• Somebody Else Is on the Moon

  • By: George H. Leonard
  • Narrated by: Clay Lomakayu
  • Length: 6 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (130 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Few people noticed the secret codewords used by our astronauts to describe the moon. Until now, few knew about the strange moving lights they reported. 

George H. Leonard, former NASA scientist, fought through the official veil of secrecy and studied thousands of NASA photographs, spoke candidly with dozens of NASA officials, and listened to hours and hours of astronauts' tapes. 

Here, Leonard presents the stunning and inescapable evidence discovered during his in-depth investigation:

  • Immense mechanical rigs, some over a mile long, working the lunar surface.
  • Strange geometric ground markings and symbols.
  • Lunar constructions several times higher than anything built on Earth.
  • Vehicles, tracks, towers, pipes, conduits, and conveyor belts running in and across moon craters.

Somebody else is indeed on the Moon, and engaged in activities on a massive scale. Our space agencies, and many of the world's top scientists, have known for years that there is intelligent life on the moon. 

"An extremely convincing case the moon has life on it - an intelligent race that probably moved in from outside the solar system...." (UFO Report)

"Leonard's photos are truly mind-boggling...." (Publisher's Weekly)

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well done and probably mostly true!

Excellent analysis and research throughout. No doubt our double planet is occupied. We are not alone. We never were .

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great book!

I read this book years ago and it really left an impression.Well done! Good narrator.

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No photos

No photos, or any reference reference to photos. Makes the audible presentation almost pointless. Also, the information is pretty outdated. Cannot recommend.

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absolutely thought provoking

loved it. missed the photographs that the author spoke about, but that's a disadvantage of audible books.

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Awesome book!!

I agree with another guy:I'm going to make a thousand copies of this book and distribution them!"

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An interesting take on a controversial subject. I've always been intrigued at the notion that someone or something was watching us as we fumbled around on the moon.
If we even went to the moon...
(But that's a whole different book!)
The information presented throughout the book seems as though it was painstakingly acquired over a long period of time. As long as the author is not intentionally misleading us, he lays out the blueprints for a very healthy, and very much still active cover up of massive perportions.
I liked this book a lot and would reccomend it to anyone who's into
extra terrestrial theories, on the fence about aliens, or anyone who just enjoys a good cover up/ conspiracy.

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Thought-provoking Facts

The language is a bit dated in some ways, but the facts and questions are just as important now if not more so as they were in the 20th century.

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A real head scratcher

A great book. The author doesn’t try to persuade you to thinking anything all he does is provide evidence and makes you think. I really enjoyed it.

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  • 04-26-20

Missing content

Although I like the general written content, without an accompanying pdf with NASA pictures and authors drawings from the physical book, this book is missing it's core...

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  • 05-23-21

needs the pdf!! for sure...update required

it's a great read but the book is based on the study of nasa photography , and without the accompanying pdf it's kinda not possible. come on audible. how hard can it be?