Single ‘Alien Autopsy’ 16mm Frame Auctioned For $1 Million NFT

The images have allegedly been authenticated by the CIA and the successful bidder will also receive a note from an agency-affiliated scientist who verifies the negative.

Alien Autopsy

YoutubeMost have long been skeptical of this “alien autopsy.”

For some, the recent trend of NFTs – non-fungible tokens – is as unbelievable as UFOs. But a man hopes to profit from the belief in both. He’s selling an NFT of a 1947 “alien autopsy” for the outrageous price of $1 million.

Ray Santilli, a London-based producer who claims to own the footage, auctioned it off on the site Rare. He describes his NFT as comparable to the “Zapruder movie” and as “authenticated” by the CIA.

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But the film in question has a dubious history. It first appeared in 1995, when Fox aired a documentary titled Extraterrestrial autopsy: fact or fiction?

The documentary included clips from what he claimed was an authentic alien autopsy filmed in 1947. It was hosted by Jonathan Frakes, who played Will Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Alien Autopsy Fact or Fiction

Wikimedia CommonsA VHS copy of the documentary, featuring Frakes.

The documentary relied on actual claims of an alien encounter that year. Then Roswell Army Airfield in New Mexico issued a startling press release about the recovery of a “flying disc.”

“The numerous flying disc rumors became reality yesterday when the intelligence office of the 509th Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, Roswell Army Air Field, was fortunate enough to take possession of a disc through the cooperation of the one of the local breeders. and the Chaves County Sheriff’s Office,” the press release read.

“The flying object landed at a ranch near Roswell last week.”

Roswell Diary 1947

pinterestThe first page of The Roswell Daily Record July 8, 1947, following the “flying disc” incident.

The military quickly retracted the report – it appears the ‘flying disc’ was nothing more than an errant weather balloon – but suspicions of a government cover-up proved harder to quell.

Listen above to the podcast History Uncovered, episode 48: The Roswell Incident of 1947, also available on Apple and Spotify.

For decades, rumors of aliens in Roswell have been simmering. But Santilli boiled things over with the 1995 documentary, which featured footage of an alien autopsy. He claimed a military cameraman gave him the footage in the early 1990s.

Santilli even claimed that the CIA authenticated the images. In fact, a CIA-affiliated scientist named Christopher “Kit” Green offered some credibility to Santilli’s film.

According to a memo published by the former National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), Green saw photographs of the autopsy during a 1987 briefing at the Pentagon. He says they match Santilli’s film.

As such, Santilli has long remained true to its history. But in 2006 he admitted the autopsy footage was not authentic. This did not mean, however, that the autopsy had never taken place.

Images of an alien autopsy

YoutubeAnother image from the alleged “autopsy”.

“In 1993 or 1994 we saw the autopsy footage in its original form and brought it back to the UK. During that year, the pictures had completely deteriorated. The only thing left was a few images that we could use for reference,” Santilli claimed.

“What we’ve done is restore the original images frame by frame over a very long period of time… What we’ve done is restoration. It wasn’t a hoax. It was a carefully constructed restoration of the original work.

However, Santilli says his NFT is an image he recovered from the original footage. That’s why he’s asking for $1 million to own it. The winning bidder will also receive a physical negative of the film and letters from the CIA that will “validate” its authenticity.

But many people have questioned Santilli’s claims. They happen to include the man who actually filmed “the autopsy”, British filmmaker and magician Spyros Melaris.

Nft Alien Autopsy

RareThe NFT Alien Autopsy.

“For me it was just a joke, a bit of fun but I learned my lesson”, Melaris said in 2017.

He described how he made the fake images with animal organs, a latex suit and a friend who made props for Doctor Who. And he’s not too happy that Santilli is trying to cash in on his work.

“I did the Alien Autopsy in 1995,” Melaris wrote on Twitter, following the NFT announcement. “There is no real extraterrestrial autopsy. The frame offered for sale here is a frame of my copyrighted work. Selling it would be fraud.

Auction closes June 6.

After learning about the alien autopsy footage being sold as NFT, check out a Roswell officer’s military diary. Then, see why some people believe aliens are real, and read the most disturbing accounts of supposed alien abductions.

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Single ‘Alien Autopsy’ 16mm Frame Auctioned For $1 Million NFT

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