Story by Ian Brandes
The first men on the moon were watched by hostile aliens, according to an amazing investigation by UFO experts.
The extraterrestrials apparently warned America's first moon expedition in 1969 that a space station would not be welcome. And a fleet of UFOs even confronted the Apollo 11 and its crew to prove their point.
The sensational claims were unveiled yesterday by researchers from the paranormal magazine Encounters, who have analysed ten tales from space missions over the past 30 years.
One former employee of NASA told the research team that radio hams heard Apollo crew members Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin agog with amazement when they saw the aliens.
"These babies are huge, sir, enormous! Oh my God!" Armstrong reported to mission control. "There are other spacecraft out there, lined up on the crater's edge. They're on the moon, watching us!"
The encounter was confirmed to the researchers by Maurice Chatelain, a former head of communications at NASA.
"It was common knowledge, but nobody has talked about it until now," he said. "All Apollo and Gemini flights were followed, both at a distance and sometimes also quite closely, by space vehicles of extraterrestrial origin.
"Every time, the astronauts informed Mission Control, who then ordered absolute silence."
[Russian] UFO expert Dr. Vladimir Azhazha told the researchers that Armstrong has been gagged over the claims. And they say that world governments have covered up the UFO encounters in case they spark mass panic.
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