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I did some detailed analysis of the Roswell video. I found some very interesting frames that nobody has yet discovered. If you didn't believe the Roswell story before, perhaps this has now changed your mind. This was uncovered in Mexico during a archaeology dig. Looks old when compared to other finds in that region. I have searched the internet and can't find much about it.
originally posted by: sled735
This 37 second 8mm video shows a strange humanoid (?) being retrieved from the Roswell crash site. It has six fingers, strange-looking feet, and large black eyes, with a big head.
Part of the plot in the movie is that the alleged ‘real’ film footage that was damaged was taken to a film lab to see if they could do anything with it. As the movie progressed this part of the storyline is forgotten until right at the end of the movie. Here, a shaken film lab technician turns up on his motorcycle at Ray Santilli’s house and hands back a large canister of film. Santilli & Shoefield close the curtains; fire up the film projector and on the screen comes a short black & white sequence of film in poor condition showing the recovery of the dead alien at Roswell in l947.
After the movies release Santilli had hinted that this short black & white sequence is indeed the real deal although he has not come out and said that outright. When I asked him about this he simply said that he was under contract not to speak about the movie. I don’t believe this but that is what he said.
“Apologies for taking so long to respond to your email but I had to confer with my legal advisors about my response. Like Ray and Gary, I too am bound by a similar non-disclosure agreement, but I can say that the end sequence to which you refer has always been of tremendous significance to me. Indeed, the first cut that we screened in London I used that sequence as the very end of the movie – where the story began – such was its importance. However, the debates that ensued post screening were considered too controversial and given the general comedic slant of much of the story that unfolds beforehand, it was felt that this was just too much of a twist and so the sequence now appears earlier and a more ‘lighthearted’ ending took its place.
Other facts about the now notorious b/w sequence are confidential but I am very pleased that you too were struck by its significance.
Again, like Santilli before him he seems to be towing the party line. Further questions have simply gone unanswered. My next stop was a chap by the name of John Humphreys. Humphreys is a UK sculptor whose work at times has overlapped into the movie business. He had made the dummies for Santilli’s ‘restoration’ and was hired by the movie company to make the dummies for them. I had tried several times to solicit a response from Humphreys and just recently he finally replied. Again I have reproduced his reply in full. I simply asked him if he know who had made this black & white section of film:
I made the alien for the Ant and Dec film I also preformed the effects. I hope this helps you can also check my name on the credits. Yes I made the alien and performed the effects for the black and white sequence in the Ant and Dec film.
I have checked and John Humphreys is indeed in the credits as ‘Alien designer and autopsy effects’.
For me this ends the debate.Humphreys has no reason to take credit for something he did not do. The evasiveness of Santilli and Campbell also speaks volumes. As far as I’m concerned the short black & white sequence at the end of ‘Alien Autopsy’ feature movie is not the real deal and is simply a cinematic special effect made by the movie company and John Humphreys.
i am verry sorry if this was posted before, maybe i need a guide on how to search...