Frame from Infamous “Alien Autopsy” to be Sold as NFT for $1 Million

With the soon-to-be-released Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) document in Congress, Alien is so hot right now. Certified footage has released by the Pentagon, Obama has weighed in, and now you have a chance to get a little bit of your own “alien” history. A frame of famous footage of an “alien autopsy investigation” in Roswell, New Mexico, is likely to auctioned off as a non-fungal token (NFT) done.

In 1995, London-based video producer Roy Santilli released the first 17 minutes of footage, claiming he received it from a retired U.S. military camera operator while receiving footage of Elvis Presley. The video suggests that scientists showed a dead foreigner with a wound in his leg after a “flying saucer” crash near Roswell in 1947 Roswell. Alien Autopsy: Did the footage make a big splash when it published in a Fox television documentary entitled Event or Fiction? Hosted Jonathan Freaks (best known for his role as Star Trek Commander William Ricker). 

Frame from Infamous “Alien Autopsy” to be Sold as NFT for $1 Million

For several years, the footage was considered real to many UFO enthusiasts, albeit involving aliens to look shiny, and for lack of confirmation. With so much attention paid to the footage, several participants came forward acknowledging that the video was not authentic. Spyros Melaris, a filmmaker and magician, admits that he and others used the props of a butcher’s meat, the theatrical treatment equipment, and forged an autopsy in a London flat. According to Melaris, a friend who made the parakeet made a special impression by stuffing the cow gizzards, a sheep’s leg and the animal’s brain into a latex suit made on his 10-year-old son. 

Later, Roy Santilli himself will admit that the footage staged, although he insisted that he saw it in the early 1990s to “reproduce” the authentic footage he had created. “In 1993 or 1994, we saw the autopsy footage in its original form and brought it back to the UK. Within a year or so, the footage was completely degraded. There were only a few frames left that we could use as references,” Santilli told Dread Central.