Was the Moon Landing Staged? Are Their Ghosts in the Basement? Or is Your Dad Just on a Bender?
Hey Misfits! This week we got a fab episode for ya. Emmy kicks us off with a classic she’s been dying to cover: the fake moon landing. That’s right: 40,000 NASA workers kept the moon landing hoax a secret for 50 years. But the true heros are those on the internet who still point out that there is no wind on the moon (“but how could the U.S. flag be waving in the wind Emmy???!!”). Then, Steve comes at us with a few more hard-hitting factual stories: about kids who have seen ghosts. Steve and Emmy’s favorite is one about a kid who thinks he sees Santa, but then realizes it’s a ghost (but we know it was actually just his drunk dad coming home late at night). Ya had to be there, i guess. Stanley Kubrik TikTok referenced in the show: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdwfESKP/
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