Talk on Moon landing hoax allegations

Malcolm Robinson and Marcus Allen
Malcolm Robinson and Marcus Allen

WERE the Apollo Moon landings in 1969 a hoax? That will be the subject under discussion at an upcoming event next month.

Marcus Allen, British distributor and publisher of Nexus, a bi-monthly alternative news magazine, is in Hastings on Saturday, August 3 at the Cinque Port pub in All Saints Street, from 2pm to 5.30pm.

During the talk, entitled The Apollo Moon Landings: Fact Or Fiction?, Marcus will be examining various pieces of evidence and theories that cast the whole historic event into doubt.

He says there are many anomalies in the photographs and films taken by NASA at the time and the Apollo space craft had no protection against the radiation in space.

He said: “Many people have questioned much of the Apollo programme but no-one really wanted to believe that they had been seriously misled so any doubts tend to be ignored and dismissed. Now that the emotion of the event has passed we can examine the details of Apollo dispassionately, and hopefully more objectively.”

Marcus has appeared on several TV programmes to discuss the Apollo Moon Landing controversy, such as BBC1’s The One Show and The Clarkson Show, Channel 4’s The Big Breakfast, Sky News, Sci Fi and Discovery Channels.

Next month’s talk is being hosted by Strange Phenomena Investigations (SPI).

For more information on this and other SPI meetings for 2013 call Malcolm Robinson on 07949 178835 or email him at malckyspi@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/malcolm.robinson2.

Entry to the talk is £3 for adults and £1.50 for children under 12.