Human Skeleton on the Moon
America's Apollo 11 lunar module photographed a
human skeleton on the moon when it landed there in 1969.
That's the blockbuster claim of Chinese astrophysicist
Dr. Kang Mao-pang, who first stunned the world when he released pictures of bare
human footprints on the moon at a news conference in Beijing last winter.
The scientist claimed to have received those photos ---
which were so secret the Apollo 11 astronauts didn't even know they existed --
from "an unimpeachable U.S. source."
The photograph of the human skeleton was included in a
second batch of photos and documents he received from the same source this fall.
"The Americans have conspired in a cover-up of
monumental and possibly even criminal proportions," Dr. Kang told newsmen
"They hid photos of bare human footprints on the
moon for 20 years and managed to keep the human skeleton secret even longer. The
implications of what they found up there are staggering," he continued.
"But the Americans apparently feel that nobody else in the world is
privileged enough to share the information."
Dr. Kang's allegations stunned U.S. space and
intelligence experts, one of whom went into hiding after reporters tried to
question him in a Washington, D.C., restaurant.
Other sources also refused to comment -- even when told
that the Chinese expert has copies of over 1,000 NASA photographs that clearly
show bare human footprints and a human skeleton on the lunar surface.
Intriguingly, the skeleton appears to have been
wearing jeans. Judging from the position of the bones, it seems likely that
the person it belonged to was at least partially dismembered and met with
a violent death.
It is also probable that the skeleton was transported
into space long after the person was killed. The decomposition of bone and flesh
would not have been possible in the airless atmosphere of the moon. (Note: not
everyone is convinced that the moon is airless. -- Webmaster, Inquiring-Mines.com)
The Chinese expert further noted that the age of the
skeleton cannot be estimated without analyzing the bone firsthand.
"Like the footprints on the moon, these photos
were taken by a remote camera aboard the lunar lander and were given to me by an
American source who is beyond reproach," said Dr. Kang.
"I am also in the possession of classified
documents and letters that describe the footprints as being fresh and the
skeleton unquestionably human.
The question that must be answered is how the
footprints and skeleton got to the moon. The obvious implication is that
extraterrestrial lifeforms were involved but we'll never know unless the
Americans release the information they have."
The documents Dr. Kang quoted from are stamped
"top secret" and dated Aug. 3, 1969, which means they were written
just two weeks after astronauts Neal Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed and walked
on the moon -- in boots -- on July 20, 1969.
Large portions of the text have been blocked out. But
it's clear that U.S. experts agreed extraterrestrials had something to do with
the bare footprints and skeleton on the moon.
Repeated attempts to get officials at any level of
government to address Dr. Kang's report were unsuccessful.
Explained a Washington source: "Nobody's going to
say anything until President Bush gives the go-ahead. This isn't any ordinary
cover-up. It makes Watergate look like a Sunday School picnic. It's that damn