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Thanks a million times to Ken Johnston and Bret Colin Sheppard for taking their time to talk with Mars Moon Space TV.
Its important in this age of disclosure that people with knowledge as Ken Johnston and Bret Colin Sheppard speak out the truth.
What makes Ken Johnston’s archive particularly interesting to researchers is because it was created right during the busy days of the Apollo missions. Most researchers today only have access to the current database of images that are in electronic format. Researchers have noted, there are significant differences between images in Ken’s archives and what is available to the public. Johnston is an eyewitness to NASA personnel scrubbing out details of photos and painting over the stars in the sky.
When Johnston was working at the Lunar Receiving Lab at the Johnson Space Center, for reasons that have never been adequately explained, NASA officials ordered the destruction of five full sets of the irreplaceable photos of the missions that had been kept for use and study by scientists and NASA employees.
Johnston argued with his boss because he thought that the extra sets of photos could be shared with universities and scientific institutions. Because his boss expressly stated, “I don't care what you do, just get rid of them,” Ken had found his loophole for keeping two sets, one set that he gave to a university has all but disappeared, The other he kept for his own records. Three sets of photos went into the dumpsters behind the building as ordered. He's kept this set over many years and shared them with various researchers.
In 2015, Johnston met with researchers Bret Colin Sheppard and Karen Christine Patrick of the Lunar Anomaly Research Society, a group on Facebook. Members of the group study artifacts and anomalies found in lunar photographs including ancient structures, modern technology, and UFO craft seen on the moon. (Facebook.com/groups/LARS.PUBLIC/ )
Johnston, Sheppard, and Patrick became Team “KEN’S MOON” named after the book series. Together, they put the information into ebook format which has now been published as Ken’s autobiography, a catalog of mission reports, and the photographic archive. These are all available on the website KenJohnstonMedia.com.
Pictures inclusive some from the archive.
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