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From UFOs to psychic powers and government conspiracies, history is riddled with unexplained events. You can turn back now or learn the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know, an audio podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.

Customer Reviews

Great potential, horribly executed

Feels like listening to two guys talk about a Wikipedia article they read a month ago; lacking content and poorly researched.

Extra Ordinary

Despite Poor reviews I'm going to give a 5 star and present some constructive criticism. I absolutely Love this podcast. Yes some of the content could be researched a bit deeper. Though the subject matter is very difficult "often times." To reaserch in the first place, high levels of security on most of the information to say the least. So don't give up the good fight guys! This stuff matters. Its inspires truth and the persuit of. Great Pod cast! Try and make the episodes a bit longer, express more detail when possible. If possible. Budget and time depending.

Shows Promise

I've listened to almost all the podcast episodes, and I can say that the show seems to be slowly improving. The topics are new and interesting, and the hosts discuss even the craziest theories with a good mix of respect and skepticism. However, I wish that the episodes were longer and more detailed. The material covered is pretty vague and often leaves me feeling like I have only the shallowest understanding of a subject.

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