Buzz Aldrin Punched This Guy in the Face for Saying the Moon Landing Was Fake

It's the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. But these moon truthers say it never happened.
July 20, 2019, 2:41pm

July 20 marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing — one of the greatest achievements in human history.

However, millions of moon truthers somehow still believe the Apollo moon landings were a hoax.

Among them is Bart Sibrel, a documentary filmmaker famous for getting punched in the face by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin after he pushed a Bible on him to make him swear that he went to the moon.

“I mean I would bet my life on it that the moon missions were fraudulent,” Sibrel told VICE News.


Randy Walsh is a Toronto-based, self-proclaimed "moon landing investigator," who's written a book about the missions being faked, called "The Apollo Moon Missions: Hiding a Hoax in Plain Sight."

“I think within my lifetime, within our lifetime, we will see an admission that the Apollo moon missions were faked,” he said.

Marcus Allen is a London-based photographer and conspiracy theorist, who publishes a conspiracy theory magazine called Nexus.

“If people want to believe it, that's entirely their affair," Marcus said. "I happen to know it's not true. It's fake. It's false. It's a fabrication. NASA have indulged themselves in fake news for 50 years. How sad is that.”

Cover: Bart Sibrel is a documentary filmmaker who’s dedicated 30 years to trying to prove the moon landings were faked. (Image: VICE News Tonight on HBO)

This segment originally aired July 19, 2019, on VICE News Tonight on HBO.