Neil Armstrong's wife finds a priceless bag of missing space equipment after 40 years.
FOX News Radio's Bill Vitka has the story.
When Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on moon he brought something back -- and never told anyone.
After he died in 2012 -- his widow found it: a bag in a closet full of personal mementos from that historic 1969 space mission.
Inside the bag were more than a dozen Apollo-related items: utility lights and power cables, a waist tether and netting and the camera that filmed Armstrong's descent onto the Moon.
Armstrong's widow contacted the Smithsonian where the objects will go on display. Experts say what she found is priceless.
Bill Vitka, FOX News Radio.