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February 03, 2013

The War Against Drugs
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Richard welcomes documentary filmmaker Kevin Booth to discuss the topics of his new film, American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny, including the pharmaceutical industry hiding the benefits of cannabis oil, and the over medication of children. Then - are aliens abducting children? Two paranormal researchers investigate.
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The Conspiracy Show: Filmmaker Kevin Booth

Documentary filmmaker Kevin Booth discusses the topics of his new film, American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny. The film explores claims that cannabis oil can be used as a preventative and a cure for diseases, with zero psychoactive side effects (something the Government and pharmaceutical companies donít want you to know about). American Drug War 2 also examines the over-medicating of children, and the court ordered mind altering drugs used on foster children.
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The Conspiracy Show: Aliens that Abduct Children

Richard speaks with two investigators from a paranormal research group in New York City about cases of alien abduction of children. Although abduction and other UFO-related reports are usually made by adults, sometimes young children report similar experiences. These child-reports often feature very specific details in common with reports of abduction made by adults, including the circumstances, narrative, entities and aftermaths of the alleged occurrences. often these young abductees have family members who have reported having abduction experiences. Family involvement in the military, or a residence near a military base is also common amongst child abduction claimants.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Kevin Booth
Kevin Booth is an American film and video producer, director and musician He is best known for his work with the late comedian Bill Hicks, who was the subject of his book Agent of Evolution, published by Harper Collins UK. Hicks and Booth knew each other since their time together at Stratford High School. Booth founded Sacred Cow Productions in 1986, and has since explored such controversial subjects as the Waco Siege and the New World Order. The company's most notable release is American Drug War: The Last White Hope, which explores the failings of America's war on drugs. "How Weed Won the West" was released in 2010.

Sacred Cow Productions

Oliver Von Kemenczky
Oliver von Kemenczky is the founder of New York Strange Phenomena Investigators (NY-SPI), headquartered in Manhattan. NY-SPI is a scientific research group dedicated to the systematic investigation of UFO sightings, UFO abduction reports and related extraordinary occurrences. Oliver has nearly 20 years of experience as a UFO researcher and field investigator. His interest in UFOs began in childhood. His parents, who encouraged him to look at the subject with an open mind, were his inspiration. His mother helped plant the seeds of his curiosity, while his father (an engineer, inventor and amateur astronomer) taught him how to examine the UFO phenomenon from a technical perspective. It soon became a hobby. Over the past 10 years, Oliver has been a key player with New York City's Intruders Foundation (IF), working closely with author, artist and veteran UFO abduction investigator Budd Hopkins. IF is a research and support organization that examines UFO close encounters, especially those where the witnesses report having had strange dream-like experiences, a sense of "missing time" or memories of potential "alien abductions." IF also offers a network of support, providing sympathy, help and understanding to individuals who believe they may have had these experiences. It was through the Intruders Foundation that Oliver developed friendships and solid associations with fellow researchers Ted Davis, Dennis Anderson and Jed Turnbull.

New York Strange Phenomena Investigators

Jed Turnbull
Jed Turnbull is a licensed psychotherapist in full-time private practice. He lives and works in New York City. He has been formally interested in UFO and alien abduction phenomena for over 20 years. For the last 10 years, Jed has volunteered as the clinical adviser to Budd Hopkins' Intruders Foundation, where he continues to lend his professional therapeutic skills. More recently, he has become the go-to guy for the NY-SPI team whenever a case presents itself in need of his expertise. Jed brings a wide range of training to his work. He holds a master's degree in social work, and has three years postgraduate education in psychoanalytic studies. He is a certified hypnotherapist, Level II EMDR (an advanced treatment for trauma) practitioner, and has advanced training in relationship counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy and group dynamics. Currently, his study concentration has been in evolutionary psychology and belief systems. Jed provides hypnotherapy regressions for those seeking deeper answers to what may have happened to them. Over the course of studying UFO phenomena, he has come to realize that there is something very compelling about these experiences, and that many questions remain. "Many individuals are seeking concrete answers to what might be happening to them, and we have to assure them that, even though we have yet to fully understand what is going on ourselves, we are doing everything possible to try and provide some of those answers," he says. "But until that time comes, all we as therapists can do is ask them to try and make peace with the uncertainties ó and to always try and remember, that there are many here who do take them seriously, and I am one of them."

New York Strange Phenomena Investigators