[CNI News thanks Bob Durant for permission to reprint this item.]
Backers of the authenticity of the Santilli alien autopsy video point to the authentic surgical instruments, trays and other operating room paraphernalia, and wonder how these items could have been gathered for a fake film without immense expense.
That question appears to be answered in the February 27, 1997 New York Times in a lengthy article in the home decoration section titled "Dr. Frankenstein's Furniture Makes House Calls." According to the Times, medical furniture and furnishings have become the latest decorating vogue:
"In these days of managed care and malpractice fever, furniture from the time of house calls, ether and laudanum is making its way into the living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms of America. Shops and flea markets around the country are asylums for collections of medical storage cabinets, steel shelving, surgical lamps, operating tables, hospital chairs and instrument sterilizers."
The article lists many outlets for discarded medical furniture and appliances in the New York City area [in case you're interested].
Original file name: CNI - Autopsy Surgical Gear?
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