Today, it is all about UFO. Since 1950s, UFO and the aliens from the outer space have become one of the mysteries that people try to find the solid truth behind. Everyone wants to see any kinds of the evidences related to UFO and to observe any kinds of phtographs whatever of an alien being dead or alive. And, the controversy was started in 1995.
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In early 1995, a story alighted on a British television talk show, and from there the Internet and all ponts of the globe: A smalltime video distributor in London would soon make public U.S. government film footage documenting the forensic autopsy of an extraterrestrial humanoid - a real, dead E.T. And, not just any alien stuff, but a casualty of the famous Roswell incident, that 1947 crash of a flying disk- perhaps two- in the New Mexican desert.
The release of the now - infamous "Roswell Autopsy" footage did indeed materialize in August 1995- on the Fox nework (home if The X-Files) in the U.S. and similarly sensationalized TV broadcasts in more than thirty countries worldwide. The Fox speical sttracted 10 million viewers in its first airing,
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The footage itself consists of twenty minutes of black-and-white film showing two surgeons dissecting a bipedal figure that matches, more or less, today's popular description of that "breed" of E.T. commonly designated as "grays."
But is the footage true? or is it another hoax? So far, no one has stepped forward to confess. Frankly, however, when it comes to the autopsy film, many people are convinced that it is a lie. The few journalists who have the fiml have uncovered a slew of suspicious circumstances and contradictions. Beyond that, the footage itself raises far too many suspicions and fails to answer too many critical questions to be considered a genuine truth or fake.
Credit: Vakin,Jonathan. The 60 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time. 1st. Toronto,Ontarion: A Citadel Press Book, 1995.
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