I ran across this footage and it kinda makes me wonder because if it's a hoax it's a well planned one, i never thought to much about the alien
autopsy footage but this is another story, what do you think? www.youtube.com...
if project mogul is the explanition of the roswell crash and dummies are the reason why people saw bodies then my question is why would they have test
dummies aboard something developed for spying on the russians' nuclear bomb test,doesn't make sense.
To me it looks like the video was delibertly made to hide the aspects of the alien. Also the brightness of the video seems to be extremly high and
unusual for for that time period. Videos from that time period that I have seen aren't as bright as this one is. Maybe the alien was putting off some
kind of energy to make the video do this. who knows maybe I'm wrong.
Originally posted by joe82
i never thought to much about the alien autopsy footage but this is another story, what do you think? www.youtube.com...
The relevant footage (referred to by some researchers as "the end clip", embedded above for ease of reference) was part of a movie. I've seen the
movie and can confirm that the footage was in it.
I've cut and pasted below some relevant details from my database of infamous UFO videos.
I think the following details are fairly significant to assessing the credibility of the clip (particularly the first and final points...).
(1) The end clip appeared at the end of the movie "Alien Autopsy" (2006) starring the British comic duo "Ant and Dec". That movie was a
(2) The comedy was produced with the assistance of Ray Santilli (the chap behind the original "alien autopsy" footage), and he appeared in the movie
itself. See the relevant entries in the IMDB movie database at the links below: imdb.com... imdb.com...
(3) Santilli has admitted that the movie tells the true story behind the infamous "alien autopsy" footage, and has appeared in a documentary with
others involved in the hoax to reveal how it was done (although he insisted [with a big grin on his face] that the infamous "alien autopsy" footage
was a "reconstruction", not a "hoax").
(4) British researcher Philip Mantle contacted an executive of the company that made the movie (QWERTY Films) and that executive confirmed that the
end clip was made for the movie. See: www.virtuallystrange.net...
It is interesting to see various webpages claim that the source of the end clip is unknown.
As I've mentioned in a previous thread, one of those webpages also includes a well known hoaxed photograph with a caption claiming that the source of
the photograph is unknown...
CONCLUSION: Calling this footage a "hoax" would be like calling the movie "Star Wars" a hoax. They were both intended simply as entertainment.
Enjoy them - but don't take either one as being videos of actual events...
This footage was first put on the Internet AFTER the release of the Ant & Dec movie that it comes from.
Query whether the footage was first put onto the Internet by someone that geniunely found the footage puzzling or if (which is considerably more
likely in my opinion) it was:
(1) posted by somone that thought it would be fun to try to fool people by posting the footage from the movie without mentioning the actual source (in
the same way that clips from various other movies and documentaries have appeared on Youtube during the last couple of years); or
(2) posted by somone employed to generate publicity for the relevant movie, i.e. part of a viral marketing campaign.
The latter possibility is an increasingly common explanation for various UFO videos and photo, e.g. :
(a) the Siberian crashed UFO/giant video by the tequila company for Sony’s “Shadow of the Colossus” PS2 game;
(b) the Sarajevo Film Festival UFO video;
(c) the “Act of War” UFO/stealth aircraft viral marketing scheme video;
(d) the Sci-Fi Channel's "Sci-Fi Happens" World Trade Center UFO helicopter footage featuring Barbara Sicuranza.
In regards to the alien autopsy... I think it could possibly be real too. I think it's possible that the original footage was leaked, and the US paid
off some expert film and model building group to recreate the alien and try to make it look like an obvious hoax, which turned out to be the movie
It's funny how people ask for proof of alien / UFO footage, but they accept without any questions, any debunking that tries to disprove what really
happened. The Alien Autopsy film could have been a coverup, orchestrated by the US government / military.
the rey santily film was a hoax.this one tho is different video,imo its hoax because the cameraman is filming anything but the alien,i mean wtf.u have
an alien and ur filming whatever??but the video is small.is there a bigger version???there should be if this one is on youtube.interesting though
The feature film, a comedy, had an extremely low budget (certainly less than a US low-budget offering), which is evident throughout the production.
And yet, the final sequence was filmed in an unrelated location with a substantial number of 'officers' wearing US uniforms of an earlier era, and
behaving in an unorchestrated manner.
The cost of producing this sequence would have certainly compromised the small budget of the film itself, and seems at odds with the film's
directorial approach thus far.
The sequence seems unassociated with the original feature film and produced in altogether different circumstances. It seems unlikely that a
small-budget film from the UK would have the capacity and resources to produce the additional footage.
I believe that the footage was an appended sequence and unrelated to the film itself. But, sourced from where?
I would, however, like to know more from other members about this particular sequence...
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