A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon

Did we really land on the moon? This documentary provides significant photographic and audio evidence to the contrary.

“The fact that the Apollo program was so departmentalized, with various construction and tests sites around the country, meant that only a few people saw the whole picture. And, for the first time ever, there was no independent press coverage of such an historical event. Whatever pictures and sound were distributed to the public were strictly controlled and previewed by the federal government.”

“Also surprising is the scarcity of photographs of the mission’s chief pioneer Neil Armstrong. The greatest achievement in human history and of the man whose first step echoed around the world, dawning a new age of scientific enlightenment, there is only one full bodied picture of him on the moon. In the more than 30 years since the event, aside from NASA’s initial press conference and the occasional brief anniversary remarks where few questions were permitted, he has never given one on camera interview to anyone, ever.”

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