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 8: Men in Black

In this episode we talk about Men in Black, which is a generic term to refer to any strange and/or possibly threatening individuals whose presence seems to be linked to areas of high cryptid activity, UFO sightings, etc.

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Not a real MIB photo but lol can you imagine?

Yes, stories of Men in Black did indeed inspire the franchise of Men in Black comic books, films, and other media.

We talk about several supposed encounters with Men in Black, like UFOlogist Albert K. Bender, who was communicated with telepathically, and a couple in New Jersey who appeared to have their phone lines tapped by a Man in Black who was evidently caught on film.

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The man, if you can call him that, in question.

This topic is too deep to summarize in a few paragraphs — you just have to listen to these bizarre stories yourself!

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