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Last Show Recap

First Half: Frank Sheeran confessed to investigative author Charles Brandt that he handled more than 25 hits for the Mob, and for his friend Jimmy Hoffa. Joining George Knapp, Brandt shared evidence about Sheeran's involvement with Hoffa, new information on other famous murders, and the announcement of a film adaptation of his book.

Second Half: Pioneering promoter of sci-fi books and films, and avowed atheist Forrest J. Ackerman promised a few respected colleagues that if it were possible he would try to send messages from beyond. Author and researcher Paul Davids and Dr. John Allison, detailed numerous incidents of Ackerman's unusual and uncanny messages and phenomena, as well as impressive scientific support of an afterlife.

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Gary Stimeling

Special Guest

Biography:

Health-care consultant Carlson (The End of Medicine) and writerStimeling (coauthor of The Body Electric) offer an assessment ofbiotechnology's promise and peril, with emphasis on the peril.Insisting that not enough attention is paid to biotechnology'spotential dangers, they voice concerns about profit-driven,class-restrictive medicine where 'the diseased are just another market,and propose some provocative solutions for a flawed medical system.

Past Shows:

Rick Carlson and Gary Stimeling

Health-care consultant Carlson (The End of Medicine) and writerStimeling (coauthor of The Body Electric) offer an assessment ofbiotechnologyçs promise and peril, with emphasis on the peril.Insisting that not enough attention is paid to biotechnologyçspotential dangers, they voice concerns about profit-driven,class-restrictive medicine where 'the diseased are just another market,and propose... More »

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