Bart Sibrel

Bart Sibrel

Biography:

Bart Sibrel uncovered a 31-year old, mislabeled, unedited reel of footage that he believes provides evidence that the Apollo moon walk was a hoax. He claims Apollo 11 never made it beyond the Earth's orbit. Bart Sibrel was punched by astronaut Buzz Aldrin on September 9th of 2002 outside of a hotel in Beverly Hills.

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  • Moon Landing Hoax

    Bart Sibrel revealed why he thinks the Apollo moon landings were hoaxed and how government agencies have tried to stop the truth from getting out. In hour one, Nick Bryant and Pete Shinn on their efforts to bring the perpetrators in the Epstein trafficking network to justice.More »
  • Kubrick & Faked Moon Footage

    Filling in for George, Jimmy Church (email) was joined for all four hours by author and hermetic scholar, Jay Weidner, for a discussion on the release of an alleged 15-year old interview with filmmaker Stanley Kubrick in which he admits to faking the Apollo 11 moon landing...More »
  • Moon Hoax Theory

    In the first hour and a half of the program, Ian Punnett spoke with documentary filmmaker Bart Sibrel, who provided evidence that he believes shows the moon missions were faked by NASA. Callers lined up on both sides of the debate, many agreeing in one way or another with...More »
  • Rebroadcast from 1/6/03: Bart Sibrel

    Bart Sibrel contends that the 1969 Moon Landing was a hoax, in this replay from the 1/6/03 show.More »
  • Was the Moon Landing Faked?

    "You had one astronaut kicking me, one punching me, all we need is one spitting on me and we'll have a good trilogy," investigative reporter Bart Sibrel told George this past Monday night. Sibrel incurred the wrath of such astronauts as Buzz Aldrin and Ed Mitchell by insisting...More »

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