This is getting hard to not scream at the top of my lungs. This world is lost and confused and one of the things that is causing this is the absolute lie that humans have ever or will ever walk on the moon. It makes me sick. Check back soon for the updated page full of my moon research.
For now, start here:
You’ll notice a man in the story named Brian Welch.
Well, poor Mr. Welch died at 42 right after this interview. I believe it was less than a month. Brian Welch died of a “heart attack” at the young age of 42. Was he not convincing enough? Did he have 2nd thoughts about lying? Here is the press release from NASA…
Headquarters, Washington, DC November 27, 2000
(Phone: 202/358-1600) RELEASE: 00-187
BRIAN WELCH, NASA DIRECTOR OF MEDIA SERVICES, DIES
Brian D. Welch, a veteran public affairs officer for the space agency and
NASA’s Director of Media Services, died Friday, Nov. 24, after suffering a heart
attack. He was 42.
“All of us at NASA are stunned and saddened by this tragic loss,” said NASA
Administrator Daniel S. Goldin. “Brian’s love and enthusiasm for space flight
and exploration was infectious. He approached his job with a passion and a purpose
and truly embodied the spirit of this agency.”
As Director of Media Services, Welch led many of the agency’s public outreach
efforts. He was responsible for overall agency news operations, NASA Television
and the agency’s Internet efforts.
Welch began his NASA career as a public affairs cooperative education student at
the Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA, in 1979. In 1981, he moved to the
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, to become editor of the Center newspaper, the
Space News Roundup.
In 1984, Welch became a public affairs mission commentator, providing real-time
descriptions from the Mission Control Center during Space Shuttle flights. He
also served as Deputy News Chief at the center, manager of the JSC mission
commentary team and newsroom manager during Shuttle flights. He served ten-
months at NASA Headquarters as speechwriter for Administrator Goldin, before
being appointed Chief of News and Information in 1994. Welch was named Director
of Media Services in 1998.
“His passing is a tremendous loss for all of us,” said Peggy Wilhide, Associate
Administrator for the Office of NASA Public Affairs. “Our thoughts and prayers
go out to Brian’s family, his many friends, as well as the many members of his
extended family here at NASA.”
Welch was a graduate of Murray State University, Murray, KY, and a native of
Fulton, KY. His mother, one brother and one sister survive him.
Here are some video clips from the 2006 documentary “DID WE GO”