In the GRAPHIC video above presented on Italian television, an alleged aborted alien fetus is shown. You read that right, an aborted hybrid alien fetus shown on mainstream TV, in gory high-definition detail. That’s only part of a long, convoluted story told by a not-at-all anonymous lady abductee, Giovanna Podda.
You can read some translation of the video and story over at the ATS forum. And keep reading for what that “alien fetus” really is. With graphic, gory images.
To make a very (very!) long story short: the alien fetus is a skinned, gutted rabbit. Here’s the supposed alien fetus:
And here’s some rabbit meat:
Two further comparisons (source):
“We are sure around here that that was a rabbit”, says Edoardo Russo, from CISU, Italian Center for UFO Studies. “I thought the same, and it looks like they removed its ‘guts’. The abdomen is hollow”, agrees Luis Ruiz Noguez.
Biologist Gabriel Cunha points that “from the anatomy of the rear legs, it’s obvious the poor creature would have walked (or perhaps, did walk) in all fours”. Quite unexpected for an “alien-hybrid”.
If you consider that’s a skinned, gutted rabbit that was then further inserted into some animal sack, and you remember the woman claims that came from her womb, then surely the story doesn’t fit the evidence.
It’s further complicated by many other produced evidence and stories presented. Giovanna claims she is being abducted by aliens since she was 4-years-old. Now she’s 41. She has crop circles appearing in her garden. And, as a small detail, that was in fact her 18th alien hybrid pregnancy, which ended abruptly and resulted in this…
As is the case here, for a variety of reasons (or lack of reason) some people come up with the claims and elaborate stories, then come the “ufologists” who either accept and even encourage them without question, or on the other hand present and exploit the claims by saying “it looks like a monkey/malformed child/rabbit but it could be something else!”, as if that would save them of all responsibility.
It does not. Shame on them. This Italian TV show is presented by one Enrico Ruggeri, a pop singer. A chef would have been more appropriated, it seems.
Last but not least, Enrique Márquez remembered how Giovanna’s alien-hybrid/skinned rabbit “abortion” is a modern version of the strange case of Mary Toft.
From the Hoaxipedia:
“In September, 1726 Mary Toft began to give birth to rabbits. The local surgeon, John Howard, responded to her family’s summons and hurried to Mary’s house where, to his amazement, he helped her deliver nine of the animals. They were all born dead, and they were actually rabbit parts rather than whole rabbits. Nevertheless, this didn’t lessen the amazing fact that she was giving birth to them. (…) Then, when a famous London physician, Sir Richard Manningham, threatened that he might have to surgically examine Mary’s uterus in the name of science, she wisely decided to confess. She explained that she had simply inserted the dead rabbits inside her womb when no one was looking, motivated by a desire for fame and the hope of receiving a pension from the King.”
If you thought those were candid 18th century hoaxes, people are just as gullible in the third millennium.
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Besides Massimo Polidoro, Paolo Attivissimo also debunked this story. Some reasonable folks at the ATS forum also pointed it was a rabbit, though the forum is also evidence that a few people will nevertheless believe the story.
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