Lost Apollo 12 Film Discovered ...
"SAN FRANCISCO -- Part of the history of Apollo 12 has been missing until now.
In November 1969, Pete Conrad, Richard Gordon and Alan Bean became the second crew to explore the moon and return safely to earth.
Two weeks ago, a discovery at the bottom of an old box showed, for the first time, the final and exciting moments of the mission. It came inside a 16-millimeter film reel.
A film of the successful landing had unknowingly been stored away by the mission's helicopter pilot. He had no idea that he had in his possession the only copy of the landing. Once he discovered what the film contained, he immediately sent it to the USS Hornet's historian in Alameda."
Re: Lost Apollo 12 Film Discovered ...
Actually, the film was was a recording of the Roswell Alien Autopsy from 1947. Pete was supposed to leave the film on the moon in attempt to hide the truth forever. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Per autopsy findings:
The alien could foresee the future and died of deep depression after seeing the following 1990s event:
A certain female juvenile with the initials BS, scores on the music industry pop charts top ten.
[ 07-07-2006, 02:12 PM: Message edited by: JakeBrake ]