Originally posted by usdscuba
Moon studio pictures reply:
I will try to answer your questions as best as I can remember. Keep in mind this was way back in 1974 about 36 years ago, and I do not think with all
the thousands of changes in the Houston area I would even be able to find the location again.
Oh, what a totally unexpected shame that is. I wasn't expecting that sort of reply, oh no.
I am sure everything that was there during that time period was removed and placed in a secure storage facility.
Yes, of course, what was I thinking. I mean, just because they left it there for TWO YEARS after the program finished, just for you to see... but
I'm sure they got all sensible after that.
Your opinion is of little value because you are not aware of the facts.
My opinion has exactly the same value as yours, on this forum. But I tedn to back my information up with verifiable facts. Can anyone spot the
I was there, and was able to see, and touch the equipment there.
Mmmm. Proof positive!
Why would a 58 year old guy make this up?
Why is your age relevant or (believable)?
But to answer the question, perhaps because:
- he likes stirring the pot
- he wants 15 minutes of fame
- he works for a studio/distributor seeing moon hoax books or dvds
- he is a troll
- he genuinely believes this tripe, and is annoyed that it gets shot down so much, and tries feverishly to help 'the cause'..
Nope? None of those? OK, you must
be telling the truth, so I can't think of ANY reason.
Over the last 36 years I have made many good friends working at NASA
'Course you have, dearie. But of course you can't name them because the black helicopters will descend.
and I can assure you that what the public is aware of has little to do with reality.
Pity you can't be specific...
The location was North of the 610 loop, and from our office on corporate it took about 35 minutes driving time to get there.
I LOVE it. Gotta have respect for Merkans who think people around the globe will easily be able to work that reference out. Thanks!
It was not on Hwy 59, but on a side street about 10 minutes from the freeway.
10 minutes off the freeway isn't exactly 'just off', but I guess that's an other Merkan thing..
I was new to the Houston area at the time, and I was not the driver.
And they blindfolded you so you couldn't see the street names?
I rode with an Electrical engineer Named Clint.
You've certainly made my day. How apt.
The lighting system appeared to be the same as any movie set. There were large lights mounded on ceiling tracks, about 8 or 10. These were about 36"
OD with black adjustable flaps on the sides.
KABOOM!!! End of credibility.
You were warned about walking into the trap! Thanks for doing so. I'm not going to spend any further time debunking this rank, fetid stupidity.
Just three words are required for you:
Just check the image that is being discussed, and ANY of the thousands of other lunar surface shots.
[edit on 28-4-2010 by CHRLZ]