Exposing Falsehoods and Revealing Truths
This is quite good and doesn't go too far. I have suggested to Jesse that he might want to consider "Mini Neutron Bombs: A Major Piece of the 9/11 Puzzle" for a sequel. We'll see.
'Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura': Death Rays, 9/11 and Murders
@ 24:00 The John Hutchison Effect
@ 34:00 Dr. Judy Wood
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura is back for a second season, and Jesse is back at his investigative best with new topics such as shapeshifters, death rays, time travel, and more.
The second episode in the new season focused on the Death Ray, a weapon that can reportedly "vaporize targets and entire cities from miles away." It is also said to have the ability to stop the human heart and give no telltale signs. The coroner will say the death was from "natural causes" when in fact it was from a death ray.
Whether or not you believe in some of the things Jesse Ventura covers, you've got to admit that the show is quite interesting and often proves some of these more insane theories to be true.
In episode two of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, the former Navy Seal and Governor ventures into unknown territory, searching for the truth about the death ray.
Images of metal literally melting, and contorting when hit with the death ray, remind Jesse of how the metal beams found after the buildings collapsed looked.
Jesse investigates the so-called Hutchinson effect, in which a death ray is put to the test with stunning results.
Dr. Judy Wood, who wrote a book "Where Did The Towers Go?," spoke to Jesse and his team about the suggestion that the Twin Towers weren't taken down by terrorists or controlled demolition but instead by a death ray.
Oddly enough, Dr. Judy's research assistant was shot and killed, making it seem as though she might be on the right path with her theory.
Even though some of Jesse Ventura's topics seem way out in left field, more often than not he has reputable information to back them up.