Aliens on the Moon: The Truth Exposed (2014)

Director
Robert Kiviat

Main cast
Joshua P. Warren; Roger Leopardi

Genres
Documentary

Description
Documentary - "Aliens on the Moon," 07/20/2014: July 20, 2014 marks the 45th anniversary of humanity's first landing on the Moon. This two-hour documentary special goes beyond the "official" story to examine what really might have happened. HD Version - Mike Bara, Roger Leopardi, Joshua P. Warren


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