Richard Heath decodes the sacred geometrical science hidden in megalithic monuments like the Great Pyramid in Egypt. We explore how ancient civilizations built mathematical monuments as reflections of generational cosmological observations.
The history of the Nobel Peace Prize is littered with genocidal maniacs and warmongers, nonwinners like Mahatma Gandhi who are left in the dark, and other dumbfounding choices. Author & Lawyer Unni Turrettini examines the most controversial Nobel Peace Prize winners. Featured in her book Betraying the Nobel: The Secrets and Corruption Behind the Nobel Peace Prize, Unni shares how the Nobel is awarded, and consequently upends what we thought we knew about the Peace Prize.
NYT bestselling author Eleanor Herman uncovers the bedroom secrets of America's presidents and leaders. Presented in her book Sex with Presidents: The Ins and Outs of Love and Lust in the White House, Elearnor shares the sex scandals from founding fathers like Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson to today's crop represented by Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. Herman delves into FDR & JFK's infamous sexcapades, and other horrifying stories of presidential rapists and mysterious deaths that rocked the nation.
Journalist & musician Paul Zollo shares stories from his conversations with Tom Petty. In the early 2000s, Petty authorized Zollo for a series of in-depth interviews about the musician's life, career, and songwriting. Zollo tells us about when Tom Petty met The King, played with The Beatles, backed the Man in Black, and many more stories. Featured in the book Conversations With Tom Petty, Paul breaks down the man responsible for some of the most memorable rock anthems.
Al Warren, true crime writer & host of NBC Radio's House of Mystery, discusses the horror of the "Wells Gray Murders" almost forty years later. The self admitted killer is up for parole soon and we need your help to stop him from obtaining freedom. Featured in his book Murder Times Six: The True Story of the Wells Gray Park Murders, Alan walks listeners through the crime, case, and trial, shares his conversations witht the surving family members, and discusses what he learned directly from the killer himself. This is the story of one family -- forever changed -- and how we can help in a tiny way.
Dennis Stone, owner of the controversial America’s Stonehenge, discusses the mysterious archeological site. Did Native Americans use the site? We’re pre Columbian European visitors the real builders? Or is it a twisted historical hoax?
Katherine Chilean has studied the Shakespeare authorship question and her research indicates that he was not the man from Stratford, but someone completely different using a pen name. These two very different men merged into one identity, and it wasn’t by accident. Featured in her book Shakespeare Suppressed: The Uncensored Truth About Shakespeare and His Work, Katherine unmasks the real identity of William Shakespeare.
Space Historian, Dr. Fred Nadis tells you about the billionaires, geniuses, and crazed visionaries out to conquer the universe. Featured in his book Star Settlers, Dr. Fred Nadis talks about the scientific, intellectual, and economic elite's zeal for space travel and settlement. He'll also give answers to your most burning space questions: Where will space exploration and tourism take us in 10, 20, and 50 years. When will we colonize Mars? How close are we to finding alien life? And more.
Best-selling true crime author JT Hunter tells the tale of the serial killer couple known as The Lonely Hearts Killers. The price of love and passion were deadly for those surrounded by Martha Beck & Raymond Fernandez. Marthe Beck was a young nurse dedicated to healing others when her own hurting heart led her down a darker path to murder with criminal Raymond Fernandez, and ultimately the electric chair. Featured in the book Tortured with Love: The True Crime Romance of the Lonely Hearts Killers.
Notorious outlaw Jesse James’ great-great-grandchildren Daniel and Teresa Duke prove that he tricked authorities into believing he was killed and faked his own death. Featured in the book The Mysterious Life and Faked Death of Jesse James, Daniel and Teresa Duke present the results of more than 20 years of exhaustive research into state and federal records, photographs, newspaper reports, diaries, and a 1995 DNA test to show the real story behind the legend.