In an interesting confession, John Humphreys, the creator of the late 80's talking head Max Headroom, claims that he was the force behind the footage
of the "alien" corpse dissected in the "Alien Autopsy" video. John Humphreys has worked on numerous programs (like Dr. Who and the recent remake
of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), and claims the footage was taken not in 1947 Roswell, but in a flat in Camden in 1995.
THE creator of Max Headroom, a 1980s television cyber-presenter, has claimed he was one of the hoaxers behind the Roswell film, the grainy black and
white footage supposedly showing a dead alien being dissected by American government scientists after a UFO crash.
Alien Autopsy, a movie about the footage, is currently on release across Britain. It stars real-life television presenters Ant and Dec.
John Humphreys, a sculptor and consultant on Alien Autopsy who has also worked on special effects for Doctor Who, said it was he who made the models
for the alien dissected in the original fake footage.
His confession, 11 years after the Roswell footage was first shown, will raise questions about the role of Channel 4, which unleashed Max Headroom on
the world in the 1980s and bought the UK rights to screen the Roswell footage in Britain.
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It appears that this video has been debunked before, but this appears to be the first time that someone has flat out said, "hey, I did it." It is
also kind of surprising that the perp behind this created Max H-H-Head-Headroom. I never bought into the video in the first place (it seemed kind of
cheesy), but it's good to find out for sure.
It doesn't surprise me, though, that at the end of the article, somebody has tried to claim that the video is still valid because it was "based" on
some "real" images. It will nev-nev-never eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-end.