London, England-- A grainy, black-and white film of Osama bin Laden's autopsy has just been discovered, according to producer Ray Santilli. The 17-minute movie shows an autopsy being performed in a tent by military doctors. The gruesome film will be shown on Foxy TV later tonight in a special broadcast.
Those who have seen the film compare it to Santilli's 'Alien Autopsy' film that aired on television back in 1995. The new film shows three military doctors busily slicing up Osama's corpse. There is no dialogue, except for a few grunts and coughs. It's rumoured that President Obama appears in the background wearing surgical robes about halfway through the 17 minutes, but no one is really sure. Johnathan Frakes narrates the film at the beginning and the end.
There are also many spooky, unexplained things about the film. Many people swear they can see and hear ghosts of Osama's victims throughout the broadcast. Other people claim they can hear flames crackling in the background.
Ray Santilli promises the film is disturbing and is not for all audiences. He recommends that everyone should make popcorn, turn out the lights, and just try to enjoy the program.