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Zombie Apocalypse

In the first half, author and conspiracy researcher Donald Jeffries discussed such topics as the JFK assassination, the death Of JFK Jr., 9-11, and Bohemian Grove.

In the latter half, rock historian R. Gary Patterson and researcher Xaviant Haze addressed some of the mysteries and conspiracies surrounding Elvis Presley, including the fame, the darker side of the entertainment industry, and the always burning question…is Elvis still alive?

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Zombie Apocalypse

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Date: Saturday - September 3, 2011
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Steven Schlozman, Matthew Algeo

Steven Schlozman, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, joined Ian to ponder what a ''Zombie Apocalypse" might look like, the unique biology of zombie organisms, and what we can do to stop them from taking over the world.

In the first hour, author Matthew Algeo discussed the cover-up of Pres. Grover Cleveland's mysterious 5-day disappearance in 1893.

The final hour of the program was devoted to Open Lines.

News segment guest: Marc Zicree

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