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Documentary on alien implants convinces filmmaker topic not so crazy

A paranormal documentary filmmaker who explores people’s extraordinary beliefs, has tackled the often ridiculed topic of alien abduction, and the related phenomenon of alien implants. However, this documentary features an actual doctor, a credible alleged abductee and some science. All of which has convinced filmmaker Jeremy Corbell that alien implants deserve a serious examination.

Jeremy Corbell investigating the alien implant case in a scene in Patient Seventeen. (Credit: Jeremy Corbell/ExtraordinaryBeleifs.com)

Of all of the fringe ideas in the UFO field, the idea that people are being snatched up by aliens and then returned without their knowledge is pretty hard for many to swallow. Added on top of that the claims some of these people have had implants placed inside of them by the aliens, well, for many, that is bat-poop crazy.

When first asked to document a surgery to remove an alleged alien implant, Cobell responded it was “way outside of my scope of knowledge or interest.”

“It seemed too wild for me to put my mind around,” explained Corbell.

However, since he was asked by friends, and has an interest in extraordinary beliefs, Corbell decided to do it. His experience ultimately resulted in his newly released documentary, Patient Seventeen.

One of the main characters, who Corbell grew very fond of, is pediatric surgeon and alien implant specialist, Dr. Roger Leir.

Dr. Roger Leir post-surgery. (Credit: Jeremy Corbell/ExtraordinaryBeleifs.com)

Incidentally, Leir was also skeptical when he was approached years ago with the request to remove a suspected alien implant. He thought it was ridiculous. But when he removed the object, begrudgingly, he said it was unlike anything he had seen before, and became very interested in the topic. He then removed, or aided in the removal, of dozens of the objects before passing away in 2014.

Corbell says Leir passed away while he was putting his documentary together, but it was not so much Leir that convinced him the alien abduction and implant phenomenon may be real.

The suspected alien implant removed from patient 17. (Credit: Jeremy Corbell/ExtraordinaryBeleifs.com)

“It was the patient that transformed my opinion,” says Corbell.

Corbell describes the man he refers to as patient 17, the namesake for his film, as an “average guy of above average height.”

He is six foot nine.

He is referred to as patient 17 because he wishes to remain anonymous, and because he was Leir’s 17th patient to undergo an “alien implant” removal. Corbell says patient 17 is a very down to earth person.

In fact, Corbell says, “He was, and remains, the biggest skeptic that this object removed from his leg — that is hands down extraordinary — has anything to do with his abduction experiences.”

The man known as patient 17. (Credit: Jeremy Corbell/ExtraordinaryBeleifs.com)

So what is so extraordinary about the object? Well, for the full story you will have to watch the film, but, according to Corbell, some experts have interpreted the data from test results conducted thus far as being made off-world.

Corbell admits more testing has to be done, but he is convinced this thing is really weird.

The object removed from patient 17 under a microscope. (Credit: Jeremy Corbell/ExtraordinaryBeleifs.com)

A short version of Patient Seventeen was entered into the EBE Film Festival at the International UFO Congress several years ago. Although I knew Leir personally, the film exposed me to aspects of his life I was not familiar with, such as a beautiful scene of Leir playing a gigantic organ. The scene was very intimate and moving.

As for patient 17, the man. He did come across as credible, and certainly does not fit the mold of what many think of as an “alien abductee.” He came across as an independent professional who did not seem interested in seeking attention.

I admit, alien abduction is a weird topic that can be uncomfortable. The awkwardness of the phenomenon is portrayed well in the comedy television show People of Earth on TBS. However, if there was ever a documentary that would convince those interested in hard evidence, this may be the one. Not only that, I have to admit, I am partial to Corbell’s shooting style, which is intimate, beautiful and up close and personal.

As of today, Patient Seventeen is available on iTunes, and will be available on other streaming outlets soon.

For more on Patient Seventeen, visit the website at: ExtraordinaryBeleifs.com. You can also hear Corbell and I discuss his film and other current projects on Open Minds UFO Radio.

 

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Alejandro Rojas is a radio host for Open Minds Radio, editor and contributing writer for Open Minds magazine as well as OpenMinds.tv. For several years Alejandro was the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education. As a UFO/Paranormal researcher and journalist, Alejandro has spent many hours in the field investigating phenomena up close and personal. Alejandro has been interviewed by media organizations around the world, including the largest cable and network news agencies with several appearances on Coast to Coast AM.

4 comments

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    I will have to see the video but has any testing been done for chemical or elemental makeup of the object? Before removal of the implant a testing for differing radio or frequency transmitting or receiving response would be interesting. Even after removal of the implant object if it could be placed in the same voltage and environment further testing may still offer some interesting results. I have seen documentaries of these before but I didn’t see any real testing to study its purpose.

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    Once again an interesting sub-topic of what I believe to be a legitimate science, Ufology, has been trivialized by a documentary. Film makers seem to think that people won’t watch anything unless the music, drum machine and sound effects are at full blast. I remember watching a documentary on cold fusion with a fair analysis both pro and con presented in a professional way. There was no use of fantastical lighting or weird camera angles, the facts were presented and the viewer could, from them, judge and decide.

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    Leir was a podiatrist (foot doctor or DPM) and not an MD. Accordingly, he did not actually perform many of the surgeries he claimed to have performed, although he was probably present for those, offering verbal advice to the MDs involved. Derrel Sims was the investigator who got Leir involved in the implant removal business. As Sims has explained many times (easily found on Facebook) he stopped working with Leir because the doctor allegedly lost implants under his control and made a phone call to Los Alamos National Laboratory, inquiring about the status of the examination of an “alien implant” submitted to the lab by Sims, who went out of his way to keep the lab from knowing the history of the object. Once Leir shot off his mouth, Los Alamos dropped the investigation, according to Sims. Although Leir might seem like more of a goofball than many have been willing to admit, he deserved credit for his willingness to get involved in an area that other doctors avoided.

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    Have you ever heard of Allies of Humanity? There are 3 briefings and it’s quite an interesting read.They are free books online: http://bit.ly/-AOH

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