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The documentary featured an extensive summary of the footage, the canisters containing the footage, and expert analysis from the likes of Stanton Friedman. One film expert noted in the documentary that the footage came in an old Soviet canister that had information labeled on it that was consistent with info written directly on the film reel. The numbers on the film's header matched the canisters they came. The header of the film had the crest of the KGB on it and the term for TOP SECRET as shown in the first few seconds of this footage and image to the right. Having real looking alien footage is one thing, but including the original film reel & canisters means you are extremely close to proving 100% authenticity
Alien Autopsy Film: The television special also showed a number of documents that purportedly verify the "top secret" mission. Also, an eyewitness is presented that swears that the event did take place. Personally I thought that the autopsy looked faked because of the medical personnel not wearing caps and gowns, but I later learned that this was not uncommon for that time period in Russia. The room the autopsy was performed in looked authentic. Three men were working around the alien, or what was left of him, while a woman, identified as O.A. Pshonikina, is taking notes.