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From UFOs to psychic powers and government conspiracies, history is riddled with unexplained events. You can turn back now or learn the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know ... an audio podcast from iHeartRadio.

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Most US residents are vaguely familiar with the nuclear disaster known as Three Mile Island -- but that's only one of several similar stories. Join the guys as they explore the strange events of July 1959, when the Santa Susana Field Laboratory partially melted down -- and the government conspired to cover it up. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Mere days after the horrific events of 9/11, someone began sending letters laced with anthrax spores to senators and the offices of major media outfits -- by the time the attacks ended, seventeen people were seriously injured, and five victims had died. Today the FBI maintains the case has been solved: scientist Bruce Edwards Ivins, acting alone, was responsible. Ivins died of an overdose in an apparent suicide before any possible trial, and today, numerous people familiar with the case believe the official story doesn't add up. Tune in to learn more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
A few years back, Julian Assange was a household name in the West. The founder and face of Wikileaks, one of the world's most well-known destinations for leaks of classified information, Assange was hailed as a hero by some and a villain by others. And, whether you think he's a soldier in the war for transparency or some sort of super-villain, there's no denying that many people in power wanted him neutralized by any means possible. In our last episode, we left Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he'd been living, and fighting extradition charges, for several years. Then he seemed to disappear from the headlines. So what happened? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Wells Fargo is one of the most popular retail banks in the United States, and its gigantic customer base uses it for everything from savings accounts to loans and more. However, a few years bank the bank came under fire for perpetuating a conspiracy all its own -- more and more customers found they had multiple accounts and lines of credit opened without their consent, and further investigation found that was just the beginning of the problem. Tune in to learn more about this real-life banking conspiracy, how it was discovered and the consequences (or lack thereof). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
HIV and AIDS, the syndrome the infection causes, have become the subject of numerous conspiracy theories. Over the decades people have proposed the infection was purposely designed to kill certain segments of the public, or that it was a lab experiment gone wrong, or that it didn't exist at all. For a time these theories enjoyed massive popularity in the US and abroad... but there was another conspiracy at play, one that most people weren't aware of: tune in to learn more about Russia's Operation Infektion. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
As governments work to fight COVID-19 and industries struggle to survive, more and more people are concerned society will never actually return to normal. World leaders have been disappearing (and reappearing). Millions are unemployed. Governments and tech companies are rolling out vast surveillance schemes that would make a supervillain blush. And, around the world, people are wondering -- did we start fighting this too late? Are we opening too soon? Tune in to learn more in part four of this continuing series on the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
As governments work to fight COVID-19 and industries struggle to survive, more and more people are concerned society will never actually return to normal. World leaders have been disappearing (and reappearing). Millions are unemployed. Governments and tech companies are rolling out vast surveillance schemes that would make a supervillain blush. And, around the world, people are wondering -- did we start fighting this too late? Are we opening too soon? Tune in to learn more in part four of this continuing series on the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
For centuries the U.S. government conspired to persecute, attack and marginalize the native population. When open warfare became too expensive, some factions of the government proposed a different approach -- what if, they wondered, we erase native culture? This inspired a massive industry of forced assimilation. Thousands of children were forced into boarding schools where they were taught to act more 'European' while being abused, exploited and placed into forced labor. Tune in to learn more about the conspiracy of forced assimilation, and how its long-reaching consequences affect the country in the modern day. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
On June 22nd, 1983, 15-year-old Vatican City resident Emanuela Orlandi disappeared after attending a music lesson. Over the decades, numerous people claimed to have seen Orlandi, or reached out with leads on her fate. Yet even now, the case remains unsolved. Join the guys as they explore the facts of the case, the wide-ranging possibilities, the allegations of conspiracy, crime and cover-ups, ultimately asking: What happened to Emanuela Orlandi? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
In September of 1961, on an empty country road in rural New Hampshire, Barney and Betty Hill experienced the most profound, bizarre night of their lives in what would become the first widely-publicized account of an alien abduction in US history -- the case that would go on to influence hundreds, if not thousands, of abduction cases to follow. But what exactly happened that September night? Join the guys as they sit down with author Toby Ball, host of the Strange Arrivals podcast, to explore the facts, the claims, and the questions that remain unanswered in the modern day. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Propaganda has always been a powerful tool, and humanity's recent technological innovations have only amplified its reach. Long-standing laws in the US were meant to prevent US propaganda for foreign audiences from reaching the domestic population, but over time those laws have been eroded... and, as it turns out, Uncle Sam was secretly pushing propaganda on the people for years beforehand. Tune in to learn more about Operation Mockingbird. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
As anyone who's worked in a kitchen or the hospitality industry can readily attest, there's an entirely different world behind the doors of every kitchen, a world that most diners and restaurant patrons never see. Join the guys as they sit down with world famous chefs Hugh Acheson and Richard Blais to learn more about what really happens behind the scenes in restaurants and cooking shows, as well as how the industry has been been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
It's no secret that modern automobiles are incredibly convenient. They're almost like rolling computers, chock-full of GPS capabilities, infotainment systems, back-up cameras, security systems connected to the cloud and so on. But there's a potential dark side to all this convenience, and some observers are becoming increasingly concerned about what corporations and governments may do with this technology over the long term. Are we entering a world where Big Brother can brick your car the same way some tech companies can brick your gadgets? Tune in to learn more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
COVID III: The Bill Comes Due

