[UPI - July 25, 1996] Bob Guccione, publisher of Penthouse magazine, said the September issue will carry "the first photos of an actual alien." In announcing the issue, which marks the magazine's 27th anniversary, Guccione said the pictures are "snippets" take from a secret military film of an alien autopsy in the late 1940s after an alleged spacecraft crash in Roswell, N. M. Guccione said he is convinced of their authenticity.
The flamboyant publisher is reported to have paid as much as $200,000 for the three photographs, which some UFO fans say have been floating around for years and are even available to surfers on the World Wide Web. Guccione said his pictures were sold to him by the daughter of a German scientist who had worked secretly on the Roswell project. He said she must remain anonymous "due to death threats she has received."
[It is not clear at this date whether or not Guccione's photos have any connection to the infamous Santilli "Alien Autopsy" film footage. - ed]
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