46 years ago last July, two American astronauts flew to, landed on, and walked over the lunar surface; then returned triumphantly to Earth. The Moon landings have been voted the most memorable TV event of the 20th Century. But do NASA’s claims of evidence stand up to scrutiny? Marcus Allen, the UK publisher of NEXUS Magazine, joins Richard Syrett to discuss why an increasing number of people now have doubts and if thousands of photographs were really taken on the lunar surface, or during the training exercises here on Earth. First hour guest, political scientist Joel Skousen reacts to current events, including Trump’s recent press conference.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell – Somewhere in Time returns to 10/26/01 for an Open Lines discussion on 9-11, which had just happened six weeks earlier.