July 20 was the 40th anniversary of the greatest conspiracy since the grassy knoll theory.

Dear Editor, 
July 20 was the 40th anniversary of the greatest conspiracy since the grassy knoll theory. I was skeptical then and now that astronauts ever landed on the moon. I know, a lot of people would have to keep quiet to accomplish it, but the Moonstruck public would never believe otherwise. I was eating lunch in a Denny's restaurant in Reno Nevada, while on my honeymoon. They had the supposed descent and landing on a black-and-white TV. While eating my beef tips I noticed what appeared to be a stagehand walking casually behind the Eagle landing craft as Neil Armstrong descended the steps. A few days later the conspiracy culminated with the space capsule splashing down in the Pacific. Of course, it had been rocketed in the air and allowed to float  seaward. Walter Cronkite described the event as he  had done on several occasions. Walter was one of my idols, but he was unable to hoodwink someone as alert as I. To this day Neil Armstrong hasn't acknowledged that he was in fact on the moon. Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins had been drugged and when they awakened they believed they had been to the moon. You might come up with a story like that if you had been missing for eight days. The stagehand may have been vice president Spiro Agnew who was there to shake Armstrong’s hand. This is the only documentary that was completely fictitious. I could go on, but this too is a hoax.
Albert Newland
Pittsburg