COVID III: The Bill Comes Due

2020-04-1501:05:2319

Weeks into the global pandemic, countries across the planet are trying to stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Governments are taking extreme actions, businesses are going bust and conspiracy theories are proliferating. Today's question: What if some of those theories are true? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
The Dark Story of K-Pop

The Dark Story of K-Pop

2020-04-1001:06:5117

Korean pop music, or K-pop, originated in South Korea but has become a powerful, global phenomenon. This multi-billion dollar industry manufacturers scores of pitch-perfect idols and groups, performers who become lead trendsetters in the world of fashion, dance, music and more. Yet there's a dark side to this fame, and a peek behind the curtain reveals a brutal, dangerous world of cut-throat competition, financial corruption and abuse. Tune in to learn about the dark side of K-Pop. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Whether you consider yourself a true conspiracy theorist or a diehard skeptic, you've definitely heard of chemtrails. True believers are certain that, unlike the contrails made by aircraft, chemtrails are insidious chemicals dispersions meant to poison unsuspecting, innocent civilians across the planet. The concept of chemtrails has been more or less dismissed by scientists and the mainstream media, but it turns out that, in at least one country, something like chemtrails was very much a reality. Tune in to learn more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Bug Out Bag 101

Bug Out Bag 101

2020-04-0301:11:3510

If you were cut off from everything for 72 hours, what would you need to survive? If you found yourself in the middle of nowhere -- or if you needed to leave a dangerous place -- what would you carry with you? In this episode, your fellow Conspiracy Realists explore the essentials of the Bug Out Bag. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Tune in for this much-needed update on the continually evolving state of the COVID-19 pandemic, in which we explore the new revelations about the spread of the infection, the various ways world governments have responded to the outbreak and, of course, some of the conspiracy theories proliferating across the globe as terrified people search for answers. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
In the 1980s, a mysterious organization terrorized candy companies in Japan - then disappeared. What was the Monster with 21 Faces, and what happened to it? Are any members alive today? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
It's no secret that the border between the United States and Mexico has been the subject of recent, intensely divisive debate. There have been numerous reports (some more reliable than others) detailing the rise or decline of crime along the border -- after all, chaotic times create opportunities for crime -- but one story slipped through the cracks. It appears that there was an active serial killer on the US border, and he worked for Uncle Sam. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Paul Billington

I enjoyed listening to your episode "Whatever happened to Julian Assuage" 22nd May 2020. I'm amazed be the serendipity of deaths amongst those who are an irritation to the powerful. Diana Spencer Jeffrey Epstien Karen Silkwood Lord Lucan Is the "Fake News" cacophony a bit näeve? Governments, interested parties and simply the stupid have since antiquity generated propaganda which has had little truth. There has always been those vulnerable to misinformation. Teenagers prior to social media would here nonsense from adults in town and in the cafe, taking everything they hear as true. My grandfather was at Ypres in WW1 and a comrade used a towel that he learned had been previously been use by another soldier who was syphilitc. Another soldier told him that had contracted syphilis from the towel, so he blew his brains out. Maybe the focus of defending against misinformation should be on teaching people to be critical of what they hear, and this needs to start on school. Many powers would not like that because there are advantages in have a easily malleable populace. Note: the James Bond character is Dr No, who had lost his hands while handling volatile chemicals. Stay safe and free. #Fakenews #justice

May 31st
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Babbers

Just because white people didn't build it, doesn't mean it was aliens.

May 26th
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Moheb Haidari

you mfs concluded my entire 6 years of high school history lessons in one hour podcast. I live in Afghanistan

May 19th
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B Domingo

Have you HEARD the Interview with David Icke & Brian Rose on the London Real show? This is (Stuff THEY Don't Want YOU To KNOW)

May 17th
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Yasmine C

Disappointing

May 9th
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Nico Soebagio

Newsflash guys the reason there is mass poverty and starvation despite producing enough food for 10 billion people isnt dunbars number, its because the world is run and controlled by psychopaths who take joy in misery and suffering. Implement global wide screening tests to weed out sociopaths and psychopaths trying to make a play for power and we will be well on our way to solving this problem.

