This episode is dedicated to the memory of Art Bell, who made late night talk radio his bitch.
The show opens with Maddux talking about Smallville actress Allison Mack’s involvement in a sex cult. Also touched upon is the man in London who stabbed an intruder in self defense. The intruder’s family has been on an unholy, demonic crusade to erect shrines to the deceased thug in front of the victim’s home, forcing them to seek shelter in a safe house provided by authorities. Henry Vincent was no good! And his daughter can’t spell for shit, judging by the ‘tribute’ she left for him.
Next up is our esteemed guest, Chris Garetano, director of Montauk Chronicles and The Dark Files.
Christopher Garetano has been on a ten year mission to unravel the mysteries of the Montauk Project, a legend that has survived for decades on the lips of men claiming to have worked for a top secret project focused on everything from mind control to dimension hopping. In those ten years, Garetano has been able to confirm aspects of the legend, which is discussed here.
The show begins with coverage of the recent decision by South African government to expropriate farmland from white farmers. Jack Sen of South African Resistance Radio talks about his own time spent there and recalls several stories of black on white violence there that will chill your bones and boil your blood.
In the second hour, Ben Arzate returns for another installment of the Bipolar Book Report to celebrate weird and offbeat literature. Books mentioned include: Pol Pot: Anatomy of a Nightmare by Philip Short, Tarantula by Bob Dylan, The Flintstones (DC Comics), The Summer Has Ended and We Are Not Yet Saved by , Utopia X by Scott Wilson, Lesabendio by Paul Scheerbart, Dark Sparklers by Amber Tamblyn, The Planiverse by A.K. Dewdney and Lyfe by Ann Sterzinger.