Ok, I love a good conspiracy theory, it's like Monty Python for me, sheer comedy, most of them are so totally debunked nowadays it's amazing they still have followers.
For instance, the faking of the moon landings, since there were only 6 of them, and only a couple of people have actually walked on the moon, I can see why this one is sometimes so seductive, I mean, it's one of mankind's most fantastic achievements, so why not belittle it and bring it back to the level of the ordinary person.
Only almost no one asks perhaps the most obvious and telling question of all, where is the Russian evidence that it was fake? After all, they tracked every launch, followed the radio traffic, and recorded everything they could, not once, but 6 times, given the state of relations between USA and USSR at the time, if there had been the slightest doubt, then the world would have known, loudly, and clearly, USSR would have seen to that.
The draw of conspiracy theories is that they make you feel that you are privy to secrets that ordinary people don't know about, you're part of a special club.
Don't be fooled they say, listen to us and believe what we say.
But remember not to think critically, or research, because that destroys the illusion.