NIDS was a privately funded group who investigated alleged paranormal matters under the stewardship of Las Vegas billionaire Robert Bigelow. The memo
includes various communications between 31st July 1999 and 23rd March 2001 regarding the purported recovery of alien bodies near Roswell and the
possibility that a subsequent autopsy was conducted and captured on film. The document has as yet not been confirmed as genuine.
The Memo Summarized
Kit Green claims to have received some three government briefings about UFOs and aliens. One included alleged alien autopsy photos and reports.
Green’s analysis was summarised by Eric Davis as follows:
• There were alien landings later in 1952, 1953, 1964 and 1984
• The Alien Autopsy film/video is real
• The filmed alien cadaver is real, and is the same as the photos Kit saw at the Pentagon during a (2nd) briefing in 1987/88.
• He has very good reason to believe that the alien autopsy tissues are located at WR-AFIP (Walter Reid - Armed Forces Institute for
• Army physicians conducted the medical procedure seen in the autopsy film.
• The alien is not human....
The Genesis of the Alien Autopsy Film
In the early 1990s Ray Santilli (pictured below) was a rather small time music/media distributor. He later became infamous as the man behind the Alien
Autopsy Film. A story that caught the attention of the world’s media and fired up the imagination of the people.
Here is the story of how that came to be as told by the various people involved.
You should remain suspicious of all of their tales.
The footage in the Santilli film was supposed to show the autopsy of an alien found dead at a UFO crash site in 1947 near Roswell. It was purportedly
filmed by a military cameraman at Fort Worth Army Air Base a short time after the body was recovered. As the alleged story went, the cameraman
returned most of the footage but kept hold of a number of reels that needed further treatment and were never picked up by the military. So he stored
them for forty-five years until Ray Santilli turned up in Florida in 1992 looking for old rock’n roll footage. But the cameraman had some entirely
different footage to sell as well.
He sold twenty-three (maybe more, maybe less..the story varies
) film reels showing an alien autopsy to Ray for $100k!
The "Santilli Footage" consists of four different films including crash debris, footage shot in a tent and the dissections and autopsies of the
strange entities. The film was allegedly checked and shown to have originated in 1927, 1947 or 1967 by Kodak.
The Tent Footage
Fast forward to summer 1994. Ray Santilli then asked ARK Music Ltd. of Milton Keynes, UK (owned by Andy Price-Watts and Keith Bateman) to enhance some
old footage he had showing the autopsy of the Roswell alien.
They were unsuccessful but aware Santilli was “in the market” for such a film. So, they claimed that off their own initiative they then went ahead
and created a new autopsy film in a barn in Bedfordshire. It was then edited down to six minutes of black and white footage and special effects were
used to ‘age’ pictures and add “classified” notices to it. This has since come to be known as the “Tent Footage”.
shot of the original ‘tent footage’ that was not subsequently used in the 1995 Alien Autopsy TV show.
Santilli was not satisfied with the footage and told the guys at ARK he could not use it. So Bateman and Price decided to put their footage out on
video as part of a film called “Penetrating the Web 2.” A production overseen by Bruce Barlow.
In early 1995 Reg Presley, lead singer of Sixties bands the Troggs and a friend of Santilli, began talking about the “Tent footage” creating a
buzz in the UFO community. Santilli heard that the footage was about to be publicised via a TV interview. So he intervened by paying off Bateman and
Price to hold back promoting their film for 10 weeks. Santilli wanted to launch his own autopsy film around the world.
But where did this “new” film come from?
The Spyros Melaris Autopsy Footage
In January of 1995 in Cannes, Santilli met up with Spyros Melaris (pictured) a
magician and film maker. Santilli said he had some old deteriorated film of an alien autopsy and wanted to make a documentary from it. He showed
Melaris the 'tent footage'. Spyros laughed as he could tell immediately it was shot on video tape. But he then went away and spoke to his friend John
Humphreys (a model sculptor) about building a dummy alien for a 'faked' autopsy. (So both ARK and now Melaris both decided that they could fake
some footage for Santilli before asking him?)
The idea was pitched to Santilli and he agreed a deal. Allegedly Volker Spielberg funded the £30k production for Santilli. This new autopsy was
filmed in an empty house in London that was being prepared for conversion into 3 flats. The dummy was created by Humphreys and pigs brains and offal
were used from a local butcher to add some authenticity to the autopsy footage. After a day filming the props were dispensed with.
However it was then decided a second day’s filming was required because the medical procedures looked wrong and the model of the alien was defective
with a hole in the right leg. It was supposedly filmed the following day (we are told Melaris funded it this time) and a new dummy built for such
Santilli then distanced himself from the ‘Tent footage’ and began promoting clearer looking footage of what was promoted as a possible alien
autopsy. At one stage he told Colin Andrews for Circle Phenomenon Research International Newsletter that he was convinced the footage was genuine
because he "... had no doubts when I saw President Truman”. Santilli also told Philip Mantle (a respected figure in British UFO research) that "if
it wasn't Truman, it was a damned good actor."
Any such footage of Truman has never surfaced. Nor have any so called ‘original’ frames of film showing an alien.
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edit on 19/7/2019 by mirageman because: tidy up