NASA ‘whistleblower’ gives photos to Roswell’s UFO Museum


ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) – A former National Aeronautics and Space Administration consultant pilot who says photos and films from Apollo missions were doctored has donated material to Roswell’s UFO Museum.

The Roswell Daily Record reports Ralph Kennedy Johnston, Sr. gave last week digital copies of his three books to the International UFO Museum and Research Center.

Johnston says he has not donated the material to other institutions, although some copies of some photos are available online.

Johnston, a former trainer of astronauts and Belen resident, has said he saw NASA staff painting details out of lunar photos from Apollo missions. He believes the photos pointed to evidence of extraterrestrial activity on the moon.

Johnston was later fired from NASA. The agency has denied any existence of life on the moon.


Information from: Roswell Daily Record,

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