So so interesting!!
I was not expecting this podcast to be so addictive! I ended up binge listening while I cleaned my house all on one day. I’m in my mid 30s so I actually thought that MKULTRA was an urban legend. The stories I had heard before listening to this podcast sounded too outlandish to be real. Unfortunately, I feel like this story is not well taught or discussed in my country (US). Podcasts like this are fantastic for keeping the truth alive. As for the content, I thought that it was very well presented. The creator approached it by focusing on the human consequences of these sociopaths that allowed for these things to happen. While this may be boring for many of the history buffs, I think that it is an excellent way to engage the masses in topics they may not typically be interested in. It is so critical that we remember our history. Especially all the dark parts because, if something this inhumane occurred with the intention of strengthening our venerated military, then there are DEFINITELY sketchy programs like this going on to this day. Awareness about our history allows us to think critically about the news we encounter (assuming you are consuming LEGITIMATE journalism- not FOX, OAN, and all that propaganda parading as “journalism”). History has been repeating itself in so many ways through 2020. It makes me wonder what the CIA is up to these days. Unfortunately, we probably will never know.
Jibya Falcon via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/06/21
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Excellent intro to a fascinating subject. Looking forward to more.
ReithRFX via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/23/20
I really wanted to love this. I did learn some interesting facts, but I feel the format of this lends itself to something a little more shallow than I was hoping for. I was looking for something with hardcore depth and research, and the episodes didn’t quite take me there. I’m glad this exists,...Read full review »
Moneykenny via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/22/20
Not sure what on earth other comments downgrading this podcast are about, suggesting it’s not a Canadian story, they obviously didn’t listen. I heard about sleep rooms back in the 80s, and was always stunned more information wasn’t available on these horrific experiments. Montreal has quite the...Read full review »
Nutherun via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/14/20
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