THE ROSWELL ALIEN AUTOPSY
The classic 'Roswell Autopsy Alien'.
The "control panels."
"In the debris footage, a faceless man displays various metallic-looking artifacts, including large I-beams and the aforementioned control panels,
one of which is jaggedly broken, revealing what might be layered circuitboard (or its alien equivalent). "
[my comment] - i guess if the thing was real, you'd probably not kiss it
"A still from the video interview with the alleged alien autopsy cameraman. Do you recognise this man?"
"Sgt Clifford Stone (US Army retired) who claims to have viewed scenes from the alien autopsy film while serving with the US Army in l969."
"Ray Santilli pictured in 1995 holding a canister of the alleged alien autopsy film."
"A recreation of the alien autopsy film by the special effects company TWIN FX in Canada. This was made for a Canadian TV documentary to show how the
alien autopsy film could have been faked. "
'J-Rod' Alien Autopsy
More Images at: www.ufowatchdog.com...
" It was indeed made by XFX team, Steve Johnson and Trey Stokes. It was featured on a reproduction of the ALien Autopsy on a 20/20 show, aired on
April 4, 1997. That particularimage was featured on XFX website, as you may remember, some years ago. All the credit for collecting and archiving
these images, as well for the info, go to the Mexican researcher Luis Ruiz Noguez. "
UNKNOWN (first time i've seen these ones)
In November 1966 in the country close to a small village called Otocek of the former Yugoslavian Federation, a flying object crashed and the
extraterrestrial being of the picture above was extracted . The event was soon put under silence, pretending the crash was the result of an highly
secret military .
The body, partially burned, was said to be the one of a pilot of the Air Force. They said it was deformed by flames and heat. The darkness of the
night helped the military authorities to pass this thesis for believable. The extraterrestrial being was immediately taken to Belgrade, with an
ambulance of the Army, and in the Capital it was assigned to a Military Hospital. In a few hours, some of the most important scientists of Yugoslavia
started to examine the corpse.
Among the scientists, three were the doctors that led the autopsy: the surgeon Andrej Zobol and the two pathologists Nikola Jullic and Zoran Frederic.
The three were proved to be strictly linked to the Government.
In the following pictures, you can see some of the most significant moments of the autopsy.
"In 1999 the pictures have been passed secretly to the author by the nephew of one of the doctors, that is living now in Slovenia, very close to the
Italian border. In 1966 neither the USA nor the USSR knew of this event thanks to the fact that Yugoslavia was a Socialist Country, but it was not
aligned and it was neutral, far from the frictions of the Cold war."