A CIA scientist saw evidence at a briefing at the Pentagon.
The impact of any alien news today is unlikely to match the 17 minutes of black-and-white alien footage released in 1995.
The so-called alien autopsy tape shows three government pathologists in special suits dissecting the pale corpse of an alien recovered after the Roswell UFO crash 1947.
Then British businessman Ray Santilli claimed he obtained the video in 1992 from a retired US military cameraman while searching for archival footage of Elvis Presley in the US.
Ray Santilli sold the footage to broadcasters in 33 countries before film producers Spyros Melaris revealed last year they had actually faked the footage using animal organs and pig brains in a London flat and fooled the world for a decade. But now a 2001 document has UFO hunters convinced that the final footage was not faked.
The evidence is a leaked memo sent to aerospace billionaire Robert Bigelow from one of the physicists, Eric Davis.
The note confirms a former CIA scientist named Kit Green, making it even more attractive to UFO hunters.
The memo, believed to have been leaked from the archives of the late astronaut Edgar Mitchell, said: “After Kit left the CIA, he was called into the Pentagon by someone in uniform. This person was shows Kit the photos and autopsy reports of the aliens. The photos of the alien corpses seen by Kit are consistent with the corpses seen in Santilli’s 1995 video.
Kit has been asked to professionally evaluate the documents provided to him at this particular briefing.”
According to leaked documents, Kit Green provided his review of the footage in January 2001.
A summary of his review said: “The video of the alien autopsy is real, the alien corpses are real, and the corpses seen in the film are the same as the photos seen by Kit.” during the 1987/88 Pentagon press conference.”
An email was also leaked, with Green revealing that alien forensic tissues and organs were being stored at the Walter Armed Forces Museum of Medical Pathology in Washington DC.
When asked why there were so many videos of Santilli on air, Green said: “The PR people around Santilli really don’t work with a full set of dishes, which are a bit dense and not very pretty to boot.” move.”
This memo has now sparked heated debate about the scenes in both the US and UK with a number of leading UFO researchers now publicly supporting the film, including Linda Moulton Howe, Richard Dolan and Grant Cameron.
Linda Moulton Howe, an Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker, said in her YouTube video: “Those words from Dr. Kit Green about the authenticity of a six-toed creature, dissected later When recorded from the 1947 UFO crash, it was confirmation that the Santilli video was real.