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But someone has been trying to push this hoax of an alien autopsy for over a year. Why?
It seems like games are perpetually being played and ufology has yet another scam that for some reason certain personalities are unwilling to admit and accept this was all a hoax.....
Santilli also told Philip Mantle (a respected figure in British UFO research) that "if it wasn't Truman, it was a damned good actor."
Text"The video is real...”the body was not human"..."..the body looked pretty fake.."
originally posted by: mirageman
Dolan was good over a decade ago. But....
Cameron was good when he was a serious researcher on the Presidential UFO files. Then...
Howe has never been credible.
originally posted by: ctj83
"Forbidden Science: Volume Four."
17 January 1995
Vallee writes. "Messages on the Internet propagate a new meme from England. It was initiated three days ago by Reg Presley, lead singer of the rock group The Troggs: he claims that a videotape has been discovered, showing the autopsy of an Alien at Roswell. He said there were fifteen such videotapes, totalling 150 minutes of footage, dated 1947. The media aren't buying it. Videotapes had not been invented in 1947."
13 March 1995
Rumors from Fred Beckman, that while in Brazil, "the military down there showed you some films of alien autopsies...they think you saw the same films that surfaced in England..." Vallee thinks the rumours are a joke.
7 October 1995
Vallee was at the Omega Communications Conference. "I saw...Stanton Friedman...He expounded on the alien autopsy 'film,' taking it at face value, although of course there's no film, only a video."
3 February 1996
Vallee was at a NIDS Science Advisory Board meeting in Las Vegas. "In other words, we only work on what we choose to work on; we don't drop everything just because someone shows up with a film of extraterrestrial autopsies..."
1 April 1996
Hal Puthoff and John Alexander interview Phil Corso. "Corso claims that he was given...various autopsy reports from Walter Reed Hospital."
3 May 1996
Vallee interviews Corso. Corso says "We had autopsy reports from Walter Reed."
"What did those say?"
"The beings had scaly skin. Their brains had two frontal lobes. By the way on the autopsy movie the brains do have these extra lobes. And the double eyelids. ..."
"Anything else?" John asked.
""They had atrophied sex organs."
13 January 1997
Vallee writes. "Colonel Corso called me at home this morning...he appears troubled by the fact that the analyzes he saw, reportedly coming from Walter Reed Hospital were very superficial and 'just didn't seem right.'"
7 September 1998
Vallee. "When I heard...that a new television program would soon describe in detail the 'Alien autopsies of the KGB,' I did feel like throwing up."
[Keith Basterfields comment]......In summary, Vallee's diaries are silent on the topic of Kit Green's briefings, as discussed in the 2001, Eric Davis to Bob Bigelow, NIDS memo, that appeared recently.
...Hal hired James Westwood, former CIA expert on fake Soviet documents who had created similar fakes for disinformation. He paid him to bring his services to Bob Wood's project. 'Jim's verdict was that the "Eisenhower briefing document," cornerstone of the UFO coverup argument, had all the earmarks of a fake, an American disinformation document once meant to fool the KGB.'"