- There is a longer version of the video on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH7XPMWc8ig
- In looking at it closely, there are two big errors in
it which proves this a hoax, or a re-enactment. This one too, is always
out of focus like the first one. Perhaps that's to prevent anyone from
seeing mistakes in the details. Here is a short analysis of the video.
- 1. At 5:19 into this video, an "astronaut"
is shown from the back. His "life support pack" is a long, sharp
cornered box-like object without any fittings, tubing, pipes or controls.
Real environmental Apollo backpacks were relatively short compared to this,
wider, covered in wrinkly white insulating blanket and quite complex. Real
environmental back packs didn't extend almost down to their knees as this
- 2. Astronaut appears to be pawing away at the ground
with some type of sample tool. If he was a REAL astronaut, he would know
the tool is to pick up SAMPLES and not use it like a rake. When you are
as far from the Lander as they depict (apparently several hundred feet)
and on limited oxygen you don't waste time pawing at the ground.
- 3. At 4:40, a Lunar Lander is visible through a framed
window ! Most of the video is one long cut, but there is an abrupt scene
change near the end at 4:40. The Lunar Lander looks like a scale model
on a stage.
- 4. At the very end, we see some men at control panels
very briefly. This is known in theater as "the selling" which
makes it convincing. In drama or film, when someone is punching someone
else they never, ever make contact. But it is up to the person being "struck"
to sell the idea they were hit by their reaction. The "sell"
used in this video is a bit more cleverly concealed, using the fake lander
and about 2 quick seconds of footage in a control room.
- Is this supposed to be a re-enactment of something that
actually happened? or is it just a hoax? The very strange thing about the
original video I posted is that numerous readers wrote me who could not
post comments to it as I could not. Could this video be a covert a psyc.
test of the populace to see how they react to proof of alien life? Even
though comments didn't post - it certainly doesn't guarantee no one has
ever received or read them.
- If you were doing psyc. research, you would want all
new video viewers to see the video first WITHOUT being able to see anyone
else's comments. And this is exactly what happens. But at the new youtube
posting given above, people are able to make comments and all have called
it hoax. Some viewers comments show that they may know where the footage
was taken as well. Numerous rense readers have already written me, telling
me that ET1 is a Greek television station. Ted Twietmeyer??