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Frame from 'alien autopsy' video goes on sale

By T.K. Randall
June 2, 2021 · Comment icon 25 comments

What happened in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 ? Image Credit: CC BY-SA 2.0 Ken Lund
A single frame from an alien autopsy film released in 1995 is now up for auction with a minimum bid of $1M.
The infamous 17-minute footage, which is entirely in black-and-white, was created by Ray Santilli - a London-based entrepreneur who initially claimed that it was a genuine video showing the medical examination of a deceased alien entity recovered from the UFO that crashed at Roswell in 1947.

In the video, a small humanoid can be seen lying on an examination table while unknown individuals perform an autopsy on it. A number of supposed alien artifacts - including a control panel with a six-fingered interface and pieces of metal with strange symbols on them - can also be seen.

The video generated a significant degree of interest at the time, however Santilli later admitted that the footage was not authentic, describing it instead as a 'staged reconstruction' of genuine footage he claimed that he had witnessed but that had since been lost.
Now, more than 25 years since the video's release, a single frame from the footage is being sold at auction as an NFT (non-fungible token) image with a minimum bid price of $1 million.

Santilli, who is behind the sale, claims it will be the only still frame ever put up for sale.

Whether anyone will be willing to fork out such a hefty sum for it, however, remains to be seen.

Source: Ancient Origins | Comments (25)

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Comment icon #16 Posted by the13bats 3 years ago
Does anyone still look at that and not see a crappy fur suit? Since this image is all over everywhere i highly doubt any one would even ante up 2 bits for it. Plus the "orginal" pgf has long been conveniently missing its always copies we see or copies of copies, any claims to the contrary are not proven. Negitives? Hum.
Comment icon #17 Posted by godnodog 3 years ago
NFT - New Fck tuwat  
Comment icon #18 Posted by psyche101 3 years ago
The guy convinced by Uri Geller? How does involving an easily fooled kook make it worth a mil?
Comment icon #19 Posted by Nobu 3 years ago
Your opinion. And no it’s not worth a million. It’s worth people sticking their noses in and asking questions. But man you are so clever.
Comment icon #20 Posted by psyche101 3 years ago
I don't think so. It's not my opinion that he thinks Uri Geller is genuine. I mean let's be honest here. That's about as stupid as a person gets. No. It's not worth a million dollars. It's just rubbish. I'm surprised that Clark McClellan isn't involved somewhere. Maybe he is  
Comment icon #21 Posted by Ernest 3 years ago
It could be real but put as hoax
Comment icon #22 Posted by Abramelin 3 years ago
Thìs is Kit Green:
Comment icon #23 Posted by joc 3 years ago
Comment icon #24 Posted by Abramelin 3 years ago
I don't care either, but now you know who he is anyway.  
Comment icon #25 Posted by joc 3 years ago
Except I didn't click on the link...because I don't care.

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