American quality control inspector. Baron brought to light
numerous safety violations in connection with the investigation of the
Apollo 1 fire.
Brian, William L. II
American author and engineer. Brian wrote Moongate: Suppressed
Findings of the U.S. Space Program. He argues that NASA
discovered the moon's gravity was not one-sixth of earth's, but rather
64% as strong. Brian does not dispute that astronauts visited the
moon, but rather what they discovered when they got there.
American author and head of technical publications at Rocketdyne
until 1963. Kaysing wrote We Never Went to the Moon in 1974
and many of his original arguments are still offered by modern
conspiracists. Some consider him the father of the lunar landing hoax
American photo historian. White was first known for his attempt
to prove forgery in certain photos associated with the assassination
of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. He has only recently attempted to
analyze the Apollo photographs.