(INTELLIHUB) — Conspiracy theorists on the Innerweb claim six of seven of the NASA Space Shuttle Challenger crew are still alive and well and are mingling in society today despite the fact that the shuttle blew up in the atmosphere back in 1986.
Although NASA officially maintains that the Challenger crew died, evidence uncovered by online sleuths appears to suggest otherwise but has not been independently fact-checked by Intellihub.
According to the narrator of a video posted to the Chris Anthem YouTube channel titled CHALLENGER ASTRONAUTS STILL ALIVE — MORE PROOF NASA LIES Ellison S. Onizuka, the 1986 shuttle mission specialist, happens to have an “identical twin brother” which raises suspicion for sure. However, the rabbit hole gets deeper when the video’s narrator claims that Challenger pilot Mike J. Smith is still alive and teaching at the “University of Wisconsin.”
Additionally, the narrator claims that teacher-in-Space payload specialist Sharon Christa McAuliffe is currently a “Syracuse law professor.”
Mission commander Francis R. (Dick) Scobee currently goes by the name “Dick Scobee” and is the “C.E.O. of Cows and Trees Ltd.,” the YouTuber explains before pointing out that mission specialist Judith A. Resnik is also alive and is a “professor at Yale Law.”
And what are the chances of mission specialist Ronald E. McNair also having a twin brother? Well, according to the report, he does. The YouTuber also asserts McNair is “claiming to be his identical twin brother” and may still be alive.
You can’t make this type of stuff up.
Has NASA been lying to us?
Did NASA lie to us about the 1986 #SpaceShuttle Challenger explosion?
— Intellihub (@intellihubnews) April 2, 2017