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Friday, December 7, 2012

[VIDEO] Jesse Ventura Explores Theory that the Illuminati Are Bunkering Down in Missouri

Posted By on Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 4:20 PM

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There's a lot going on in that headline, because -- some believe --  there's a lot going on in the Ozarks. Like, a lot.

Namely, that a secret network of global puppet-masters known as the Illuminati are building a vast bunker in the caves underneath a fortified mega-mansion near Ozark, Missouri, to shield themselves once they've triggered World War III and the collapse of civilization.

That's an extraordinary claim. To investigate it, you need an extraordinarily skeptical mind. Naturally, TruTV has chosen Jesse Ventura.

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Jesse Ventura is a Navy veteran, former pro wrestler, former Minnesota governor, and now, conspiracy investigator. He has a show on TruTV called "Conspiracy Theory." It's about conspiracies.

Last week, an episode aired entitled "Ozarks."

We won't give too much away, because it's way more fun to actually watch it. But we will tell you this: One of the members of Ventura's team is Sean Stone, son of Oliver Stone. He claims that he's been contacted by an Illuminati insider.

This contact turns out to be a woman named Lisa, who is a Cherokee Indian. She walks around with a horse. They meet in the woods, in the dark, and have an unironic conversation.

This show is incredible.




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