Marcus Allen, of Apollo Moon landing hoax fame, gave a presentation at the British Interplanetary Society about alleged photographic anomalies on April 4. As part of the presentation his claims were countered by a member of the Society.
The latest issue of the Society's magazine has an article about the presentation and can be read at the Apollohoax.net forum: Re: A sad development - Marcus Allen at the BIS?
According to the article Allen claims he believes men walked on the Moon but this is contradicted by his public statements. There are a few red flags that seem to indicate the author is not well versed about the ways and means of conspiracy theorists. 1. He called Allen a sceptic. 2. He said Allen has changed his mind about the photographic anomalies. Until Allen makes a written public statement to that effect it is far too hasty to conclude that merely from what he said at the presentation.