–Bobby and friends went to Detroit to experience Theater Bizarre and tells of the things he witnessed. Jason declined an invitation, because he hates crowds and socialization.
–This past week marked the 50th anniversary of the Patterson-Gimlin film! We once again talk about why we think it was a hoax. But one of its participants seems to think Bigfoot was communicating with him that day. Weird.
–Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop has been awarded the “Rusty Razor” by UK’s The Skeptic Magazine for most audacious pseudoscience. And with products that include jade rocks for your vagina and “biofrequency healing stickers,” it’s hard to argue with the choice.
–One of our local news stations featured a “ghost behaviorist” that checked out a spaghetti restaurant to find a ghost we name “Creepy Carl.” It’s ridiculous, but ’tis the season.
–Speaking of pseudoscience, Jason saw a CNN special this weekend based on Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, and was dismayed it was given such unwarranted positive attention.
–A politician in Miami once said aliens took her aboard their spaceship and shared some of the secrets of the universe with her. Now she is running for Congress. All jokes aside, does hearing about this disqualify her from public office in your opinion?
–Trump will not stand in the way of the release of the remaining JFK assassination files. Conspiracy theorists are excited, but we don’t think anything of real value will come out of these documents.
–Musician Billy Corgan went on the Howard Stern Show and talked about an experience he had, which he says he was completely sober for, where he witnessed a person shapeshift into something…else.
–Realtor.com released a survey indicating that a “haunting” might not necessarily be a deal breaker for some potential buyers. So if you’re looking for tips on how to sell your own ghost-ridden mansion, look no further.
–With Halloween just around the corner, and us unsure whether or not (turns out not) we will be on the air next Sunday, we share some old Trick or Treating memories and talk about yours as well!
–Bobby cuts a promo for Hulu Live, and Canada Matt clues us in to a late-breaking story about Dr. Phil running down a skateboarder. What a way to end the show!