Foreign Technology Division/Wright Patterson AFB,
graphic images came from a series of approximately 20.
These illustrations and/or graphics of an "alien"
autopsy where originally broadcast in October 1988 on
a 2-hour show called "UFO Cover-up - Live" by
Seligman Productions. After seven+ years of checking on
the authenticity of these illustrations, here is what
has been found:
The reader I believe will note the symbol in the upper
left hand corner of one image as "FTD-WP." This
means the "Foreign Technology Division, Wright Patterson
Air Force Base." Since it is a scan of the original,
it may be difficult to read. Note: FTD is now NAIC or
the National Air Intelligence Center.
2. It can also be noted in the same image, the serial
number in the upper right hand corner. A large part of
it is missing due to the image transfer process. From
examining the 19 graphic photos/slides before they were
scanned, we were able find five graphics out of 19 that
appear to have serial numbers in the upper right hand
corner. The numbers were; 194 294300, 342 89300, 374 001209,
394 00129 and, 89201 9811.
Other information gathered from the remaining graphics
is as follows:
A. Date of illustrations: 10/01-66 [presumably Oct 1,
B. Symbols "FTD-SYD;" where SYD is the three-letter
office symbol that was responsible for graphics. This
office was reported to be under the Directorate of Systems
at the Space Systems Division within FTD. Note: Back in
1966, the Directorate of Systems was called the "Technology
and Sub Systems Directorate."
C. Exact height: 3' 4" to 3' 8."
D. There appears to be a letter group of NIRE/SIRHC in
the upper right corner on some of the graphics.
The graphics were supplied by a man named Curtis Brubaker
to Seligman Productions in 10/88 for a show called ["UFO
Coverup - Live"]. Brubaker made the claim that he
placed the logos on the graphics. But, when Brubaker was
asked the question as to why practically nobody saw them
he had no answer. Brubaker later said that he received
them from a source at Wright-Patterson AFB. Checking with
two other sources, they both said that the "Alien"
shown in the graphics was of the type kept at WPAFB up
until 1982-83, at which point they were moved to "other
locations" because of the publicity. This type "Alien"
is the same type that was recovered at Roswell in July
of 1947. The one depicted in the Santilli film does not
match anything described here and may very well be human.
The reader must be aware that there was an extensive effort
to try and trace the serial numbers on the graphics but
that effort failed. Most readers are aware that the GAO
(General Accounting Office), in the fall of 1995, finished
its report on Roswell looking at both classified and unclassified
documents. And, the GAO couldn't prove anything except
to say there existed missing documents. If the reader
can understand that then, proving anything in this area
is extremely tough.
graphics are a mixture of what appears to a model in some
cases and artist illustrations in others. Most of them
have serial numbers on them and the FTD etc logo. These
graphics have been very carefully checked over seven years.
The information ie "Anatomy" has been confirmed
by a number of intelligence sources who, as you would
expect, don't want to be named but are in a "need
to know" basis at a high level.
urgency is in the timing and the time is now. High-level
"intel" sources don't want to see congressional
[action] on this and are really jumpy about GAO report.
Santilli film is a good smoke screen whether the body
is real or not.
information on an alleged "alien mandible" came
from an interview with an ex-VA (Veterans Administration)
dental specialist in Dayton, OH, conducted in February
1995 by news reporter Carl Day of television station WDTN-Channel
2. CNI News subsequently interviewed both Carl Day and
the VA dental technician, identified as John Mosgrove,
who provided the following information:
Force personnel visited VA hospital in Dayton during last
week of October 1979, bringing with them a dental impression
of an unusual mandible. On request, dental technician
John Mosgrove made a "quick-set" casting from
the mandible for the Air Force officer, then observed
the officer crush the original impression and throw it
into a waste basket.
leaving with the casting, the officer told Mosgrove that
there would be no paperwork on this assignment and that
he was to forget everything he had seen.
recovered the fragments of the crushed impression and
reconstructed them over a period of days, then made several
castings. One casting remains in his possession. Another
was given to news reporter Carl Day. A third is in an
unnamed safe location. Based on his study of the "mandible"
and inquiries to several other specialists, Mosgrove speculates:
"Alien" With Overlay Mandible
of person or "being": late twenties to early
Age of mandible: goes back 40 to 45+ years
Mandible underwent traumatic impact; i.e. tooth knocked
Mandible not human or [known] animal
Person or "being" not a meat eater; teeth completely
Graphic picture above shows mandible overlaid on "alien"
face. As the reader will note, it's a close fit. And,
the images below were televised as mentioned previously
on the show "UFO Cover-up-Live."