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US Air Force sergeant left ‘shaking’ after ‘seeing massive alien base on Moon’

A whistleblower once claimed that he saw a ‘base’ on the dark side of the Moon when he was roped in to help repair some misfiring photography equipment in the late 1960s.

Former US Air Force Sergeant Karl Wolfe waited 30 years after the alleged incident to tell his story, bound by his security clearance gained when he was working at Langley Air Force base in Virginia, USA as a precision electronics photograph repairer for NASA.

According toHows & Whys he said his boss had told him to come and help with some equipment at a nearby facility that was playing up that was similar to the equipment he was used to working with.

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The only person around who was able to help, he obliged and his security clearance was heightened to allow him to enter.

He said he entered a facility full of people from different countries, not just the USA.

Wolfe was then shown into the darkroom where the equipment he was meant to be working on was located. In the room was another man, an airman.

The process of repairing the equipment was one that would take him a long time.

Part of the process involved waiting and the two men got talking, where the man told him NASA camera data was sent to be processed at Langley, the headquarters of the CIA, before being sent to various parts of the military to be analysed.

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Here the man told him that new images have showed structures on the moon that didn’t appear to have been possible to make through natural processes.

The airman allegedly said: “We discovered… a base of the back side of the Moon.”

Wolfe said he was left “shaking” by the discovery when the attendant, who noticed his reaction reiterated: “Yes, a base on the dark side of the Moon.”

Wolfe was given the photographs to look at and claimed to be able to see geometric shapes and masts that looked like radar antennae you would find on Earth.

He said the base looked organised and planned.

Wolfe claims to have sat on the events of that day for 30 years due to being bound by his security clearance, finally telling his story all those years later.

In 2018, at the age of 74, he was killed by a trailer while cycling in Lansing, New York.

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