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historical accuracy

Digging Toward Debt: Oak Island’s True Curse

Oak Island’s 225-year-old mystery has sparked the imagination of millions throughout the years as its long-held ties to historical heavyweights have been many, including the Ark of the Covenant, the Templar Knights, Blackbeard the Pirate, William Shakespeare and many, many… Continue Reading →

Time Traveling Via Eating History

Per Matt It seems that time travel is actually real! A new television series, Eating History, actually takes viewers back in time as the two hosts attempt to eat the oldest and most shocking foods, drinks and condiments that are… Continue Reading →

How Accurate is History’s Project Blue Book?

In a world where the truth is out there, but exaggerations definitely pay the bills, History’s Project Blue Book somehow falls between the cracks.

Frist Art Museum Remembers The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later

Per Matt When the rain came, Nashville was never the same. Currently appearing at the Frist Art Museum through May 17, The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later recalls the Great Flood of 2010, which, for the most part, went underreported… Continue Reading →

AMC Must Renew The Terror for a Third Season!

Supernatural horror gets historic in The Terror: Infamy.

Project Blue Book Divides Sci-Fi Fans

Searching for the truth continues in Season 2 of Project Blue Book as the government battles “conspiracy theories” concerning unexplained events, fear of the unknown and unusual phenomena (including aliens and flying saucers), all the while silencing the public unrest… Continue Reading →

1917 is Bloody, Beautiful and Bloody Violent

Per Matt I’m not exactly sure when I started to really enjoy watching war movies, but anything involving World War I has absolutely intrigued me for a long time. Maybe it’s the fact that my Great Granddaddy was a veteran… Continue Reading →

Josh Gates Explores Lost History on Expedition Unknown

Urban legends, unsolved mysteries, ancient artifacts and missing evidence are all explored with archaeological glee in Expedition Unknown.

Here Come The Mummies Interview: Spaz Mummy

Per Matt On All Hallow’s Eve, the spotlight will be shining brightly on an eight-piece band full of 5,000-year-old rockers who bring terrifying funk from beyond the grave. Here Come The Mummies will headline Lightning 100’s Paranormal Rocktivity concert at… Continue Reading →

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