Bart Sibrel Net Worth

Bart Sibrel was born on 1964 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States or Dayton, Ohio, United States, is Conspiracy Theorist. Bartholomew Winfield Sibrel is an American conspiracy theorist and filmmaker who believes the six Apollo Moon landings between 1969 and 1971 to be hoaxes and has made several documentaries on the subject. He gained notoriety in 2002 when he was punched in the face by Apollo 11 crew member Buzz Aldrin. Active for the last three decades, Sibrel has been the owner of five production companies, worked for the two of three major US networks, and served as a producer on projects that have been broadcast on ABC, NBC, TLC, Fox, USA, and BET. As a guest, he has made appearances on talk shows, such as ‘Geraldo’, ‘The Daily Show’, and ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’. He also wrote several plays and has received numerous awards, including Best Cinematography, Best Editing, and Top 10 Director Awards from the American Motion Picture Society. In the recent years, he has been earning a living as a taxi driver.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Conspiracy Theorist
Birth Year 1964
Birth Place Nashville, Tennessee, United States or Dayton, Ohio, United States
Birth Sign Capricorn
Occupation video maker, conspiracy theorist
Years active 1985–present

💰 Net worth: $700,000

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In his 2001 documentary, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon, Sibrel states the Moon landings were faked. Sibrel has recycled many of his assertions from other hoax proponents, including the technical difficulty of crossing the Van Allen radiation belts and supposed anomalies in the photographs taken on the moon. Sibrel has no known expertise as either a radiation sickness specialist, or as a Photographer. Sibrel's arguments for faking the moon landings are rife with numerous logical fallacies, including Arguments from Ignorance and incredulity as well as Appeal to probability. The film features Sibrel-edited footage which he states was accidentally sent to him from NASA. According to Sibrel, was evidence from that film shows that the Apollo 11 astronauts were staging shots of the Earth to make it appear that the spacecraft was en route to the Moon when it was actually, according to Sibrel, still in low Earth orbit.


Sibrel confronted several Apollo astronauts, who did not respond positively when they realized that they are being challenged on their accredited achievement of landing and walking on the Moon. The most infamous incident involved Apollo 11 crew member Buzz Aldrin. According to Aldrin, he was lured to a Beverly Hills, California, hotel on September 9, 2002, under the pretext of an interview on space for a Japanese children's television show. As he was leaving the hotel, Sibrel was there requesting that he swear an oath on a Bible that he had walked on the Moon.


In July 2009, Sibrel, who worked as a Nashville taxicab driver, was charged with vandalism when he jumped up and down on the hood of a car owned by a woman with whom he was having a parking dispute. Court documents show he was arrested after the driver refused to pull out of a parking space he wanted. The arresting officer wrote, "A few moments later the parking space in front of the victim opened up and [Sibrel] drove into it and parked." Sibrel "then walked up to the victim's car and jumped onto the hood, and then jumped up and down several times." The report says he caused about US$1,400 worth of damage, after which Sibrel pleaded guilty to vandalism and was placed on probation.


Before this incident, Sibrel had interviewed Aldrin in a hotel room, as shown in Sibrel's film Astronauts Gone Wild. During the interview, after Sibrel confronted Aldrin with a videotape containing, according to Sibrel, newly discovered footage from the Apollo 11 mission, Aldrin replied: "Well, you’re talking to the wrong guy! Why don’t you talk to the administrator at NASA? We were passengers, we're guys going on a FLIGHT."