Mysteries: Great Moon Hoax Pictures
Don Wildman investigates a baseball bat linked to a case of fanatical mania, a set of infamous letters and ornate wallpaper that reveals an astounding tale of astronomical intrigue.Filed under:
Great Moon Hoax
"A Peep at the Moon" was an attempt by a local reporter to prove that there was life on the moon. However, after the reports were put out by the New York Sun, its chief rival, the New York Herald, posted scathing reviews of the Sun's claims, ultimately resulting in the truth.
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