This is the classic “We Never Went to the Moon” by Bill Kaysing, which kicked off the entire moon hoax craze of the 1970s.
Bill Kaysing was head of the technical presentation’s unit at the Rocketdyne Propulsion Field Laboratory in California from 1956 to 1963. This period encompassed the major planning for the engine and components of the Apollo project. During this time, Kaysing held security clearances with the U.S. Air Force and the Atomic Energy Commission. This is the original 1986 interview with Kaysing by Ross Marshall. It was Kaysing, right or wrong, who really brought serious questions to the Apollo Moon Program, questions that were brought to film in the 1972 James Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever.