Episode 9: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy

Episode 9 is our second truly historic episode, and our first assassination: that of Robert F. Kennedy.

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It was June 5th, 1968, when Robert F. Kennedy was addressing his supporters in a ballroom at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California. After finishing his speech he was escorted through the kitchen — a supposed shortcut to the press room — and it’s there that he was mortally wounded by Sirhan Sirhan, a 24-year-old Palestinian man. These are the facts.

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Pictured with busboy Juan Romero.

The question to this day still remains: why was RFK shot? Did Sirhan Sirhan work alone? Was he the subject of mind control experiments? All of these questions and more are in episode 9…

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Episode 5: The Hinterkaifeck Murders & Elisa Lam

Episode 5 is all about UNSOLVED DEATHS. I mean, I’m inclined to say UNSOLVED MURDERS but Elisa Lam’s death was never officially concluded to be anything but bizarre, so… I guess you’ll have to make your own decision.

Justine starts off by telling us about the Hinterkaifeck murders, where a family of 5 and their maid were all slaughtered at their rural farmhouse in Bavaria, Germany.

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It’s one of those stories where it’s obvious that they were murdered — they didn’t kill themselves with a mattock, that’s for sure — but the possibilities of WHO could have done it are dizzying, and the reports of there being ghostly activity in the house just makes it even more confusing.

Gray tells us about Elisa Lam, a college student who was on a solo trip to Los Angeles when she was found dead in one of the Cecil Hotel’s rooftop water tanks. (Really makes you think twice about drinking hotel tap water, doesn’t it?)

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There are SO MANY bizarre details that make this case impossible to solve, but I challenge you to listen and come to your own theory (and then tell us about it!).

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