May 8th
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Taru Amara

I have drones on camera..like some wierd stuff. I'm living in Antonito right now in the San Luis Valley in Southern Colorado and boy have i seen these things...ive seen lighting strike in the same spot for hours...?????? what? yea dude wierd shit!

May 8th
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Paul Spielzeugmacher Krause

You guys are becoming toys and propaganda. And I have been following you for years and years. Fck this. Greetings from Germany.

May 5th
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Sean Rosenau

12:13 That sound is not annoying to me at all. Reminds me of cicadas, which put me right to sleep.

May 3rd
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Jaymes

90% of movies and TV shows that come out of Hollywood feel like propaganda to me. weather its an action, comedy or drama, it's always a reimagined version of America, not to mention the fact the Americans always " saves the day" single handedly *eye roll*....and don't get me started on the supposed based on true story movies that are always anything but...it's like Hollywood can't write anything without an unhealthy does of egotism. they blow so much smoke up their own ass that how could it not be propaganda. it feels like it's all made just to past themselves on the back. it's gross.

Apr 29th
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fourshotrem@hotmail.com

bad episode.

Apr 28th
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SE McCollum

A friend recommended this particular podcast after listening to it herself. As a casual listener turned fan of the music and culture surrounding KPop, I would like to thank you all for the in-depth and respectful analysis of this complicated industry. I agree that there are indeed many artists, companies, managers, producers, choreographists, makeup/hair/costuming/set design/lights & sound, etc individuals who work hard to improve KPop and do their best. However, the crimes and abuses done need to be reported, and with enough buzz, hopefully new standards and better policing will take place. After Sulli's suicide, a new act was offered up called the Sulli Act, that would require people's real names to be shown when posting comments. That way online bullying would be minimized since aggressors couldn't hide behind usernames. At the moment it is still being debated for ethical and private identification concerns. Some of the craziest zealous fan stories, or sasaengs as these people are called in Korea, and anti-fan stories include: 1. Female asaeng snuck into the dorms of a boy band with empty water bottles in order to collect toilet water and sell online. 2. Female sasaeng kept buying front row seating to EXO concerts so her favorite member, Suho, could see her repeatedly hold up a sign reading "Please r**e me!" 3. During a concert for Girl's Generation, a male sasaeng somehow gained access backstage. While the group was performing, he walked onstage, and proceeded to drag Taeyeon away. Fortunately security quickly intervened. 4. Anti-fan of TVXQ's member, Yunho, gifted him with a drink that was laced with super glue, resulting in him being rushed to a hospital. 5. Baby V.O.X. member, Eun Hye, had two notable anti-fan attacks. One involved an anti using a water gun filled with soy sauce, red pepper, and vinegar that hit her eyes. The second incident was where eggs and other food were thrown at her while walking on the street. Thank you again for the well researched podcast!

Apr 26th
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Dara Pat

dig deeper, there's a treasure trove of disgusting things they were and are still involved in but a start is a start no matter how small...please build on it, do a few series's on these creeps, no matter how crazy the stories are/is these creeps have done or tried it or are about to try it, from exploding cigars for Castro to threatening to shoot and shooting planes out of the sky of other countries leaders making them seem like accidents to helping drug cartels move tonnes of drugs into the US and arms out to the US's enemies or so called enemies, they've a hand in all the dirty deeds of uncle Sam, nothing happens without them knowing and most of the time they're behind it or have prior knowledge of it

Apr 26th
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Ced G Radio

Great Topic!

Apr 24th
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Zak Nicholson

James bond is a code name,

Apr 24th
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David Flink

You have this opportunity to give out some good information but only go along with the usual conspiracy that everyone else has. Go a little deeper once in a while and take a chance.

Apr 22nd
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Samantha Travis

well unfortunately we got the pandemic

Apr 22nd
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J A

YOU LOSE ALL CREDIBILITY WHEN YOU SAY THE UP AND COMING CIVIL WAR. IDIOTS

Apr 20th
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Joseph Calvert

I have been concerned about this since I saw an ONSTAR commercial featuring a guy that locked his keys in his car while picnicking in the country. They unlocked his car right away... What keeps them from locking your car and keeping you out, or disabling your engine? just a few thoughts.

Apr 18th
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Dara Pat

I like this podcast and the lads presenting it but they are repeating so much bullshit msm crap on this one

Apr 18th
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