Coffee With Jeff #56: The Great Moon Hoax of 1835

29 mins - Published Sat, Sep 26, 2015 by Jeff Kelley

It could be true, bat people who live on the moon, don’t you think? Maybe not, but in 1835 the people of New York – and then the world – read a series of newspaper articles about a scientist who used a fantastic telescope to see the life that inhabited the moon. It’s true! He saw all kinds of things. This is the story.

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