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In this episode, we take a look at the dark events of 1978 in Jonestown, Guyana. What drove the people of Jonestown to commit mass suicide under the direction of the Reverend Jim Jones? Was Jones simply a charismatic cult leader, or was there something deeper involved? In Out There News, we look at the coming of a green Antichrist, and Austin warns us about a roving demon who sodomizes people in their sleep. Don’t say you haven’t been warned!Read more ›
Assassination, exorcism, and the 2012 apocalypse, all on the 39th episode of Out There Radio. We talk to Lawrence E. Joseph, author of a new book “Apocalypse 2012: A Scientific Investigation into Civilization’s End.” Mr. Joseph discusses the various paths to catastrophe possible in our near future.Read more ›
9/11 conspiracy theories are growing. For the 37th episode of Out There Radio, Raymond ventured with thousands of others to Washington D.C., audio recorder in hand, to attend the UFPJ peace protests. On this week’s show, we talk with members of the 9/11 Truth movement protesting in Washington, and discuss the history, structure, and beliefs of the movement that has inspired many to activism.Read more ›
Legendary CIA spook E. Howard Hunt passed away on January 23, 2007. The 36th episode of Out There Radio is a scathing expose of an American bad guy. We discuss Hunt’s involvement in everything from the 1954 coup in Guatemala, to the Bay of Pigs invasion, to Watergate, and bid farewell, or rather good riddance, to this Cold War relic.Read more ›
Noted counterculture icon Robert Anton Wilson passed away on January 11, 2007. The 35th episode of Out There Radio is a tribute to this American genius. We discuss RAW’s life, work and words, with audio clips from the Maybe Logic documentary, including interviews about the man with Paul Krassner, Rev. Ivan Stang, and Tom Robbins.Read more ›
Join us for this two part conversation with writer Adam Gorightly – author of The Prankster and the Conspiracy and Death Cults. In the first part, we discuss his book The Prankster and the Conspiracy, a biography of counterculture icon Kerry Thornley. In the second, we discuss a veritable hodgepodge of conspiracy narratives and Adam’s book “The Beast of Adam Gorightly.”Read more ›