Marcus Allen is the UK publisher of Nexus Magazine, which he introduced to the UK in 1994. Nexus is the world's leading alternative news magazine, covering health, future science, hidden history, the unexplained and UFOs. Nexus originates from Australia, and is now sold in over 100 countries including the USA and Canada. Marcus is now able to pursue his lifelong interest in the unexplained, on a full time basis. The Moon Landings is just one of the many 'taboo' subjects he has investigated, around which new questions have been raised that have yet to be satisfactorily answered.
Marcus has appeared on many TV shows during the past 20 years, to discuss the Apollo Moon Landing controversy: BBC TV , Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky News and Sci Fi and Discovery Channels, Edge Media, as well as being interviewed on numerous national and local radio shows in the UK and in the USA. He has also given many public presentations throughout Britain and Europe, and one in Kathmandu, Nepal which directly challenges the 'official' story of men landing on the Moon over 50 years ago.
Prof. Peter Ward talked about killer volcanoes like the recent Tonga eruption, and the dangers of Yellowstone. Followed by UK publisher Marcus Allen on the possibility that the moon landings were hoaxed.More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to November 27, 2002, when Art Bell was joined by Marcus Allen, the British distributor and publisher of the UK edition of Nexus Magazine. Allen discussed why he no longer believes man went to the Moon.More »
British publisher for Nexus Magazine, Marcus Allen, presented his analysis of the Apollo moon landing, which he believes may have been faked. The reason for such a hoax was "basically for propaganda," so that America could demonstrate its "technological superiority over the...More »
Marcus Allen is the British distributor and publisher of the UK edition of Nexus Magazine. Like so many others Marcus watched the Apollo Moon Landings live on Television and at the time applauded the evident success of those missions. It was 7 years ago after he had attended a...More »
James Szubski revealed how the electromagnetic environment of the Columbia River Gorge might play a role in people experiencing unusual phenomena. In the first hour, legendary Doors drummer John Densmore reflected on the band's music and legacy.