Monday, March 03, 2008





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.)

5 comments:

Tom said...

Have you read "Body Snatchers in the Desert" by Nick Redfern? I've read everything on Roswell since I first got interested in the case in the early 90s, and his secret-government- experiment-on-deformed-Japanese-POWs explanation seems to jibe more with the evidence than anything else I've seen...and explains why the government would be happy having people believe it was a UFO crash...

Mac said...

I'm quite sympathetic to Nick's premise, even if some of the details prove incorrect. He could very well be onto something of extreme historical (and ufological) importance.

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