- Tonight (April 4) showed the SKY ONE
TV show 'Eamon Investigates - Alien Autopsy. The show starts of with Santilli
still claiming that he saw real film of aliens and that he purchased it
from a former US military cameraman. However, there is now a change in
the story. Santilli & his colleague Gary Shoefield claim that it took
2 years to buy the film & that when it finally arrived in London 95%
of it had 'oxidised' and the remaining 5% was in very poor condition. They
therefore decided to 'reconstruct' it based on Santilli's recollection
and a few frames that were left.
- To do this they hired UK sculptor John
Humphreys. Humphreys tells of how he used sheeps brain for the brain and
a lambs leg for the leg joint.
- The cameraman's interview film is also
a fake. The man in the film is someone they literally brought in off the
street and gave him a prepared script to read from.
- Santilli and Shoefield continually try
to insist that the AA film as we know it is a restoration, but in fact
it was made by John Humphreys. To try and justify they claim that some
of the surviving original frames are seen mixed in with the reconstruction/restoration.
Interestingly neither Santilli, Shoefield or Humphreys could point out
where and which are these frames when viewing the AA film.
- Santilli admitted that the six-fingered
panels in the debris film were the result of 'artistic license' an he even
produced one of the I-beams from the boot of his car. The debris film was
also mde by John Humphreys.
- In fact, Humphreys is the surgeon in
the film, and a former employee of Shoefield's in behind the window. He's
Gareth Watson, a man I met several times in Ray's office.
- Nick Pope and mysels appear briefly in
this show and I dare say Nick will have hi own comments to make. For anyone
interested in the AA film I do recommend watching this if you can. I've
taken part in another show for Channel Five in the UK the content of which
I am not permitted to disclose.
- After watching this tonight I can honestly
say that I do not believe one word of either Santilli or Shoefield and
I have no doubt that the film is nothing more than a complete fake. There
is and never was any original film and there is and never was any US military
cameraman. Santilli & Shoefield had little credibility as it was but
now they have none.
- The alien autopsy film is dead and I
hope to put it to rest, once and for all, soon. Watch this space.
- Philip Mantle