"Well, you’re talking to the wrong guy! Why don’t you talk to the administrator at NASA? We were [just] passengers."
Buzz Aldrin Apollo 11 astronaut
This noteworthy comment by Buzz Aldrin was made after watching a video produced by fellow Apollo researcher Bart Sibrel. For over ten years two independent video producers have researched the Apollo record. These two researchers, David S Percy and Bart Sibrel working in Europe and the USA respectively, both received an extraordinary videotape of raw material from a source in NASA.
The front-up caption on the video reads:
This film of the Apollo 11 Mission
as a report film by
THE MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER
and is not
for general public distribution
There is good reason why this material in its entirety was not to be seen by the public:
It depicts obvious staging of an alleged journey to the Moon.
This footage, originally recorded on Ampex VR 1100/660 video machines at the Apollo Station, Goldstone, California – purporting to be live TV transmissions from the craft on the way to the Moon – is clearly dated by NASA 18, 19 & 20 July 1969.
On this tape are a number of ‘behind-the-scenes’ sequences from the CSM, accompanied by audio relayed from both Goldstone and Mission Control in Houston instructing the crew as to when to say their lines. These prompts were never intended to be heard by the public, nor were the contrived shots of the Earth from the craft’s window ever intended to be viewed by the public in such a raw, unedited state.
Evidence contained in this revealing footage strongly suggests that this mission was only at best in low-Earth orbit on the dates in question and not travelling to the Moon at all.
Is the fact that this material was sent to Percy and Sibrel merely an unfortunate accident, or a case of bold whistle-blowing on behalf of those wanting to expose the deception?
See the analysis of this footage by David S Percy in the double-disc DVD production What Happened on the Moon? and by Bart Sibrel in his DVD A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Moon.