posted on Jan, 4 2003 @ 04:59 PM
You can also obtain the footage from:
along with a few other files to ponder over.
As for the autopsy video, Phillip Mantle, a leading Uk researcher on the case has suggested that there may be a couple of surprises to come in 2003 so
it may be worth holding off on burying it altogether. Never heard of the phone cord thing, most of the debunking I heard of came from a couple of ppl
who alleged that they were on the set when it was made - a farm barn or something similar.
An interesting thing pointed out in a recent article I read was that in some shots you can see the cameraman's reflection in certain objects and it
depicts him wearing a white suit similar to others - just as someone might expect at an autopsy. One of the criticism's of the film had been that the
cameraman was never shown and therefore the idea of a filmed hollywood hoax was given more weight due to this missing element. So who knows what else
has or may be turned up soon. Its the little details where ppl get caught, just like the telemessage in Gen. Ramey's hand in the infamous weather
ballon photo with Maj. Jesse Marcel holding the debris up.. that looks promising I think.
Finally, as I recall, the discussion last year on this was not conclusive as to being fake, Byrd I know you had your opinion and some of the other
regulars also, but I wouldn't say it was conclusive - there were counter arguments for and against each point on all sides - like so many threads on
this board. I think two of the main points being centred on the darkness and the eye lenses and suggestions that it was a puppet and that you could
see one of the men manipulating it.
Perhaps a moderator might place a link to the old discussion if the board is still archived for other interested parties to make up their own mind?