But Una said she was suspicious of those shadow directions while watching the telecast, before any of the Hasselblad photographs had been released.
(And, indeed, before many of them had even been taken.) Then why does Una Ronald appear, undisguised, on camera in What Happened on the Moon?
After seeing the Coke bottle, Una exclaimed, "It's a fake! But she can't answer why the bottle was so suspiciously recognizable in contrast to the rest of the picture, yet still part of the scene.
Chief librarian Tracey Bennett (no relation to Mary) for The Western Australian has confirmed that no letter or article regarding a Coke bottle in the moonwalk telecast was printed in either of their two newspapers for at least two weeks following the broadcast.
We think it's suspicious that Una would already be fairly well versed in the standard allegations of moon hoax conspiracists before seeking out Bennett and Percy.
And all of these allegations use the Hasselblad photography as their basis; the lighting and shadow arguments are generally not arguable from the Apollo 11 video, as these images are of too poor quality.
She claims there was a protracted discussion in print which was abruptly terminated.
But no evidence of such a discussion can be produced.