A NEGATIVE from a movie stated to depict the post-mortem of an extraterrestrial is on the market on-line for £710,000.

The 16mm body was taken from footage after the supposed UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.

A damaging from a movie stated to depict the post-mortem of an extraterrestrial is on the market on-line for £710,000
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British music mogul Ray Santilli claims he purchased the 17-minute movie from a retired army cameraman within the US in 1995.

He says the CIA has authenticated the Alien Post-mortem movie.

He added: “Now, for the primary time, a bit of that historical past is obtainable to personal.”

“To make this merchandise much more historic the customer may also obtain a bodily 16mm body from the unique body.

“The body clearly depicts the post-mortem of an extraterrestrial stated to have crash landed in Roswell, New Mexico in August of 1947.”

Brit UFO skilled Philip Mantle, who additionally probed the footage, slammed the sale including: “That is simply ludicrous.

“I used to be the primary UFO researcher contacted by Ray Santilli method again in 1993.


“From that very first day I caught with the investigation and ultimately, after a few years of attempting, I proved past affordable doubt, that the movie is 100% faux.

“There are NO CIA paperwork confirming the movie is genuine.

“The paperwork to which Ray Santilli refers is a personal e-mail thread that was launched on-line in 2019.”

The Roswell Incident in 1947 was allegedly covered up by the US government
The Roswell Incident in 1947 was allegedly lined up by the US authorities