50 Years After Moon Landing, Hoax Theories Still Flourish Despite Weak Evidence
More than 50 years ago, men walked on the moon and it’s been almost that long since other men have been claiming it was all faked. In 2002, moon landing denier Bart Sibrel gave astronaut Buzz Aldrin a mouthful of his theories and got a mouth full of fist in return. The moon hoax movement started when a man named Bill Kaysing published a book in 1976 detailing his theories on how the Apollo 11 mission was faked. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.