I look at the surface of the moon regularly with my own eyes. You should try it. Beats reading woo woo sites on the Net I asure you. And it is real. One thing though. millions of people do it every day, yet not one on earth can prove this claim, what does that tell you?
In my experience, the better quality the images of the moon or Mars you're looking at, the less impressive looking the anomalies are. Someone on a blurry low-res YouTube video has found a moonbase at a particular place on the moon? Go have a look at the LRO imagery for the same spot and it suddenly turns into rocks.