The term alien autopsy is used to refer to a post mortem procedure: typically an autopsy, supposedly carried out on an extraterrestrial being. Belief that alien autopsies have been carried out forms a core component of a number of UFO conspiracy theories, though the term itself is used within UFOlogy, fiction, and in popular culture, regardless of the factual status of the imagery that is being presented.
Film footage, purporting to show an alien autopsy, was promoted during the 1990s by Ray Santilli, a London-based video entrepreneur. However, Santilli announced in 2006 that the film was not entirely genuine. This announcement was made by Santilli in the TV documentary film "Eamonn Investigates: Alien Autopsy", made by British Sky Broadcasting. In the documentary, Eamonn Holmes repeatedly refers to the film as a "fake", while Santilli patiently insists it is a "restoration," because he maintains that his film is a reconstruction of an actual alien autopsy film that he viewed in the early 1990s but has subsequently been lost. Santilli further claimed that a few of the frames embedded in his video are from the original, although he was unable to identify these with any certainty.
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