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Review:Jesse Ventura: Time Travel Conspiracy Theory

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Season 3; Episode 3


by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
November 23, 2012


In his third episode for season three of his "Conspiracy Theory" series, professional wrestler, former Navy SEAL and former Minnesota governor, Jesse Ventura and his team tackle Time Travel.

You can tell that this one is a major stretch for his team, with a few of their sources seeming to be out of touch with reality, with no credibility other than past degrees. But there are some interesting moments. The alleged photo of Basiago time travelling to Gettysburg as a child was perhaps the most compelling point made, though his package of claims is hard to swallow.

It seems to me that they didn't dig deep enough or long enough on this one, and their glance is skewed to discrediting something that they don't have the patience or inclination to get to the bottom of. But, to their credit, at least they tried.

I'm just concerned that the show is going to come across like crazy hour, rather than exposing conspiracies.


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