Podcasts are plentiful these days and one that is a real attention getter warrants mentioning. Continue reading “MU: Perfect podcast for Halloween month”
If you’ve ever been curious about the unsolved mystery of the Amber Room, now there’s a new development that will increase your curiosity. A shipwreck of the non-military vessel Karlsruhe has been discovered off the coast of Poland and there’s a small chance some of the cargo could be pieces of the Amber Room that went missing around 1945 when the Nazis took a remarkable work of art and beauty apart, hiding it from the world presumably forevermore. Continue reading “Does just-discovered shipwreck hold pieces of unsolved Amber Room mystery?”
After a third prominent cast member from the popular TV show ‘Glee’ died, it was inevitable that some on social media raised the idea of a curse. Is that show the latest addition to the cursed ‘club’? Continue reading “After a third death, has TV show ‘Glee’ joined the cursed ‘club’?”
Remember the long running series ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ from the 1980s through the 2000s? The show helmed by narrator Robert Stack is a classic. Episodes had the potential to bring in new tips about old crimes. Now a reborn version of ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ is airing on Netflix, and while the premise remains the same, changes to the original format have been made.
Is the series worth your time? Continue reading “From UFOs to a family massacre, ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ reborn with changes”
Followup to IAS article, “Netflix releases steamy Epstein series” (5/28/2020)
When I saw James Patterson’s book Filthy Rich: A Powerful Billionaire, the Sex Scandal that Undid Him, and All the Justice that Money Can Buy: The Shocking True Story of Jeffrey Epstein was the basis for the Netflix series Filthy Rich, I admit I was puzzled. I still am. I watched the series, and it doesn’t solve the full mystery of Epstein or do anything to clear up my confusion. Continue reading “Netflix series on Jeffrey Epstein doesn’t solve mystery or puzzle”