Dark Matters: Twisted But True TV Schedule
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Wednesday October 29
It's Alive!, Tripping with Uncle Sam, My Hand is Killing Me
On this episode of Dark Matters:: It's Alive!, Tripping with Uncle Sam, My Hand is Killing Me
Radio Waves of Death, How to Make a Zombie, Jekyll vs. Hyde
On this episode of Dark Matters: Radio Waves of Death, How to Make a Zombie, Jekyll vs Hyde
Tuskegee STD, Do You See What I See?, Cold War Cold Case
US government experiments illegally on black men with syphilis for 40 years. N-Rays will transform physics in France, if they actually exist. 9 skiers found dead with strange injuries. Was it a quarrel, a secret Soviet weapon, or a yeti? John Noble hosts.
Creative Evil, Curiosity Killed Dr. Katskee, Bat-Bomb
The Stanford Prison Experiment, one of the most notorious in the history of science. A doctor takes a lethal dose of cocaine as a medical experiment. A dentist tries to bomb Japan with tiny bombs carried by millions of bats. John Noble hosts.
Unabomber, Get the Lead Out, Salvation by Starvation
In an experiment, students are mocked for their beliefs as researchers profile their personalities. One goes on to become the unabomber. Leaded gasoline poisons more peole than anything else. Russian scientists protect their work from Nazis at all costs.
Remote Control Man, Cadavers for Sale, Einstein’s Revenge
Jose Delgado begins to discover how to electronically control the mind. A doctor at Edinburgh University doesn't ask any questions when two men begin supplying him with fresh human cadavers. Scientist Phillip Lenard leads a vendetta against Einstein.
Pavlov’s Children, Raining Aliens, Glow Girls
A Pavlov student repeats this experiment on orphans to prove that they are nothing more than animals. In 2001 red rain falls in India; it seems to be filled with biological cells. A glow in the dark paint used during WWI contains a deadly ingredient.