These are two of the best pix of “lunar anomalies” I have ever seen. I first saw them in “Extraterrestrial Archaeology”, a book that was edited by David Hatcher Childress, which I think is still in print. They are all located in the crater known as “Vitello” and were imaged by our friends at NASA in 1968, if memory serves. They are two of the most intriguing photographs I have ever seen. As usual mainstream astronomers, being at a loss to explain or enquire about them rationally, simply go into denial. When I asked one well-known British astonomer, Sir Patrick Moore, what his take was on the object leaving a long track behind it, he asked me this: “What does NASA say it is?” I replied that NASA said it was a “rolling boulder”. He replied, “Well, if NASA says it’s a rolling boulder, it’s a rolling boulder!” With that he abruptly ended our interview and stalked out of the room.
That’s when I decided that it really was something interesting.
The other object, apparently situated on an elevated plateau, has at least 10 straight sides, and is also apparently artificial.