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Alien Autopsy Inquest CD-ROM Version £4.00
by michael buckley Date Added: Sunday 11 December, 2005
Alien Autopsy Inquest
Philip Mantle
Review by Ed Gehrman
For the last ten years I’ve been at odds with the majority of the UFO community by
arguing for the legitimacy of Ray Santilli’s “Alien Autopsy”. One of my
key books of reference during this discord has been “Beyond Roswell” by Michael
Hesemann & Philip Mantle. I consider it an enormous resource and a must-read by
anyone eager to traverse the AA labyrinths.
Now Philip Mantle has assembled another hugely diverse collection of Alien Autopsy
facts, interviews, eyewitness testimony and expert opinion, and has arranged this
material in an easily understood and readable fashion. It’s all there, from beginning to
end. All the particulars that are pertinent to the AA discussion are included: the
history, timelines, controversies, interviews, photos, physician’s reports, etc, a
glorious hodge-podge of minutiae.
But the basic story is very simple and easy to understand. On June 1st, 1947, the
person known as the “cameraman” was called to General McMullen’s office and told
to prepare for a special assignment to be part of a team and film the recovery of a
Russian “spy plane”. The team members flew that same day to Roswell and were
then transported by truck to the crash site south west of Socorro, NM. When they
arrived, the area was already under the Army’s control:
“There were injured creatures lying on the ground, obviously in pain, but the men at
the site were too scared to get close. Ooh, there was a great deal of confusion until we
arrived. My authority allowed me to operate as an independent as long as I didn’t
interfere with the clean up. When I arrived, I set up my tent and equipment and once I
had light, I started shooting. How did I feel about it? I was concerned about potential
contamination, but I had no choice…the freaks kept crying out and the men were
scared, but they were trained and they were ordered to go in and treat it like a war
situation. Their first job was to recover the objects the freaks were holding just in case
they were weapons of some kind. I filmed the assault on the freaks to get these
objects. It turned out they were not weapons, but control units of some kind. The
freaks didn’t want to let them go, but they didn’t stand a chance, we got ‘em. Once the
units were secured, the freaks were removed. (Cameraman’s Japanese TV interview)
The cameraman stayed at the crash site until all the debris was recovered. The
creatures were transported to a make-shift clinic on the base at Ft. Worth and the craft
and debris were sent to Wright-Patterson. About three weeks later the cameraman
was asked to film three “autopsies” over a two months’ period. He also processed all
the film himself. Somewhere along the way, how isn’t exactly clear, the cameraman
acquired and kept an unknown number of reels and stored them for forty-five years.
He sold twenty-three of these reels to Ray for $100,000. Here’s what Ray thought
about the deal:
“… I have the advantage of dealing with the cameraman first hand. I’m not dealing
with second hand information, it’s a person (the cameraman) I’ve known on and off
for two years, I’ve had various meetings with him, we’ve managed to go through his
diaries, his records, his photo album. We’ve seen his collection of old cameras, and
you know, we’ve heard all the stories. The guy is genuine, I know he’s genuine, I
believe that the footage is genuine, but in time only people that can do more research
will be able to judge it more critically.”
(Ray Santilli interview with Philip Mantle; June 25th 1995.)
Reg Presley was also involved with the AA from the start. Here’s his take on Ray and
the purchase: “Ray Santilli is in no way a researcher, he would be the first person to
tell you that. However, Ray would have had to do some research into the autopsy
footage to find out if it had any likelihood of being authentic before putting up monies
to secure it. Also he must have been happy with the results of the research or he
would not have got a financial backer involved. Volker Spielberg, a wealthy
businessman parted with 100,000 dollars. That’s not saying the footage is genuine,
just that he and Volker must have been happy with their results.”
The secret to understanding the Alien Autopsy is believing Ray Santilli. There is no
reason to believe he isn’t telling the truth. There’s no known dishonesty in his past. I
hired a Voice Stress Analyst to study Ray’s interview during the Fox TV presentation.
His report indicated that Ray was not being deceptive and was very calm.
Ray seems limited in what he can tell us and how cooperative he can be, but even so
he’s allowed the AA CD set to be sold at no profit to him and he’s given several
interviews. Here’s an excerpt from his last interview with Philip Mantle:
(PM) What would you say to the critics who are confident that the film is a hoax?
RS: Prove it. You know, as simple as that, prove it. I mean after six (now eight) years
the film has had millions of pounds all over the world spent on it, in imagery and so
forth and analysis, and still no one is any the wiser, and it’ takes someone better than
me to create a hoax like that, so if someone thinks it’s a hoax well then simply prove
PM: Have you got anything further you would like to say that you have not previously
said in public, any new facts any new information, anything at all that you would like
to say.
RS: I think there is nothing I can say that has any real weight, I think that the release
of more materials later on, not necessarily by me but by the family I think will help
qualify the story, and if the cameraman does come out and decides to talk to the world
that’s even better, but there is nothing I can really add at the moment, you know, it is
what it is.
Few researchers have spent time actually viewing the footage. Those who have
usually come away with the feeling that the film is genuine or at least a very
expensive and elaborate undertaking. Dennis Murphy spent hundreds of hours
scrutinizing the debris footage; here are his conclusions:
The "Santilli Footage” consists of four different films that include the debris footage,
the tent footage and the dissections of two different entities. Every detail that is put in
a hoax film cost money and increases the risk of exposure as a fraud. It would seem
that if this film was a hoax that there would be as little detail as possible. There is
enough detail in the debris footage to convince me that it would be expensive to
produce. If this film is a hoax it was well researched, elaborately scripted and was
therefore an expensive undertaking… If you could produce this type of detail with
some process, you would be making money on producing things that would reap far
greater profits than an Alien Dissection hoax film.
Some researchers even seemed to enjoy themselves:
…if the film does show real aliens then we would all suffer ‘pastshock’...and no one
wants to suffer from ‘pastshock’. (This occurs when you find out that the history
which you have been told is the ‘gospel’ truth is actually untrue or, at the very least,
must be interpreted differently). Why would history need re-interpretation you ask?
Because if they are here now, they could have been here yesterday or last year or
hundreds or thousands of years ago. And I presume you can guess what that means.”
Bruce Maccabee
An inquest is an inquiry. At the end of the enquiry there should be some sore of
resolution. That’s my only argument with Philip. I’ve read his book and assessed the
evidence; it’s overwhelmingly pro Ray Santilli and the authenticity of the Alien
Autopsy footage. Yet Philip sits on the fence. But his book is a must-have for all
AA enthusiasts. It really all boils down to whether Ray is believable.
“My conclusion is that the alien autopsy and debris footage are authentic and refer to
a UFO crash which may have taken place in the 1940’s. As one of the few to view the
unreleased autopsy, I am ready and willing to support my opinion in from of any
commission of experts. I can not rule out that the footage may be a result of
disinformation by the US intelligence services, but I believe Ray Santilli and that he
bought the film in good faith.”
Maurizio Baiata
Download “Alien Autopsy Inquest”; then buy the AA DC set and look for yourself.
You’ll be amazed and “past shocked”; but you can handle it!

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