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Jack White (1927-2012) was a self-proclaimed expert in photographic analysis with a conspiratorial bent. Based on his "analysis" of some photographs, he came to believe in some JFK assassination conspiracies and testified to that effect in front of the House Select Committee on Assassinations in the 1970s. The Committee was not impressed by his arguments. Later, he became one of the less famous proponents of the Moon landing conspiracy theories. The people who knew shit about the Apollo program were not impressed by his arguments, either. Most of his Moon hoax material can be found on Aulis Online, and in his later years, he hung out on The Education Forum.
- Clavius.org contains some commentary and rebuttals of Jack White's Moon landing claims:
- Jack White's Apollo Studies – Index 1, AULIS Online
- Jack White's user profile at The Education Forum
- Jack White and David Percy: An examination of their errors in the matter of the Apollo offset shadow images, Craig Lamson