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Spaceship Moon

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Submitter: I decided to check this book out when I saw it in the nonfiction section. Yes, the nonfiction section. I read the back and just started laughing. The funniest thing about this book is how serious the author is. He ACTUALLY BELIEVES that the moon is a hollow alien spaceship and lists like 5 billion reasons to try to prove that that is true, and is completely serious the entire time. Note that this book was written AFTER the first astronauts landed on the moon. I was laughing the entire time.

Holly: To each their own, and this would circulate well in many public libraries, but 1975 is definitely pushing it. There’s this, though: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaceship_Moon_Theory

8 Responses to Spaceship Moon

  • Lemme guess: the aliens in the moon-ship are responsible for Stonehenge, too? That’s just going off the cover.

    • Yep, they built it on the moon, but dropped off on Earth. Much like those semis that haul houses down the interstate.

  • You may want to hang onto this for a library book sale – I just looked on Amazon and this paperback is up for sale for $38.00, or more. It must have fans somewhere.

  • Spaceships are not made with cheese, he is all wrong !

  • I own a copy of this! It is indeed awful. And hilarious.

  • Someone has been reading too much HG Wells while taking too many recreational drugs.

  • This book is silly. Everyone knows the inside of the moon is actually made of cheese!

  • wait, this is from “The Fifth Element”! *blood starts seeping from scalp*