Thursday, October 11, 2018

ISO 309: I'm No Expert In Hallucinations

This week, we look at the hunters of the imaginary monsters. We meet what is probably a drinking group who use mythical monsters as an excuse to get away from their wives. We also get a bit of resistance from a skeptic.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

ISO 308: We'll Just Call Him Robert Goulet

Another triangle. This time, we look at the strange occurrences of disappearances in and above the Great Lakes. This episode is shockingly devoid of statistics and science. I know, it's surprising that In Search Of.. would sink to the lowest common denominator.

Thursday, September 27, 2018


In this episode, what really happened in Tunguska in 1908? Was it a nuclear explosion from aliens announcing their presence in the universe? No. Was is a mini black hole? No. Was it a comet? No. I guess we'll never know what it was.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

ISO 306: Kirkland Cryo Six-Pack

Will we be able to freeze ourselves until a cure for the mysterious diseases that will cut our lives short are found? Probably not, but we meet a guy with a really weird way of picking up women.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

ISO 305: Happy Jack

This week, Oliver is in his glory as we discuss Jack The Ripper. Was he a member of the British Royal family (Jack, that is, not Oliver)? Was he a Freemason? Was he suffering from erectile dysfunction? All we really know is that he got away with murder.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

ISO 304: Gramps With Cramps

On this episode, we go in search of water. Seriously, people who use sticks and rods to find water underground, and sometimes convulse uncontrollably while doing it. We also see some really dubious "experiments" that do nothing to prove anything and learn that 40% is...good?

Thursday, August 30, 2018

ISO 303: Twin Gynos and Supertrees

This week, the gang discusses cloning as we meet a pair of twin gynecologists, a guy who shoots defenseless trees, and a mouse with six parents. This sounds like something you might watch on MTV, but it's not. It's In Search Of...