In the first half, cyber technology expert Charles R. Smith offered analysis of threats from North Korea, and reports about security flaws, hacks, and viruses.
In the latter half, an 11th generation Creole New Orleanian, Bloody Mary, made her debut on the show, discussing the rich history of voodoo and the paranormal that permeates the culture of New Orleans, and her interactions with the spirit realm.
On Tuesday April 2nd, I was on a jeep tour of Sedona, AZ, with my family and one other family. There were 8 of us in all. We stopped at an area named Chicken Point where I took some photos of the beautiful rock formations and sky. Later that day I was reviewing the pictures and this one stood out. The time was approximately 3pm, and the Sun was still high, so this is not a light trick. There were no smudges on any other photographs. I shared this with a friend who is a professional photographer and she declared that this is not an artifact. She claims we captured one of the famous Sedona "energy vortexes" on camera. Chicken Point is not known as a primary vortex location, but several knowledgable people sometimes include it in their list of possible energy sites. The camera was a Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS.