Conspiracy theorist insists Max Moon landing was hoaxed

MaxMoonLanding 300x240 Conspiracy theorist insists Max Moon landing was hoaxedA local conspiracy theorist claims there is “irrefutable proof” that the Max Moon landing of 1992 was an elaborate hoax.

“WWE has been covering up the truth for years,” said Rory Penderton, who lives alone in a tiny apartment wallpapered with newspaper clippings and scribbled notes.

“People think Max Moon landed in the then-WWF in the early 1990s, but things aren’t always what they seem,” he continued.

This isn’t the first time Penderton has insisted that the truth about WWE differs from the “official story.” He says he knows who blew up Vince McMahon’s limo, and has discerned the contents of Paul Bearer’s urn.

But the Max Moon conspiracy, he insists, is the “most explosive” conspiracy of all.

“Max Moon was supposedly an intergalactic traveller with a jetpack,” he said, “but I have proof that he was actually just Paul Diamond in a silly costume.”

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