posted on Oct, 16 2006 @ 11:53 PM
There are those of you familiar with Richard C. Hoagland's space research and his deep interest in the planets within our own solar system. Often it
is tied to the coverup of life within our planets and moons (glass towers on the moon, the face on mars. etc.).
For those of you unfamiliar with Richard C. Hoagland, you can check out his website at The Enterprise
Richard has recently unveiled a photo that looks like the head of humanlike metal object as well as many other machinelike structures within a crater
called Shorty, roughly 100 meters across. During the moon landing. Schmitt and Cernan (2 US astronauts) were to collect samples of the area when they
discovered some orange looking clay as well as some interesting artificats left behind.
I will include some photos from the site, but suggest that you read the whole article as well. Hoagland will also be featured on Coasttocoastam.com
radio tonight while discussing some other discoveries.
I would be interested to hear what John Lear thinks about this mission and what it found.
Zorgon, you too, you seem to have pretty good eyes for these things.
[edit on 10/17/2006 by infinite8]