Roswell, Nevada - A film producer famous for his 'Alien Autopsy' documentary has been outed as the maverick genius behind a bio-engineering project to replace old, worn out and obsolete vaginas among female extraterrestrials.
Ray Santilli, whose controversial 1995 movie 'Alien Autopsy' saw him carry off a clutch of Baftas, Golden Globes and Academy Award nominations, was headhunted by NASA's cloning division as an external adviser on alien morphology, the study of the form and structure of orgasms.
The US space Agency was first to patent its specialist tissue regeneration program that's successfully implanted four female aliens with lab-grown inner sex organs using a construction technique similar to motor tire remoulds - or re-treads as they're known in the business.
At a PR conference at NASA HQ today NewsCorpse reporters were treated to seeing how tissue samples and something called a biodegradable scaffold were used to grow alien vaginas to the right size and shape.
Santilli, whose 1999 docu-drama about the extraterrestrial Princess Diana's own alien postmortem is still regarded as the industry benchmark for accurate measurements of ET body parts, is believed to have contributed expert knowledge about aspects of alien desire, arousal, lubrication and climax.
Pioneering work at NASA's Roswell facility is the first to address the dreaded Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome, which affects alien vaginal development in pre-menopausal females.
Other ET body parts may follow shortly.