Since its debut in 1995, I've been hesitant to rush to judgment on the "alien autopsy" footage. Sure, condemning it as a scam would have been the easy approach, but without names and dates I felt that writing it off would only complicate attempts to unravel its origin. (In recent years I've explored the possibility, however slight, that the AA might be a record of covert human military experimentation marketed as evidence of extraterrestrial visitation.)
New testimony -- and not a little diligent research by Philip Mantle -- finally demonstrates that the AA is a commercial fraud.
So, am I angry that the mystery has been solved? Not at all. If only more ufological "noise" could be set aside this unequivocally.
Click here for Mantle's expose.
(Thanks: The Anomalist.)