Marcus Allen (publisher)

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Marcus Allen is the British distributor and publisher of Nexus, a bi-monthly alternative news magazine.[1] His publication offers "news and information that is overlooked, unreported or ignored by the mainstream media."[2] He worked as a photographer in London in the 1960s, and is a proponent of the idea that NASA faked the Apollo Moon landings.

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  1. ^ Matthews, Robert (November 24, 2002). "World's biggest telescope to prove Americans really walked on Moon". The Sunday Telegraph. London: Telegraph Media Group. Retrieved May 29, 2013. Marcus Allen, UK publisher of Nexus magazine and a long-time advocate of the [hoax] theory, said: 'I would be the first to accept what they find as powerful evidence that something was placed on the Moon by man.' 
  2. ^ "Marcus Allen - Guests - Coast to Coast AM". Coast to Coast AM. Retrieved May 29, 2013. 

External links[edit]

  • Marcus Allen biography from Coast to Coast AM
  • Allen, Marcus (July 20, 2009). "'No evidence' of Moon landing". Today (Interview). Interview with Prof. Martin Ward. London: BBC Radio 4. Retrieved May 29, 2013.  Synopsis: "On the 40th anniversary of the moon landing, Marcus Allen, the British publisher of Nexus - a magazine which deals with the paranormal - and Professor Martin Ward, Head of physics at Durham University, discuss the conspiracy theories that have plagued this event."