Podcast 77: Bohemian Grove, Reptilian Cult Murder, Nessie in North Carolina, Evil Kentucky Schoolhouse, Underwater Ghost Towns, Alex Jones: The Musical

In keeping with what’s turning out to be a summer theme of all things Illuminati, in this week’s podcast we talk about the elite’s favorite summer playground, Bohemian Grove.

Located in the beautiful redwoods of Monte Rio, California, this yearly get-together of the rich and powerful has been a tradition since 1872.  Founded by a group of actors, artists, and other like-minded bohemians, the retreat has morphed into an exclusive summer camp for the business and entertainment elite.  Since then, a number of conspiracy theories have blossomed around the secretive gathering, fueled mostly by the fact that… well, it’s so damn secret.

Are any of these conspiracies true?  Join us as we take a peek behind the scenes and discover whether or not the Bohemian Grove is a Midsummer Night’s Dream… or Nightmare!  Oh hell, just watch the Cremation of Care ceremony and get it over with:

Now You’ve Been Initiated

Also, strange facts you never knew about the moon landing.  No, it’s not about faking the moon landing. On second thought, maybe… naah.  😉

Did you know North Carolina has its own “Nessie”? It’s either that or some genetically modified mutant. Naturally, this leads us into a discussion about America’s haunted underwater towns.

Whatever you do, don’t go to Elsewhere, Kentucky!  We mean it!  Don’t say we didn’t warn you…

Paging David Icke, paging David Icke… please pick up the white courtesy phone for a reptilian cult murder in Pennsylvania.

And finally, Alex Jones (who snuck into the Bohemian Grove in 2000 and lived to tell the tale), rants to indie rock. Yes, snuck is a word…  you elitists!

Here are the rest of your links:

Take a Tour of the Elite’s Summer Camp: Bohemian Grove

Social Cohesion and the Bohemian Grove

There’s a Town in Kentucky You Won’t Ever Find on the Map (Ever)

Disturbing Things Happened in These Small Towns in Kentucky

A Dinosaur Lives in This North Carolina Lake?

11 Strange Facts You Didn’t Know About the Moon Landing

  • Jasmine Veal

    Hey guys, if you liked the story of Elsewhere you really should watch Silent Hill. The first one not the dumpster fire that the sequel was. It’s kind of a mess but it’s wonderful and it will make you look at fog and storm sirens much differently.

    I think John said he had been on a Terry Gilliam kick. If you saw Tideland the actress that played Bridges and Tillys daughter is in Silent Hill. If you haven’t seen Tideland, watch that too.

    Keep up the great work, I’m antsy for your next documentary review show! I’d love to hear your thoughts on “C.S.A. The Confederate States of America”. It’s not a documentary but it’s presented as one.

    Related trailers:

    Silent hill- https://youtu.be/WWMGZe6iucw

    Tideland- https://youtu.be/88sS5L5KYu4

    C.S.A.- https://youtu.be/gIqxBn1oLAY

  • Magical Mystery Radio

    Thanks for the tip, Jasmine! We definitely plan on doing more documentary reviews soon. So stay tuned. And we’ll check out C.S.A.



  • Magical Mystery Radio

    (Adam here) I know the movie well. In fact in one of our takes of this episode I mentioned how much Elsewhere reminded me of Silent Hill. I love the atmosphere in that film, especially in the first hour or so. The script is laughable – “Sharon! Sharon! Sharon!!” – but there’s something really compelling about the visuals. (And yes, I picked up the sequel at a dollar store last year. It was awful.)

    • Jasmine Veal

      Oh good, its not just me then.