–Former Paranormal State television star, Ryan Buell, is arrested after a domestic dispute with his boyfriend. This being the latest in a series of legal issues Ryan has gotten involved with, we truly hope he is able to bounce back and live a happy, healthy life. But it may be a long, hard road ahead.
–Bobby tells a story of selling a paranormal item from his collection called a “Joe’s Box,” marked #1 by creator Joe Cioppi. He found out the following behind these items is very passionate, and they will borderline threaten you if they believe you are passing off a forgery.
–Jason wants to know what you do when you are eating at a restaurant and find a hair in your food? Some are disgusted and immediately send it back. We’re the opposite. We just pick it out and keep chowing. Jason likens it to human garnish.
–Bobby will be going back to Florida in June, and will visit Key West. Jason is mad that, while he has been to Orlando twice, he has not visited a specific true crime location, of even the WWE Performance Center, to send him photos.
–Televangelist Benny Hinn has been raided by the Feds, possibly related to issues involving tax evasion, though no charges have been filed. This leads us into talking about Peter Popoff, and the other “unsinkable rubber ducks,” as James Randi liked to call them.
–Bobby shares a couple Star Wars fan theories involving the background of Rey, and how she may be the daughter of Luke Skywalker. Jason dislikes that there are so many relatives in the Star Wars Universe, and that they all seem to have daddy issues.
–The topic of teen suicide comes up right before we are about to end the show, and Bobby wonders if it has increased because of social media. Jason mentions the book/Netflix series Thirteen Reasons Why, and how some are warning parents of teenagers about the graphic suicide depicted.
–Jason tries to end the show, but Bobby can’t let an old bad movie review go.