Simpsons Predict Kobe & Coronavirus?, Bermuda Triangle Ship Found, John Hughes Revisited, Nimitz UFO Update, Expedition Bigfoot |142|
Thirty years of Simpsons predictions: Did the venerable animated series really forecast Kobe's helicopter crash, the coronavirus epidemic, and Disney's acquisition of Fox (not to mention a bunch of other stuff)?
The Cotopaxi went missing in the Bermuda Triangle nearly a century ago. Now it's been found. You know it as the ship the aliens dropped in the desert in Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind. What's the REAL story?
The US government declares that releasing any further information about the Nimitz UFO sightings would "gravely damage" national security. Why? What are they hiding?
Adam revisits the films of John Hughes. This turns into a discussion of evolving ethical standards in media - and of diversity in the arts.
And John talks about Bigfoot. Again.
Translation for the Python-challenged: Release the Kraken!
No more avoiding it - John and Adam discuss the 2020 election.
Happy New Year!
And may 2021 be less interesting.
From August 2, 2017:
We interview writer and historian Francis Richard Conolly, the filmmaker behind the explosive documentary and viral sensation, JFK to 9/11: Everything Is a Rich Man's Trick. Released in 2014, it has garnered rave reviews since its release and, probably more than a little...