A single image from the ‘Alien Autopsy‘ video auctioned as NFT in 1947 could fetch at least a million dollars Rarible via Twitter
|Autopsy of Alien Allegedly Crashed in Rosell, New Mexico, in August 1947|
The authenticity of the film and the single image are the subject of much debate.
Autopsy of Alien Allegedly Crashed in Rosell, New Mexico, in August 1947. The story of the accident popularly known as the “Roswell Incident” has sparked numerous conspiracy theories over the decades, including an alleged government cover-up.
The allegedly mysterious top-secret autopsy was acquired in 1992 by British businessman Ray Santilli from a retired U.S. military cameraman worth millions of dollars. Rupees).
— Nicholas Papazoglou (@terireme) June 3, 2021
The black and white video frame allegedly shows the autopsy of an alien who allegedly crashed in Rosell, New Mexico in August 1947. The accident sparked numerous conspiracy theories over the decades, including an alleged government cover-up.
According to theories, an alien was aboard the UFO and died in the accident, after which authorities performed an autopsy. The video of the autopsy, allegedly mysteriously top secret, was acquired by British businessman Ray Santilli. By a retired US military cameraman in 1992, Santilli claimed that the video was “authenticated” by the CIA.
Now a single frame is captured from the grainy, black and white 16mm film that is sold at an affordable price. auction as a non-fungible token (NFT). And if the reports are credible, the first offer could be $ 1 million.
The unique painting shared online by Rarible (an online marketplace) appears to depict a lifeless humanoid. It also appears to have a rounded torso, abdomen, and skull that is larger than humans.
Santilli said in a statement that he has known the story surrounding the accident for more than 30 years. “I believe that the technology we enjoy today began with the Roswell crash in 1947 and that the NFT and single-frame film on offer is by far one of the most valuable items ever to be auctioned,” he said at the Publication.However, the authenticity of the film and the individual image was the subject of much discussion.