The Apollo 20 Hoax
I had been goofing around on YouTube and saw this video listed talking about a "crashed alien ship on the far side of the Moon".
My reaction to that was: Raised my eyebrow like Mr. Spock.
Watching the videos, to me it was obviously a hoax. Mainly because of how they zoomed into what was suppose to be a downed alien ship, it was obvious
that at a certain point the images had been messed with.
Digging around with Google on this, I saw a link to some place called "Above Top Secret". I did the Mr. Spock thing again and as I was clicking on the
clink to come here I thought: I'm most likely headed to some 13 year old's server in their mom's basement.
Instead, I was pleasantly surprised.
I spent a few months lurking without registering, just reading through threads. Some made me chuckle. Others made me stop, think and wonder.
Finally in January 2012, I took the plunge and registered. How could I resist participating in all the threads about how the world was going to end in
12 months??? You never know. Someone on here might of had it right, and I wanted to know about it!
Of course 2012 came and went....we're still here. That's okay, we've had lots of other things to read and talk about: Mars Rocks, Alien Moon Bases,
Fake Moon Landings, Expanding Earth, Flat Earth, UFO stuff (not as much good UFO stuff as before I'm afraid).
Debated all of that with lots of fun, enjoyed reading everyone's opinions and have been royally entertained.
Then one night someone was pounding at my door, dogs barking, and when I opened the door up a couple of guys wearing sunglasses (at night? What?) held
up something that went FLASH, and I don't remember anything else, until I woke up in front of my computer and noticed that under my username it now
I guess I passed some sort of test that I can't remember........