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Moon Landing Myth BUSTED
July 20, 2009, 4:46 pm
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In congruence with the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, The Discovery Channel re-aired an episode of “Mythbusters” ¬†that tackled the infamous adventure in an endeavor to reveal whether or not the entire ordeal had been a hoax.

The two hosts, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, attempted to either scientifically prove or disprove the events that took place, such as the flag blowing as if it were in wind, and the shadows being cast in unparalleled directions.

Here is a short clip of what will occur on the episode. (For full episode click HERE)

Spoiler BELOW

In short, the two hosts decided that it was NOT in fact a hoax. They proved everything that occurred that day with real tests, although, as stated in an interview with Savage and Hyneman, physics could have easily proved all of it. Sorry all you conspiracy theorists!

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Would You Like An AK-47 With That?
July 17, 2009, 6:49 pm
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Remember to vote on what you saw just under the video!



GHOST-Walking Michael Jackson
July 8, 2009, 12:48 am
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In a recent newscast on Larry King Live a video was shown of a tour inside the late Michael Jackson’s Neverland home. When we are shown a certain room within the house it would appear a shadow was walking in the background, but it was told that there was no one in the room at that time. Could it be that the king of pop has returned from the grave? Or is the work of a talented photoshopper?

Watch carefully, and then decide by voting below:



Jackson’s 911 Call
June 28, 2009, 9:50 am
Filed under: Videos

This is an audio of the actual call made by the assistant to Michael Jackson on June 25, 2009. The video posted in congruence to the audio is real footage of the ambulance at Jackson’s home.

Even with a personal doctor by Jackson’s side, the entertainment icon was not able to be resuscitated.

There is still much conspiracy circling the death of Jackson, but this helps, if only a little, to clear up a few facts.