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Last Show Recap

In the first half of the program, George Knapp welcomed author Bill Friedman, who recounted inside stories about the organized crime origins of the Las Vegas Strip. In the latter half, investigative journalist Toby Rogers (book link) shared the untold story of mafia legend Silvio Eboli, a Genovese mob scion who developed an ongoing organized crime operation which involves the sale of marijuana throughout the New York metropolitan area.

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Jolene Blalock

Special Guest

Biography:

Jolene Blalock starred as Medea, the mythic princess and sorceress of the Isle of Colchis in the 2000 NBC miniseries "Jason and the Argonauts" opposite Jason London, Dennis Hopper, Frank Langella, Adrian Lester and Natasha Henstridge. In 2001, she starred in the television miniseries "Diamond Hunters" opposite Alyssa Milano and Roy Scheider, and also the Showtime film production "On the Edge." Other television credits include guest spots on C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation, Dick Wolf's D.C., JAG, G vs E and Veronica's Closet. But she has made her biggest mark as the Vulcan sub-commander T'Pol on Enterprise. Blalock currently resides in Los Angeles. She enjoys photography, surfing, skateboarding, Thai-boxing, roller-skating and snowboarding.

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Weather, Tsunamis & Atlantis

Just back from his trip to the South Pacific, physicist James McCanney discussed his observations related to weather, geology and tsunamis as well addressing the sun, Velikovsky and Atlantis.Though he believes it's possible charges or explosives could be placed in the ocean bed to create tsunamis as a military weapon, he didn't find any direct evidence that this was the case for the Dec. 26th... More »

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