Brian Tuohy is recognized as America's leading expert on game fixing in sports. He is the author of three non-fiction books on sports corruption: The Fix Is In, Larceny Games, and A Season in the Abyss, and another–Disaster Government–on national emergencies and continuity of government programs. He has written for Sports Illustrated, Vice Sports, Sports on Earth, and Bleacher Report among others as well as on his own website, thefixisin.net.
Richard Syrett welcomedJoseph Laycock, who teaches a class called "Demonology, Possession, and Exorcism" at Texas State University. Laycock discussed why there is such a strong belief in demon possession, along with his research that shows exorcisms are on the rise. In the...More »
Paranormal researchers Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman joined George Knapp to explore the topic of viral mythology. In the first hour, sports conspiracist Brian Tuohy shared his contention that the outcomes of professional sports events are fixed.More »
Citing directly from official US govt. documents, author Brian Tuohy joined Ian Punnett (Twitter) to divulge how a set of laws and procedures are waiting to spring into action when a national emergency is declared. Without congressional approval, the President can issue an...More »
Author and former Scientologist Marc Headley joined Ian Punnett to reveal some of the behind-the-scenes secrets of the controversial religion. In the first-half hour, sports conspiracist Brian Tuohy commented on his Super Bowl XLV prediction, and May Pang, John Lennon's...More »
Ian was joined by Matt Baglio, author of the book-turned-movie The Rite, for a discussion on demonic possession, exorcism, and the people who train to perform this ritual. In the first hour, sports conspiracist Brian Tuohy revealed what he discovered in the FBI's sports...More »
On Saturday night, Ian Punnett welcomed the "Toxic Reverend," Tom Krohmer, who discussed his personal journey to track the effects of toxic chemicals on human health. In the first half hour, sports conspiracist Brian Tuohy commented on the controversial non-touchdown call...More »
Prof. Peter Ward (book link) joined Ian Punnett for a discussion on how the BP oil spill in the Gulf will impact the delicate ecosystems of the world's oceans, and potentially trigger a series of events, including global sea level rise, that could devastate our planet In...More »