–Next week is the last regular live broadcast of Strange Frequencies Radio. But that doesn’t mean we won’t continue producing episodes or, for that matter, that we won’t pop back in for a live special here and there.
–The Cincinnati zoo kills a gorilla to protect a small child who fell into its enclosure. We’ll break down the biggest viral story of the year and try to add a little reason to the discourse.
–Why do stories involving zoo animal deaths get so much more attention than do stories of the homicides that happen each and every day on the streets?
–Rush Limbaugh, in his infinite wisdom, puts forth the old, tired, and thoroughly explained idea that evolution must not be real because gorillas haven’t turned into people. Seriously, he’s not really this ignorant, right? Is he just filling airtime and being outrageous for attention?
–RECOMMENDATION: For his fellow pro-wrestling fans, Jason recommends the documentary, “The Resurrection of Jake the Snake,” which is now streaming on Netflix.
–John Carpenter, the legendary director behind Halloween, criticizes the films his movie spawned, saving some of his most damning comments for Friday the 13th. But, is he right?
–Another media-driven cell phone cancer scare has hit the airwaves, and people are concerned. The fact is, the study the hype has come from is not conclusive, and you have very good reason to not be worried.
–A viral video of a “ghost” at an antique shop isn’t worth the hype it is getting.
–We open the SFR mailbag to clarify some comments we made on a recent episode.
–Jason gives a heads up to other true crime junkies about the upcoming Investigation Discovery series “The Vanishing Women,” which will focus on the dead and the missing women who may possibly be the victims of a serial killer in Chillicothe, Ohio.
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