–Zak Bagans has the infamous “Demon House” he purchased and filmed a documentary at torn down, prompting much speculation as to the reason why.
–NASA astronaut and conspiracist Edgar Mitchell has passed away. We talk about his proud legacy of space exploration, and his outspokenness about UFO visitation and psychic phenomena which tarnished his past accomplishments.
–RECOMMENDATION: Jason recommends the book, “The Innocent Killer” by Michael Griesbach, for those who want an in-depth look at Steven Avery’s wrongful conviction, and a spotlight shined on problems within the criminal justice system.
–American Crime Story: the People vs OJ Simpson debuts on FX. What did we think of the show?
–Should real life tragedies, such as those involving Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, be turned into fodder for entertainment television?
In Hour 2, we welcome William B. Davis to the show. Best known for his role as the Cigarette Smoking Man on The X-Files, Mr. Davis takes us on a journey of his life and career in entertainment, as well as spends some time discussing his passion for science and skepticism. What a treat it was talking to him! Give a listen to the interview and let us know what you think.
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